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 Implementation: making it happen Learn that many hands make light work.
Design Maintenance: looking after your creation Observe other people looking after a system (e.g. gardens etc), to see 'What is working well', 'what is taking a lot of work'. Where appropriate, consider questions such as 'Where are the tools placed, are they in the right place?' 'Does it taste good?' 'Do the people look happy?'
Design Maintenance: looking after your creation Document a project's process in order to enable other people to continue your work.
Design Maintenance: looking after your creation Use imagination to come up with interesting names for the jobs that have to be done and create costumes for them e.g. knight is responsible for the tools in the shed.
Design Maintenance: looking after your creation Be involved in maintaining a system you designed (e.g. sell harvests to parents in a garden project, visit the local library in a reading project).
Design Maintenance: looking after your creation Create own rituals about working together.
Design Maintenance: looking after your creation Show gratitude to people who have helped with the project by inviting them to the site and offering a gift of the children's choosing (e.g. herbal tea from the garden).
Design Maintenance: looking after your creation List the tasks that will need to be done in the long term and create a chart for getting them done (e.g. watering garden, who'll do it in term-time and holidays?).
Design Making choices See, taste, smell different options (e.g. different plants for a garden), then choose which ones they want.
Design Making choices Decide where things go through play (e.g. toy chickens, bees, shed etc.).

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