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School Gardening - Texas A&M University

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Texas A&M University created this site to help school students plant gardens and learn about how plants grow. There are ideas for what to plant, how to get started, and ...more
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Texas A&M University created this site to help school students plant gardens and learn about how plants grow. There are ideas for what to plant, how to get started, and creative ways to design a garden that will keep students interested in the project.

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In the Classroom

Use information from School Gardening to enhance or begin your school's garden. If your school doesn't have an area for planting a garden, be creative! Plant a small garden in a wagon to roll in and out each day! Create a class website and update your garden's growth through pictures and words each week. Better yet, have student blog about the garden using Edublog, reviewed here.

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