School Programs: Pre-K - K

Farm and Folk Tales: Learn about fruits, vegetables and animals in the garden through stories and exploration.

Discovery Garden: Introduce students to agriculture and sustainable gardening. What’s the difference between a fruit and a vegetable?  What parts of plants do we eat?  See bees, chickens, an orchard, vegetables and fruits, a historic tobacco barn and more.

Math in the Gardens: Measure, multiply or map your way through the garden. Learn about the different kinds of math that garden staff members use every day and solve your own garden math problem. Program content will be adjusted to match appropriate grade level standards.

A Garden Walk: For larger groups with limited time. A guided walk to introduce students to the four major areas of the garden.  This program is planned for 1 hour or less. Fee of $2 per student.

Sense-ational Stroll: Engage all of your senses as you touch, smell, hear, taste and see your way through the garden on this guided walk.

Birds and Butterflies
: Look up to discover the amazing world of winged wildlife in the garden. Through song and movement, learn  how birds and butterflies are born.

Dirt and Worms: Take a close look at life underground and learn how wiggling worms help the garden grow. What is a worm’s life cycle? How do they move? What do they eat? You'll learn this and more.

Knock, Knock.  Who’s There? Tiptoe through the garden to find signs of animals at home. Learn who lives in the ground and who lives in a tree.