Free gardening unit study

This week I am offering all my readers a free e-book: Developing Christian Character Through Gardening.   All you need to do is click on the link to download!  I have offered this e-book before, but just recently edited it, clarifying a section and checking the links to make sure they all still lead where they are supposed to lead.  Just click to open, and feel free to share the link to this free resource with your friends!  I only ask that you link to this entry rather than directly to the download so I can get “paid” through the small amount of traffic that might generate!  Thanks!


Developing Christian Character Through(1)-min

When Jesus taught, he often used object lessons drawn from the everyday experiences of His audience: drawing water from a well, making bread, a wedding celebration, the harvest, etc. These experiences were an integral part of the culture of Jesus’ day, giving His listeners practical examples of the spiritual principles He was teaching. Today, however, even such simple tasks as making bread or sowing seeds can be as foreign to children as the spiritual lessons they were intended to illustrate.

This unit focuses on how Christian character is developed through studying the parable of the sower. Children are given an opportunity to help plant a garden and tend it through the harvest, while the parent takes time to draw spiritual applications from the work being done, “here a little, there a little.” (Isaiah 28:10) Although the foundation of this lesson rests on the parable of the sower found in Mark chapter 4, take some time before each session in the garden to reflect on what you will be doing and an appropriate verse to guide your children toward a more spiritual discussion.

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0 thoughts on “Free gardening unit study

  1. I wrote a post with gardening links the same day you wrote this one. 🙂 I’m going to add this to my post; it looks great! Thanks for sharing.


  2. Thank you so much for this post. We too are starting a garden for our Spring/Summer project and as well as hoping to learn the art of growing our own food, I’m also hoping to grow a sense of family team work and maybe even a little patience. Your tips were very helpful.

  3. Hi Dana

    I just found your site as I am starting a unit on gardening and permaculture with my kids in Australia. The link for your gardening unit is no longer up – would you be so kind as to send me the new link or the file?


  4. Hi,

    Could you please send me a copy of your gardening unit study? We live in Sydney, Australia, and have 2 weeks of school holidays coming up. We thought we might like to plan a garden for spring!

    Thanks so much


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