Monthly Archives: August 2014

“Look at the Watermelon!”

“Actually, that’s a pumpkin.” This was a common source of confusion, in all grades. Gasps of astonishment resonated through Miraloma’s outdoor classroom and garden this week. The towering teepee of scarlet runner beans, the gargantuan sunflowers, and the petite pumpkins … Continue reading

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“It’s like a jungle, just without any leopards.”

The first day of school is steadily approaching and the plants in our outdoor classroom are ready to be tended to and studied! Scarlet runner beans climb the previously barren bamboo trellis, massive sunflowers tower precariously from above, and pumpkin … Continue reading

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