Gardening is for everyone even if you don't have a place for a garden in the ground. Planning a school garden can be a lot of fun. It is a great place to learn-by-doing. Teachers, parents and students should help to plan the garden. Children can find out many things about seeds and bulbs before planting them. Growing plants indoors (in a sunny window in plastic pots or a heavy duty ziploc-quart or gallon freezer bag) can be safer and easier for children than gardening in “plain dirt” on the ground. When children sprout seeds, bulbs indoors, they can also find out about the first stages of plant growth.
- Subjects: Art, Biology, Cross Curricular, Foreign Languages, Informatics / ICT, Mathematics / Geometry, Music, Natural Sciences
- Languages: EN - PL - SK - TR
- Pupil's age: 7 - 10
- Tools to be used: e-mail, Other software (Powerpoint, video, pictures and drawings), Video conference, Web publishing
- Aims: To get to know children from other school and support international friendship and learning to co-operate with them.
To develop... read more
- Work process: 1. Get to know another Polish children from school and children from Slovakia and Turkey - children will get photographs and... read more
- Expected results: We expect that children will gain bigger motivation and positive relationship for education under influence of partnership from abroad. We... read more