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Scissor Salsa

Scissor Salsa Chunky fresh salsa that your students can prepare themselves? Yes, please! Check out this simple Scissor Salsa activity that guides you through the recipe of fresh garden salsa with simple tools and safety scissors! Why not try a tomato taste test with...

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Resources for Garden-based Learning

Resources for Garden-based Learning In celebration of back to school, we rounded up our favourite online and print teacher resources for integrating garden-based and food learning into your classroom. We love these resources and the organizations who produce them. If...

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Kids Books in the Garden

Our Favourite Kids' Garden Books Check out our favourites on the Little Green Thumbs book shelf! Using children’s literature to connect kids to gardening, agriculture, good food and the natural world is a compelling and rewarding strategy. We’ve compiled some of our...

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Make Your Own Salad Dressing

Make Your Own Salad Dressing Got two minutes before dinner? Why not make your own salad dressing! It’s simple and easy enough for your small children to make.. and it’s an opportunity to be scientists and chefs. If you’ve got a bit more time try these simple...

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Our Favourite Funky Veggies to Grow with Kids

Our Favourite Funky Veggies to Grow with Kids You don’t have to be a green thumb to have fun with your kids in the garden. Gardening with kids is fun, messy and educational! Tending a garden is a great way to get outdoors and out of the house with your kids. At Little...

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Why Wednesday #2

Why Wednesday #2 Last week, we solicited some of your growing questions, issues and wonderings! This week, we’re out to set the record straight. Below are the answers to the questions asked last year, and common gardening questions we are asked regularly! My seedlings...

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Make Your Own Seed Bombs

Make Your Own Seed Bombs You might be thinking, ‘A seed bomb! What in the world is that??’. A seed bomb (also known as seed ball or, adorably, earth dumpling) is a set of seeds, encased in a nutrient dense ball of soil and clay. The seeds are protected from predators...

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Why Wednesday #1

Why Wednesday #1 Last week, we solicited some of your growing questions, issues and wonderings! This week, we’re out to set the record straight. Below are the answers to the questions asked last year, and common gardening questions we are asked regularly! My seedlings...

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