Garden Biodiversity Curriculum 3rd-6th grade

Garden Biodiversity Curriculum designed for the Beacon Community Summer Program at East Side Community High School for several weeks during the summer.

Laura created a summer curriculum to empower students to engage with a local community garden space.

Intern(s):

Laura Saint-Victor

Mentor(s):

Li Murphy

Project Period:

Summer 2021

Team:

LES

Lesson 1: Students will learn and understand the properties of common tools/objects found in a garden. Students will be able to learn about edible and non edible plants, as well as being able to distinguish the two.

Lesson 2: Students will learn about the chemistry behind the different functions of plants and their structure, by understanding the natural process that they undergo with the environment.

Lesson 3: Students will dive into the different uses of plants and what other purposes, aside from providing oxygen and food, they serve in biodiversity.

This page was created by BioBus Summer 2021 Jr. Scientist William Rhee.