A fun and simple way to introduce the concept of growing food at home. Plants like cress grow quickly from ...
Give the soil a high five and sow some seeds in the indent for some real green fingers!
What better way to enjoy the produce of your grounds than cooked on a campfire?
Start your own veggie patch by using your old kitchen scraps. Many vegetables can be regrown from themselves or scraps ...
What will you whip up in your mud kitchen? Mud Kitchens support children’s learning in many ways. Find out ...
Presentations and resources from the One World Learning conference sharing the best practice in nature in school grounds.
An easy way to reuse wastepaper and create plant pots that can go straight into the ground when the seeds ...
Identify the parts of a plant using real plant material rather than a worksheet.
How to plan and organise the selling of your school’s produce to local people.
Consider the names of plants, even invent your own and make recycled labels for them. Have you ever wondered where ...
Design your own experiments to see what plants need to grow well.
A fun way to watch the roots develop on potatoes! This activity allows you to see the root growth and ...
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