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Welcome to the 6-8 Garden Kits. Because we currently only have one class enrolled, we were unable to provide separate activity videos so what is shown is for G 3-5. With teacher guidance and the material in supporting curriculum, there are plenty of learning opportunities!

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Teacher Instructional Program Orientation

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Week 1 Kit Introduction and Activity Video (Grades 3-5)

In this video, we'll look at the contents of our kit, set up for planting and plant our seeds.

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Week 2 Kit Plant Life Cycle (Grades 3-5)

In this video, we observe the seeds we planted and learn about the plant life cycle.

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Week 3 Kit Plant Parts (Grades 3-5)

In this video, we'll observe our sprouts and learn about the parts of a plant.

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Week 4 Kit Photosynthesis (Grades 3-5)

In this video, we'll observe our seedlings and learn about the important role of the leaves (photosynthesis).

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Week 5 Kit Compost (Grades 3-5)

In this video, we'll observe our plants and learn how to make compost.

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What is Soil? (6-8)

Soil is composed of minerals, water, air and organic matter. Weʻll look at soil composition, soil chemistry(NPK) and overall soil health. Plant health is directly related to soil health, or soil fertility and look at ways of improving.

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Plant Life Cycle (6-8)

Recognize how we can protect agricultural biodiversity by implementing traditional agricultural practices like seed saving, using heirloom varieties, and creating polycultures.

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Plant Parts (6-8)

Understanding the food web is critical to supporting our garden ecosystem. This lesson goes into how we understand the food web and how we manage pests with that knowledge.

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Photosynthesis (6-8)

Photosynthesis is a crucial process to all living things by providing two essential components of life on our planet: oxygen and a usable energy source. 

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Compost (6-8)

Compost is our natural recycling system. Learn about what is in compost, the process for making compost and why it is important for our ecosystem.

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Kumu Mea Kanu: Garden Kits (Grades 6-8)

We very much appreciate your comments and feedback.  We want to make garden-learning as easy for everyone as possible.  Please feel free to make suggestions and share student outcomes.   

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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