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Growley and the Twitching Tail: About Me
Assortment of Plants

Second Chance Plants


Where do plants grow?

If you could build a garden how would you build it?

Do you have to use a flower pot to plant?

We will discuss how to use and repurpose everyday household items that are no longer used for their original purpose. Do you have items that could be up-cycled?Children will work together to design an up-cycled garden and can keep the plan to display. The children will see some examples of this in the workshop. Centre will be encouraged to create their own up-cycled garden with family involvement. What recycled materials for gardens do you think you can find and use?

In this Sustainable STEM activity, children will make and take home some seed bombs that can be used for urban gardening around your local area!

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boy planting with educator

Workshop Inclusions

  • 1 x STEM Presenter (approximately 1-1.5 hour workshop).

  • 1 x Second Chance Plants presentation/workshop.

  • 1 x risk assessment.

  • Resources for up to 30 children (contact us about additional pricing for larger groups).

  • 1 x PDF Educator Resource (includes Snapshot of workshop, Analysis of Learning, Follow on activity ideas and links to EYLF or MTOP and the NQF).

  • SDS documentation

Workshop Requirements

  • This workshop can be modified for each age group, please specify on booking form.

  • Access to an electrical power outlet.

  • Tables and chairs for children to design gardens and make seed bombs this workshop can get a little bit messy.

  • Access to water

We also tailor packages and workshops to your needs. Contact us today to discuss your STEM workshop needs!

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