Add Nature to the Classroom
4 Simple Steps to Create a Seed Sanctuary
There have been lots of questions about how to add nature to the classroom, especially during these winter months. Every year I tell myself, “I’m going to grow seeds this year.” For one reason or another, I never get around to it. This year, I have been inspired by our Becoming A Natural Teacher e-course community and have created my own Seed Sanctuary. What is your Digging In Big Action Goal for February? Leave a comment below with your ideas.
My January Digging In Big Action Goal: Creating a Seed Sanctuary
Step One: Find Space Indoors and create an area to work.
Lesson: Recycle, Reuse and Repurpose. We often have more than we know we have.
Step Three: Add light. If you do not have enough natural light, consider purchasing a light system. (see the details for this system in the Book Store)
Lesson: Everything grows with light and love!
Step Four: Add Plants, grow seeds….stay tuned
Lesson: “All the Flowers of Tomorrow are the Seeds of Today.”
Now I want to here from you? Do you have an indoor seed sanctuary? Share in the comments below. What are you growing this year?