HARVESTED from That Bloomin’ Garden. Visit her wonderful blog for all of the actual how-to instructions! My Garden Ambassador loved painting this gameboard on a tree stump during lunch time. We are looking around for playing pieces—until then, pebbles vs. leaves!
Outdoors checkers or chess, anyone?
HOMEGROWN, at our school in the Friendship Garden cared for by the special education students. I am in love with the idea of repurposing school infrastrucutre in the garden. I have a picture of an old-fashioned jungle-gym-climbing-tower being used as a trellis here, and a photo of a filmstrip cart from the 70’s now serving as a taste test cart here.
This year we received brand new salad bars from the Let’s Move Campaign. One day on my way to the garden I spied the old salad bar, awaiting its doom by the maintenance shed. So I asked the custodian to move it to the Friendship Garden, and the teachers/kids planted it out. (Note: sneezeguard removed.)
One of the teachers told me that the kids love it, especially because they can get up really close to the plants to observe, water and harvest. (That strawberry looks ready!)