Bringing the Indoors OutsideHere are some useful resources for integrating your school's garden into a lesson plan.BooksGreening School Grounds: Creating Habitats for Learning
A step-by-step guide that helps you plan the garden, provides case studies, and suggests ideas for lessons
The Growing Classroom: Garden-Based Science
A collection of information that focuses heavily in nutrition
GrowLab: A Complete Guide to Gardening In the Classroom
National Gardening Association's National Science Foundation-funded program
Project Food, Land, and People
"Promotes approaches to learning to help people better understand the interrelationships among agriculture, the environment and people of the world"
Project Learning Tree
"Helps you learn how to think, not what to think, about the environment"
"A wildlife focused conservation education program"
Created by NGA to offer advice for educators on designing and intergrating your goals with the garden into lessons
Teaching Kids to Love the Earth
A collection of activities that encourages kids to experience, explore, and share the natural world with a sense of curiosity, discovery, and passionWebsitesEdible Schoolyard- A highly developed school garden in Berkeley, CA
Kids Gardening: Helping Young Minds Grow
Life Lab Science Program's award winning curricula
National Gardening Association
Project Food, Land, and People- An immense database for educator resources
Project WILD- Wildlife focused conservation education program
http://www.projectwild.orgResources you can visitPenn State Arboretum
Shaver's Creek Environmental Center
Last Modified on November 13, 2008