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Gardening and nature study a handbook for teachers and students by A. C. Hilton

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Nature study through gardening adds a whole new element of observation and care. The opportunity to learn about plants that help and hinder each other’s growth, to observe spiders, insects, and birds and how they interact with the plants, and to revel in the delights of freshly plucked produce grown by your own hands is something a child will.   Excerpt from Nature Study and Gardening for Rural Schools After the land has been cleared of objectionable things, such as stumps, stones, etc., it is ready to be spaded or plowed up deeply and thoroughly. Turn every furrow or spadeful of earth upside down, following this process with a thorough chopping over with a hoe or harrowuntil all of Cited by: 1. - Gardens and Nature Study. See more ideas about Nature study, Nature and Nature journal pins. I've worked with nature spirits in gardening ever since I read this book in the '80's. I have purchased it for reversal friends and everyone finds it easy to read, inspiring, and readily integrated in with organic or biodynamic gardening. I recommend it to anyone interested in growing plants in harmony with nature/5(29).

  A list of kids books about spring and gardening to help invite curiosity and learning about nature. These books are some of our family's favorites that include springtime, seeds, flower, and gardening themes. Good for preschoolers and young elementary aged children.   A beautifully illustrated exploration of the quest for order within the garden, and within the natural world Inspired by the pioneering naturalist Gilbert White, who viewed natural history as the common study of cultural and natural communities, Mark Laird unearths forgotten historical data to reveal the complex visual cultures of early modern gardening. These chapter books for nature study are the perfect way to enhance your homeschool. Use them as read-aloud books or assign them as read alone books. Either way, they will enhance any study of nature and provide great character lessons as well.   Nature Study and Gardening for Rural Schools by George Washington Carver is a short bulletin published in through his work at Tuskegee Institute that is free in the public domain.. Carver was a gifted horticulturist and biologist who after accepting Booker T. Washington’s offer worked at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama for nearly twenty years making innovations in agriculture.

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