Living Classroom

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The Living Classroom collaborates with schools and communities to develop site- or district-specific programs that provide engaging, hands-on lessons that stimulate curiosity and create beautiful and educational school gardens.  We offer a full range of start-up and on-going support services, including K-8 lesson plans and kits, garden design and development, docent and staff training, fundraising guidance, and a technology platform for scheduling and communications.

Visit a Living Classroom participating school and you may witness students constructing a worm farm, harvesting and threshing winter wheat, exploring the surface area of leaves, or planting a Native American "Three Sisters" garden.  The Living Classroom utilizes school gardens and outdoor areas as it provides children with hands-on learning experiences.  These lessons complement the existing curriculum and provide the opportunity for students to experience concepts taught in the classroom through exploration of the natural world.

Living Classroom Curriculum

Become a Living Classroom Docent

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