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  • 1.  Microgreens

    Posted 02-17-2024 07:26:00 PM

    Hello all. I teach a having class to a small group of kids at a homeschool co-op. This week we planted microgreens! I was brainstorming for weeks on how to keep 5-9 year olds interested before we should actually plant what we chose. I'm in zone 6. Finally I saw a post about microgreens, hour easy and quick they grow. That's not too mention the nutritional value! 

    I suggest this activity, it was truly such a blessing. The kids loved, loved, loved it! 

    Tracy Wheeler

  • 2.  RE: Microgreens

    Posted 02-17-2024 09:05:00 PM
    I love this idea!


    Tami Kuhfal

    Special Education

    DI Language Arts, DI Math, WOW,

    Ankeny Community School District

    1155 SW Cherry St | Ankeny, IA 50023 | PH: 515-965-9630 xEXT 1210

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