Welcome to the Children in Permaculture Activities section
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Holistic Planning

Theme:
A. Introducing permaculture
B. Living nature
C. Design
D. Growing food
E. Built environment and resource use
F. Social permaculture
Holistic planning (HP):
Eyes
Hands
Heart
Head
Age:
3-6
7-12

Theme  Topic  Sub Topic Age HP Details
Design Designing and deciding When experiencing a challenge, learn to appreciate it by remembering the attitudinal principle 'the problem is the solution' (e.g. find multiple perspectives, reverse the problem).
Design Designing and deciding Present their own design to friends, families, teachers, community etc in a form of their choice (e.g. drawing, singing, drama, art, video etc).
Design Designing and deciding Find out about the need for considering microclimate (sector planning) and zones when creating a permaculture design.
Design Designing and deciding Find out that permaculture design is all about making choices based on the ethics of Earth Care, People Care and Fair Share; and that the permaculture principles can be used to help make these decisions.
Design Designing and deciding Learn that the permaculture principles can be used to help make decisions to benefit all.
Design Implementation: making it happen See an implementation plan and experience how following it can help get things done (e.g. implementing an anti-bullying policy prepared by children).
Design Implementation: making it happen Be involved in the implementation of their design (e.g. collecting materials, creating a garden, hosting a party, organising an event).
Design Implementation: making it happen Meet regularly to celebrate tasks completed.
Design Implementation: making it happen Create a colourful implementation plan together with interesting and fun names which shows all the information needed to get things done: tasks, timeline, roles, work flows (whether 1 thing needs done before another) and ask who would be passionate about doing them.
Design Implementation: making it happen Learn that to make bigger projects you may need more planning

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