Dinner from Dirt provides the basic steps to teach children how to garden and what to plant. Then it keeps on developing the idea of what we garden into what we eat, by providing recipes. Dinner from Dirt shows children that if there is something they really like to eat, pizza or stir fry, they can create a special garden to grow ingredients for their favorite food.
In Grow Lab, teachers are shown ways in which to use nature in their everyday lesson plans.
This book offers projects for each season. From creating your own vegetable patch to playing games each activity is easy to follow with its step by step process. This book will definitely get kids excited about going outdoors!
Do you want to start or help create a food education program in your community? If you answered yes, then this book is a perfect choice for you! It provides a road map for developing a food education program and how to make children excited about healthy eating.
Miss Davis’ 2012 1st grade class designs a school garden! They plant flowers and vegetables that grow all summer long with the help of teachers and community members, and are then harvested by students during the fall months.
Growing a garden from seeds takes time, but while you dream of the fruits and vegetables to come, the seeds are working hard to grow big and strong.