Building a Mini-park And Bird Sanctuary Lesson 2: Helping Others With a Garden
Students investigate how gardening can help others through sharing by listening to a read aloud of Shea Darian's, Grandpa's Garden. They examine at least three purposes of gardens and their importance to people.
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