At Education Outside, we're committed to advancing science in public schools, outdoors. We transform school gardens into lush, living laboratories where learning comes naturally. Our innovative service corps brings nature and science directly into the hands of thousands of elementary students each year.
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What Our Students Are Learning This Winter
This winter, students have been busy learning about plant parts through garden hunts and flower dissections. They're also exploring soils and the living things that call it home, such as worms, fungus, bacteria, and invertebrates! These are a few out of the many other science, gardening, and cooking activites happening in our outdoor classrooms this season.