A unique project derived from Sheffield’s innovative science is providing opportunities for families displaced by the war to use the most unlikely material-discarded mattresses, instead of soil, to grow fresh food in the desert. But time is running out. Without your help, the desert garden project will end. Will you help ensure its future? Donate, […]

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Science courses for young second language learners. This is Chapter 2 Lesson 3. Plants live in many places. This lesson tells students some knowledge about how plants survive in deserts, rainforests and the Arctic. Music from: Group: Shake that Little Foot. source

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One of four short animated films made by students of Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) for Jalan Jati (Teak Road) – exhibition open at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh from 22 March to 7 July 2013. More info about the exhibition: http://www.rbge.org.uk/whats-on/event-details/2769 More info about the project: www.migrantecologies.org Stopmotion films designed and directed by: Goh Wei […]

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Video Rating: / 5 Social distancing can be difficult for young children who are curious, social and routine driven. We are hoping for the best and planning for everything else. Teacher Emily is offering OBS community members a window to learning while at home with prompts for exploration, daily adventures and a sense of continued […]

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Teaching & Lesson Ideas: Video made by Year 9 Class describing some of the abiotic conditions in a desert environment and how these have influenced animal and plant adaptations. Video Rating: / 5

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Desert Garden Montessori Student Run Business Video Rating: / 5

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