For more farm to school lessons and curricula, including things that can be taught in the garden, see our page about Farm to School in the Classroom here.
- Tips and Techniques for Teaching Outdoors: These tips will help you have smooth lessons in your garden.
- Seed to Plate: Sample Farm to School Lesson Plans: This curriculum for elementary school students includes garden lessons on garden design, seed spacing, garden vocabulary, and much more.
- Growing Curriculum for High School Students: This resources teaches the fundamentals of organic farming and gardening and works especially well in agriculture education classes.
- UGA School Garden Curriculum: These lessons use gardens to teach a wide range of topics for grades K-8.
- Gardens Based Curricula: This section from a larger document on educational garden programs has ideas for garden themes, suggested readings, and sample lesson plans.
- The Edible Schoolyard: This searchable database of lessons lets you search by grade for garden-specific curriculum.
- School Garden Wizards: This list of seasonal activities are great starts for garden lessons.
- Dig Art! Cultivating Creativity in the Garden: This project guide for educators integrates gardening with the arts.
- A Handful of Seeds: Seed-Saving and Seed Study for Educators: This publication is an introduction to seed-saving for kindergarten through 6th grade. It includes ways a seed-saving project can teach and support standards across grades and subject areas.