Food

What is “environmental justice”?
How can our school be green?
How can we classify what we find in our schoolyard as living, once-living, or non-living?
100 minutes
0

Kindergarten / 1
Science

Students will discover the basic needs of plants; design a square foot garden by using a data chart and partitioning squares to create a planting template; and plant a fall garden from seeds. This activity can be done at any time of year using corresponding seeds for each season. Refer to the planting calendar to see what grows when!).

Optional: Plant seeds with different edible parts (root, stem, leaves, flowers and fruit or seed) to harvest for the Plant Parts Salad lesson.

Why is it important to eat a healthy, balanced diet?
Why is it important to eat a healthy, balanced diet?
4 minutes
0

2
Civics and Government

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What is sustainability?
30 minutes
0

9 / 10 / 11 / 12
Science

Students learn about common seafood species that are threatened by overfishing and reflect on lifestyle choices they could change. Students are provided the tools to become educated consumers.

45 minutes
0

9 / 10 / 11 / 12
Science

Students will extend and broaden their understanding of the conflicts around open access fishing, using a Socratic Seminar as a forum to discuss real issues faced by the fishing communities of Peru.