Welcome to the Children in Permaculture Activities section
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Holistic Planning

A. Introducing permaculture
B. Living nature
C. Design
D. Growing food
E. Built environment and resource use
F. Social permaculture
Holistic planning (HP):

Theme  Topic  Sub Topic Age HP Details
Buildings Shelter Find out traditional ways peoples in different places showed gratitude for warmth and shelter; what kinds of blessings did they have? Create a blessing ceremony for a fairy home or a real home based on things that you learn about those traditions.
Buildings Shelter Use ropes and strings to tie knots to build something (such as a shelter).
Buildings Shelter Experience sleeping in a shelter made by themselves from local natural materials and compare it with living indoors.
Buildings Natural building materials Learn about local building materials which are used in local constructions, and research the benefits of the different materials.
Buildings Natural building materials Find out about different methods to warm and cool buildings, and compare them - What resources do they use? How much do they cost? What are the environmental effects of using them?
Buildings Natural building materials Learn vocabulary for natural building materials, such as moss, straw, clay.
Buildings Natural building materials Learn basic tool safety rules, e.g. when carrying a tool always walk (not run), hold it in a safe way, the names of the different parts of the tool (e.g. handle, blade).
Buildings Natural building materials Use tools such as spades, hammers, saws, as appropriate to their age.
Buildings Natural building materials Build with natural building materials - wood, moss, straw, clay.
Buildings Natural building materials Feel different textures and warmth of natural building materials with bare feet or hands (e.g. straw bale).

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