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African Bag Gardens - Literacy Resource

African Bag Gardens - Literacy Resource

Lessons from Africa

African Bag Gardens are an innovative way of growing food quickly in crampt, arid conditions. This KS2 resource not only shows you how to build African Bag Gardens, but also includes supporting powerpoints and different literacy and instructional activities to enhance your pupils learning across the national curriculum. We have also included a KS1 activity to help your younger pupils learn more about food and African Bag Gardens.

Watch how a Bag Garden is made

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