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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
Design Creative expression See examples of other people's creative expression through song, dance, painting, nature art, model-making etc. by hosting events or visiting places (such as museums, outdoor exhibitions etc.).
Growing food Food forests Observe the different layers in the food forest and compare with the layers in a forest (roots, ground cover, herbs, bushes, small tree, big tree, climbers, lichens).
Growing food Food forests Make non-food products from a food forest (e.g. dye clothes, weave baskets, beeswax candles).
Growing food Food forests Play a game (e.g. with cards) matching the needs with the outputs for different elements in a food forest.
Growing food Food forests Share the abundance of the food forest in a picnic with hand-made dolls (made from products of a food forest).
Growing food Food forests Say the names of different plants in the food forest.
Growing food Food forests Maintain a food forest through removing tree guards, pruning, chopping and dropping 'weeds'.
Growing food Food forests Value diversity in the food forest through story or song.
Growing food Food forests Listen to the storybook, and admire the pictures, about a child receiving inspiration and support to create a food forest 'Mirabelle's Forest Garden' by Ina Curic and Kelemen Kinga.
Growing food Food forests Be involved in designing and planting a food forest.

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