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A blog about helping schools and community projects grow food and get into gardening.
Wednesday, 25 March 2015
Multilingual carrots in Clayton
A Polish girl, a Chinese girl and a Saudi boy walk into a garden with a packet of carrot seeds. Sounds like a Bernard Manning joke but this is a group I'm working with at Ravensbury. We planted the carrots and then started talking about how to say "carrot" in their home language. So we decided it would be nice to write some labels in different languages so we could see the different types of writing they use and they can show off their writing skills.