Growing edible plants with your class provides exciting opportunities for kids to learn about food origins, eating a healthy diet, and promotes social and emotional learning.
This Academy-nominated short documentary film, Jenny is a Good Thing, documents one of the many significant contributions of the Head Start program: nutrition. National Archives Identifier: 4747085
Enjoy the Spring garden storytime recording with rhythmic language, colorful photographs and all of the singing, movement and fun activities!
Check out this recording and comprehensive list of resources to see how you can best utilize a garden program to combat food insecurity.
Storyteller Noel Nicholas shares a winter garden storytime session where she reads “Logan’s Greenhouse,” by JaNay Brown-Wood.
Learn gardening activities that can be used to promote the health and wellness of young children.
A webinar recording of a “show and tell” style storytime which shares a song, pumpkins, a story, and an amazing classroom resource.
Gardening and garden space are extraordinary teaching tools for Head Start educators. Here are five easy ways to get started.
Opportunity to learn about SNAP eligibility from 2 leaders in the field as they share their early success in implementation.
The recent SNAP rule change is strengthening both Head Start’s outreach to families facing food insecurity and state and local partnerships.
GroMoreGood gardens grantee and Land Grant Director Heidi Ziegenmeyer shares her top tips on how to implement a gardening curriculum.
The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation and NHSA are awarding 10 GroMoreGood grants to programs connecting our nation’s youth to gardening.