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Gardening Book of the Month

How to Grow a School Garden

A Complete Guide for Parents and Teachers

By Arden Bucklin-Sporer and Rachel Kathleen Pringle

A school garden is a valuable educational resource that can enrich the lives of children. Bucklin-Sporer and Pringle, gardeners and educators, offer their experience to anyone wanting to create and use a garden with school-age children from grades K to 8. The manual is a step-by-step guide, from getting a garden off the ground to watering it with kindergartners! You will find a multitude of information: lesson plans, tips, recipes, and ideas. Everything you need is in this comprehensive and inspiring guide.

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2 comments on “Gardening Book of the Month

  1. Timothy White

    Wonderful Post! I really appreciate the author for sharing this educational resource for gardening. Actually, gardening was my hobby since childhood but I hadn’t proper knowledge to make an ideal garden. Currently, I am a college student of English Literature. Recently I found an academic essay writing inspiration here – where they share essay ideas about the lottery which is a most popular short story book by Shirley Jackson. I love reading books and such types of educational blogs for learning. Thank you very much!

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