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“Nothing is more the child of art than a garden.” —Sir Walter Scott

 


2016 Fall Schedule
Worksheets and Information Sheets to Send Home

Granny’s Garden School started in the spring of 2002 on the campuses of Loveland Elementary and Primary Schools.  The curriculum maps at Loveland served as the basis to integrate Ohio learning standards with the cycles of the garden.  Please see our spring schedule for more ideas if the timing you teach the learning standards in this schedule does not occur in fall.

Week Fourth Grade Third Grade Second Grade First Grade
Aug 29 Plotting Potato Weight What Flower Color Attracts the Most Garden Organisms How Do Living and Nonliving Things Interact Where Is Energy
Sep 5 off Animals in the Garden Habitat Nature Changes What Can You Find Out from Observing Weeds
Sep 12 Interrelationships of Plants and Animals on the nature trail Animals in the Ground Habitat How Do Earthworms Live How Do Invertebrates Survive in the Garden
Sep 19 off Why is Pollination Important What’s for Lunch Spider Web Hunt
Sep 26 Granny’s Harvest Lunch Granny’s Harvest Lunch Granny’s Harvest Lunch Granny’s Harvest Lunch
Oct 3

Harvest Lunch on Friday

 off Are Plant Parts the Same in Different Weed Types Understanding How Garlic Bulbs Grow Finding Fall on the nature trail
Oct 10 Seeds and the Environment Putting the Garden to Bed Evidence of Change in Nature on the nature trail Who Needs Seeds
Oct 17 off What is a Plant’s Life Cycle Seeds Change the Environment Putting the Garden to Bed
Oct 24 Putting the Garden to Bed Evidence of Survival Traits in a Forest on the nature trail Putting the Garden to Bed What Happens If You Plant a Bulb in Autumn