Pointers by Seasons

1944 The American history teacher  
The American Biology Teacher [Feb. erence to the mnany garden bulletins and books available in the library and science room. The conmmon garden insects, their life histories and the ml'ethods of controlling them were discussed. Cultivation as a means of controlling weeds, and through them insects, was demionstrated in the small garden laboratory. With the close of school in June home gardens were well under way. They were careed for during the summer. In the fall methods of preserving and
more » ... reserving and storing products for winter use were considered. The garden work culminated in an exhibit of fresh and canned vegetables in the school hall. All specimens in the exhibit were raised by the children. The parents cooperated with the children in the canning process. In the garden work at Fitzgerald School there was developed a splendid feeling of cooperation between the work of the children at school and the work of parents and children in the back-yard garden.
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