Monthly Archives: November 2014

“This is heavenly.”

We had an abbreviated week in the garden due to the Thanksgiving holiday. The second graders channeled their inner chef and worked together to cook delicious garden treats. One class harvested rhubarb from the garden to chop into tiny pieces. … Continue reading

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“I have a worm egg on my thumb!”

One kindergarten class continued their worm examinations and learned that worms breathe through their skin! The students also created worm seed art using their impressive fine motor skills. The other kindergarten class finally made potatoes! They harvested kale and rosemary and stirred … Continue reading

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“Those apples are long gone.”

The fourth graders were breaking it down in the garden this week. One class revisited their experiments from last week. The scientists that buried their objects found some signs of decomposition, while the scientists that hung their objects on the fence … Continue reading

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“Finding bugs in the garden is tricky!”

The kindergarteners continued their study of living things in the garden with a bug hunt. The students found millipedes, isopods, beetles, a centipede, and other small creatures. After searching in the garden, they shared their findings with their fellow scientists. … Continue reading

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