Nutrition to Grow On

"For grades 4-6. An innovative curriculum for grades four through six that offers teachers a direct link between the garden and nutrition education. Nine lessons are designed to teach children and their families about nutrition by relating each lesson to a garden activity. The curriculum uses the garden to integrate disciplines, including science, mathematics, language arts, history, environmental studies, nutrition and health, while reinforcing some of the California academic content standards. 191 pages, download by lesson or whole document."

Seed to Salad Lessons from Cornell Garden Based Learning

"For grades K-12. Garden based learning with lessons on garden creation, as well as garden based art projects for elementary aged children. Includes links to research done on garden based education and teacher resources for setting up and starting garden based education."

WE Garden Garden-Based Learning Lessons

"For grades 1-6. A web-based resource with the mission to increase awareness and understanding of agriculture among California's educators and students. Includes Lesson plans for grades K-12, as well as teacher resources, newsletters, student-teacher programs in California, and many other california based agrucultural education resources. Lesson plans available to download in full as PDF."

For Your School Garden - The Hidden Villa Classroom

For grades K-5. This curriculum was designed for use in a garden program to teach students about science, based on the California State Content Standards. Divided by grade level (K-5), each grade level has at least four garden-based lessons as well as hands-on investigation or experimentation. The investigations are the last lessons in each grade level and meet the Investigation and Experimentation standards.

Eat. Think. Grow. Lessons for School Gardens

K - 5. Over 70 lessons categorized by season (fall, winter, spring). Aligned to Oregon State content standards.

Education Lesson Pathway

K - 5 An outdoor education curriculum framework that allows educators to plan a comprehensive and sequenced outdoor education program by selecting lessons that are nested into a larger, coherent structure. It is arranged by themes – Basics, Soil, Plants, Creatures, Ecology, Materials, and Food. The lessons have been created by Education Outside Staff and are linked to from other websites.

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