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A blog about helping schools and community projects grow food and get into gardening.
Thursday, 23 July 2020
I've been back in school, working with children of key workers at Heald Place doing a variety of gardening and outdoor learning.
One thing that went well was to dry and press flowers and then to use them to make a card to take home. We picked the flowers and put them between a folded piece of kitchen roll. Then we left them under a heavy book for a week in the classroom.
When we got them out they had dried really well. The flatter, thinner flowers worked best. We then used PVA to glue them to a card and children wrote messages to someone at home.