Garden Cookies! — Green Club Montreal

Have you made “garden cookies” for your garden yet? Check out this great post from the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Green Club! Did you know your garden might have a sweet tooth? We made “garden cookies,” (actually seed bombs) for our schoolyard garden! Using soil, clay, water and seeds, we used our hands to make the…

Making Paper You Can Plant! — Green Club Montreal

Here’s a post from the Green Club Montreal blog by Gerald McShane Green Club! One week in November 2017 during Green Club, we made our very own paper using newspaper and recycled paper! Then we went a step beyond and decorated our paper using petals from flowers in our schoolyard garden, as well as seeds…

Hampstead: Seedling Sale

To help re-establish their schoolyard garden next year, B.A.S.E. Daycare Green Club students at Hampstead Elementary held a seedling sale at the end of May to raise the funds. Watch the video below to see how it went and what’s so great about having a growing station in your school!  

St. Monica: Green Club Seedlings

The B.A.S.E. Daycare garden at St. Monica Elementary has played an active role in the school and community for the last 5 years. Green Club students over the years have had the wonderful opportunity to spend many hours outdoors in their garden after school, tending to the seedlings they grew indoors during the winter and harvesting their…

Dalkeith: Seed Bars and Superheroes

Van Ferrier, B.A.S.E. Green Animator On the last day of the fall session, members of the Dalkeith Daycare “Green Club” made a batch of delicious seed bars with Mr. Van. The students had fun taking turns measuring the ingredients (four different kinds of seeds!) along with plenty of dates, salt and spice. Students learned that…

Edward Murphy: Seed-Collecting/Saving Workshop

Van Ferrier, Green Animator Members of the Edward Murphy Green Club took part in a seed-collecting workshop on Wednesday, November 2, 2016. Students from Grades 3, 4, and 5 learned about the importance of maintaining the genetic diversity of food crops by solving a fun mystery about what scientists are saving by the millions in…