How Does Your Garden Grow?
Imagine a group of third-grade students digging in the ground, measuring plants, drawing sprouts, and writing in their journals about the growth of fresh vegetables. School gardens offer much more than just an education about nature. These students experience a hands-on curriculum that teaches aspects of math, science, art, geography, language arts, and nutrition—even technology.
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