Kid's Virtual Garden Camp, ages 3-5years

September 4, 2020 @ 11:18AM — October 2, 2020 @ 11:18AM

Kid's Virtual Garden Camp, ages 3-5 years, A virtual mini-camp helping to introduce our youngest learners to their very special relationship with nature, plants and insects

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Learn Special Relationships with Nature, Plants and Insects

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KID’S VIRTUAL GARDEN CAMP
Tue.10/6, Wed.10/7 and Thur. 10/8; 10:00am - 11:00am
$45 - Zoom live class by invitation


Instructor: Sherry Cruse is an Urban Harvest Garden Educator and Texas Master Gardener. She has been teaching adults and children about plants and gardening for nearly 20 years.





LET’S EXPLORE OUR GARDEN

A virtual mini-camp helping to introduce our youngest learners to their very special relationship with nature, plants and insects. Garden educator Sherry Cruse, will present a children’s lesson with activities from 10:00-10:30am each day. Then from 10:30-11:00am she will provide support and consulting with the parents for a successful start to growing a container garden at home!

Featuring:
• Short, engaging lessons
• Creative, entertaining and informative short videos
• Virtual story times
• Each family provided with downloadable Follow-up activity sheets for deeper engagement

Materials List:

1. Purchase for pick up a complete 'Grow Kit" at our Urban Harvest farmers market on Sat. 10/3 for $20.

  • 10 gallon fabric Grow bag
  • 1 40lb organic garden soil
  • two veggie transplants
  • seeds
  • magnifying glass
  • Pre-K/K size garden gloves
  • Children's Garden trowel and cultivated

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2. Gather these supplies for a “grow at home” kit:

  • 10-gallon growbag or suitable container
  • 2 veggie transplants
  • Cool weather garden seeds
  • Hand-heldmagnifying glass
  • Garden Soil for Vegetables*, one 40 lb. bag (organic, if possible)

*Make sure it is labeled garden soil for vegetables and not 'potting soil.' Potting soil is great for seed starting but since it is sterile it will not provide nutrients needed for your vegetable plants to thrive.

There are no substitutions, refunds or recordings if you are not able to attend a class that you have registered.