School Programs: 1st grade
Habitat Hunters (meets standards 1.L.1, 1.L.2): What do plants and animals need to survive? Go on a search for animal homes in the gardens and learn how diverse living things get what they need.
Discovery Garden: Introduce students to agriculture and sustainable gardening. What parts of plants do we eat? What’s the difference between a fruit and vegetable? See bee hives, chickens, an orchard, vegetables and fruits, a historic tobacco barn and more.
Math in the Gardens: Measure, multiply and map your way through the garden. Learn about the different kinds of math our garden staff use to create and maintain our beautiful garden, and solve your own garden math problems. Program content is adjusted to match appropriate grade-level standards.
Garden Walk: Observe seasonal highlights on a guided walk that introduces students to the biodiversity of Duke Gardens. Fee is $2 per student.