If you are looking for a happy and healthy outdoor activity that allows the whole class to participate, consider a school garden. From selecting your vegetables, preparing the earth and planting, and finally harvesting, gardening can be a wonderful way to involve your students in a healthy activity you can all enjoy.
Here you will find a great introduction to gardening for young people, including helpful hints for building compost. The plants chosen here are some of the most popular and easy to grow, including beets, carrots, tomatoes, beans, parsley, cabbage, potatoes, pumpkins, chili peppers and lettuce.
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