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2014 Fall Schedule


 

 

The fall class schedule connects the needs of the gardens to the timing of classroom lessons in the first semester.  For a complete listing of lessons, please visit the lesson guides section of the website.

 

Week

Grade 4

Grade 3

Grade 2

Grade 1

Aug 25 Plotting Potato Weight

Animals in the Garden Habitat

Granny’s Flower Pressing Adventure

Granny’s Flower Pressing Adventure

Sep 1

Labor Day, 9-1

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Animals in the Ground Habitat

What's in Soil?

Where is Energy?

Sep 8

 

Granny’s Flower Pressing Adventure

Granny’s Flower Pressing Adventure

About Worms

Counting and Comparing Weeds

Sep 15

 

Harvest Lunch

Weed

Harvest Lunch

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Harvest Lunch

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Harvest Lunch

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Sep 22

Harvest Lunch 9-26

 

Harvest Celebration 9-28

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What Flower Colors Attract the Most Organisms

Living Things Cause Changes

What Do Garden Animals Need from Their Environment?

Sep 29

 

Nature Trail

Creating a Geographical Map

Why is Pollination Important?

 

How Do Living and Non-Living Things Interact?

Spider Web Hunt

Oct 6

 

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Are Plant Parts the Same in Different Weed Types?

Understanding How Bulbs Grow - Garlic

Nature Trail

Examining Seasonal Changes on a Shape Walk

Oct 13

Columbus Day, 10-13 

Seeds and the Environment

Putting the Garden to Bed

 

Nature Trail

Evidence of Change in Nature

Who Needs Seeds?

Oct 20

 

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What is a Plant's Life Cycle?

Seeds Change the Environment

Putting the Garden to Bed

Oct 29

Fall Parties, 10-31

Putting the Garden to Bed

Nature Trail

Evidence of Survival Traits in a Forest

Putting the Garden to Bed

What Happens If You Plant a Bulb in Autumn?

 
 
 

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