This special week was launched seven years ago by the RHS and is a celebration where everyone can come together to celebrate their love of gardening.
On their website, you’ll even find some brilliant gardening activity ideas you could try with your students, from building a bee hotel, to making a log shelter for tiny creatures.
Garden Adventure: #25835 – Practise blending and segmenting to read and spell words containing consonant digraphs from phase 3. Requires audio.
Apostrophe Pond: #26049 – Read the words and match them to their contracted form. Then choose the contractions that can be used to shorten the sentences.
Apples and Pears: #25701 – Choose appropriate suffixes and root words, where no changes to the root words are needed. Suffixes covered: -ment, -ful, -less, -ness, –ly.
Granny’s Garden: #894 – Decide what plants require to be able to grow properly.
Granny’s Garden: #13256 – Decide what plants require to be able to grow properly.
Granny’s Garden: #13242 – To consider how plants grow and change during the various stages in the life cycle.
Pick a Tomato: #1447 – Identify plant parts: roots, stem, leaves, flowers and fruit.
Growing, Growing, Gone: #20171 – Students observe and describe the life cycle of a bulb, looking at different stages of its growth.
Granny’s Garden: #922 – Decide what plants require to be able to grow properly.
Seed Feed: #916 – Consider conditions that might affect germination.
Green Fingers: #574 – Name the parts of the flower and understand the different function of each part.