In this book children are encouraged to be both inquisitive, creative, and hands on. Gardening for Kids teaches children about the scientific aspect of gardening, but also makes it fun. There are many craft ideas, stories, and gardening ideas to keep children engaged.
This seasonal curriculum was developed on behalf of The Food Project in Lincoln and Roxbury, MA as a way to connect a diverse array of youth with urban and suburban farming and food. The learning themes are geared at seeing the fun in farming, making food and farming relevant to teenagers, linking learning to work,
Published by Teachers College Columbia University, this curriculum features an inquiry-based science and nutrition program where students learn science through studying the food system. The curriculum is divided into six units: Becoming Food Scientists, Interacting Parts, Food Processing, Environmental Effects, Waste, and Making Choices.
This book provides a list of farms in the Appalachia community that allows schools to visit, and a list of what lessons to teach there.