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This wonderful website is by educators, for educators and it provides multi-curriculum, hydroponic lessons for grades K-12


http://www.boswyckfarms.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Boswyck-Farms-STEM-Education-through-Hydroponics2.pdf

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Three detailed lessons for middle grade which incorporate Power Point presentations and include a worksheet/questionnaire.


http://tlc.peoriaud.k12.az.us/Enviromental%20and%20Agriculural/Hydroponics/bergerson.htm

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A basic and inexpensive lesson plan for grades 4 and 5 which incorporates science, math, vocabulary and team building.


http://www.agclassroom.org/ny/resources/pdf/activities/hydro.pdf

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You will love this one!  A vast and enjoyable site; in addition to lesson plans for all grade levels, you’ll find classroom projects, ideas for family gardens, grant programs and many links to additional resources.


http://www.kidsgardening.org/node/3760

This site has several system plans to choose from, click a link below to "Get What I Need"

Basic Wick

Milk Carton & Rockwool

Soda Bottle Aeration

Floating Styrofoam Raft

Basic Ebb and Flow

Simple Straw Aeration


 

A very basic system and lesson plan which could be modified to suit K-MG.


http://alex.state.al.us/lesson_view.php?id=7348

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Detailed HS lesson plan which delves into hydroponics, aquaponics, aquaculture and permaculture.  It is a three week classroom project.  Materials are inexpensive and a comprehensive worksheet is provided.


http://nationalpete.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Hydroponics-Aquaculture-and-Aquaponics.pdf


 

This site does not have lesson plans but it has excellent illustrations and descriptions of the different types of systems and growing mediums commonly used.  MG-HS


http://www.slideshare.net/pd81xz/hzs1


 

Detailed four week, class project lesson plan which looks into environmental factors on plants and include system designs which can be varied from an ultra-inexpensive and simplistic wick system to super high tech, as suited to your students and budget. MG-HS


http://quest.nasa.gov/smore/teachers/act3.html

This site has several system plans to choose from, click a link below to "Get What I Need"

"No Tech" Method

Germination Tray Method

Hydroponics in a Tub Method

Low Tech Method

Raft Method

Ebb and Flow System

Ebb and Flow Table

High Tech: Method One


A three week classroom project for grades 9-12.  Materials are inexpensive and students work in groups so it also teaches team building.


http://settlement.arc.nasa.gov/teacher/lessons/contributed/thomas/hydroponics/hydroponics.html

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A PDF download from Cornell University of a ten week curriculum designed for MG but easily adapted for older or younger.


http://www.gardening.cornell.edu/factsheets/growflow/review.html



Download of inexpensive and very basic lesson plan which could be modified to fit K-5.


http://www.saps.org.uk/secondary/teaching-resources/847-hydroponics


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