Pollinator + Indigenous Plant School Gardens

These school gardens provide students and teachers opportunities to connect with, experience, and care for nature daily, as well as build core life and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) skills, such as cooperation, critical thinking, empathy, responsibility, and environmental stewardship. Additionally, these bountiful gardens serve as living classrooms and investments in environmental conservation by creating vital ecosystems for native pollinators and wildlife living in and migrating through the urban landscapes. Gardens are established within the Escondido Union School District.

  • Classroom volunteers/presenters, Curriculum & instructional materials, Direct teaching, Materials & supplies
  • Kindergarden, 2nd Grade Students / Youth, 3rd Grade Students / Youth, 4th Grade Students / Youth, 5th Grade Students / Youth, Teachers/Administrators
    During school day
  • Conservation (Wildlife/Habitat)
  • Outdoor Learning
  • STEM
Academic AlignmentAcademic Alignment
    Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
  • Common Core English Language Arts
  • Common Core Math
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