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Enjoying the beauty of small, medium, and large flowers can be┬ávery “graph-tifying. (get it? “graph” and “gratifying?”) From our “Math and Nature Connections” professional development event at the New York Botanical Gardens in the Bronx.

A lovely photograph of Dale Chihuly’s glass sculpture from the professional development day at New York Botanical Gardens in the Bronx.

On June 10, two of our PLG schools, 811X and 94M, participated in the Leave it Better Film Festival at the New York Botanical Garden. Their films were shown on the big screen, and they participated in outdoor activity stations including making chlorophyll prints with spinach leaves and learning about seed dispersal with Greg.

On May 6 and 13, Plant-Learn-Grow teachers had a special workshop at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. They visited the Edible Garden, sifted compost, and made indoor worm bins. They also had a great time!