CoursesOutdoor ClassroomsDesigning an Outdoor Classroom Welcome 3 A Welcome Message For You Lecture1.1 Online Classroom 01 min Lecture1.2 Welcome Center 30 min Lecture1.3 How this Course Works 30 min Module 1 5 Getting Started Lecture2.1 1-0 Welcome to Module One 01 min Lecture2.2 1-1: Purpose 01 min Lecture2.3 1-2: Foundation 01 min Lecture2.4 1-3: Clarity 01 min Lecture2.5 Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study 01 min Module 2 5 Design Options Lecture3.1 2-0: Welcome to Module 2 01 min Lecture3.2 2-1: Basic Garden Elements 01 min Lecture3.3 2-2: Theme Gardens 01 min Lecture3.4 Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study Tour 01 min Lecture3.5 2-3: Challenges & Possibilities 01 min Module 3 6 Sustainability Lecture4.1 3-0: Welcome to Module Three 01 min Lecture4.2 3-1: Behind the Scenes 01 min Lecture4.3 Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study Interview 01 min Lecture4.4 3-2: Master Plan 01 min Lecture4.5 Seeds of Inspiration Case Study Tour 01 min Lecture4.6 3-3: Certify Your Wildlife Habitat 01 min This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Prev Seeds of Inspiration: Case Study Interview Next Seeds of Inspiration Case Study Tour 6 Comments chantal.cool May 14, 2018 Log in to Reply After watching this video, I decided it was time for me to get started. The weather is finally nice here and I started working on my 3 goals. Here’s what I’ve done so far : 1-Tea garden : I gathered my bricks and made a raised bed with them. I put my soil in it and bought mint. I also want to plan chamomile and echenacea in it. I am going to start with those 3 herbs and see where it brings me 🙂 2-Fence garden : I have a fence between my pool and a little wooden area and I was trying to think of a way to have more privacy (it’s a metal fence, not pretty) so I decided to buy grape vines, rasberries and strawberries and last weekend, I planted some all around my fence. 3-Sitting area in the shade : I got rid of the extra soil I had and made everything even. I planted an hydrangea and some grass seeds. When everything will be grown, I will put a bench. Thinking of making one myself with 2 logs and some wood. Another small project I’d like to do also is to label everything ! I don’t what to forget what I planted where so I’m going to ask my daughter for her help in labeling what we’ve planted so far. I am very interested in knowing what kind of material you put in those “grab and go backpacks” ! I have an idea of a few things but it would be great to have a general list 🙂 Victoria Hackett May 14, 2018 Log in to Reply This all sounds fabulous! Love that you have 3 clear goals with specific tasks. This will make it much easier to avoid overwhelm. I play al ot with “Curriculum-on-the-Go” Kits in the Let’s Grow Literacy Outdoors e-course. wecrazy6 May 12, 2018 Log in to Reply Great idea to have art show in garden. Also like the idea of having themes for volunteers to come help plant in garden. Michelle More, East Bridgewater, Ma Victoria Hackett May 12, 2018 Log in to Reply This is a great time of year for an art show in the garden! I can’t imagine a better way to end the year. sharoncoop April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply Gratitude is so important! We want to start our school by asking the community to bring something from our Wishlist to add to our new school adding their names to our Gratitude Wall as they do. The playful celebrations sound wonderful- farm to table, family hikes, art in the garden in the outdoor classroom, etc. It’s all so exciting! Victoria Hackett April 16, 2018 Log in to Reply What a wonderful ideas!! Beautiful!You will find that with this type of energy your Outdoor Classroom will take on a life of its own. We had kids offering bird feeders, bird baths, and shovels and I was amazed at how the entire community felt like they were part of the garden. Magic! Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.