My Garden: An Outdoor Learning Lab in Progress
An Outdoor Learning Lab in Progress
My vision is to create an Outdoor Learning Lab in my garden. It is crystal clear. My time this week in my garden has been exciting. When I garden, I feel light an artist painting. This past week I have been taking one section of my garden at a time and transforming it into something new. I have a lot more to add and take away. This Spring, I am experimenting with lot’s of new ideas. Here is a sneak peak of my work in progress.
GARDENS ROOTED IN CURRICULUM: My New Lupine Garden
MY LITTLE FREE LIBRARY with some new plants
GARDENS THAT FEED: Growing plants from seed! YEA!
My NEW TEE PEE GARDEN: Love the bamboo gutters I found!
My NEW POTTED PLANTS GARDEN: A spot under a tree where I could not dig.
Are you working on an Outdoor Classroom? What new Outdoor Learning spaces are you working on? Share your ideas below.
Your gardens are beautifuL, full of color and hope.
Our children are hopeful for our garden as well.
We came back to school after the weekend to find a mound of seedlings in our sandbox. At first we thought they were watermelons from spit out seeds, but thinking back to the fall, we had a dozen pumpkins in our outdoor classroom. The children toted them all over, in wagons and in their arms. Could the seeds have germinated in our sandbox? We transplanted them into our garden. We will have to wait and see what comes up.