Schools add gardens to enhance their curricula

10/24/2013 | Babble

Tens of thousands of schools across the country have added gardens to their campuses and incorporated them into math, science, art and history lessons, this blog states. "Kids can count beans and measure plant growth with math teachers, explore a living ecosystem in science class, draw vining snap peas with art instructors, and learn about the history of civilization as they harvest corn," Jeanne Nolan and Amanda Little write.

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