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May 2011 Solution Presentation for Princeton's PBL project

May 2011 Solution Presentation for Princeton's PBL project

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Gorman Farm Evendale Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Gorman Farm
    Evendale 4th Grade
  • 2. Questions
    Too many children are throwing their veggies away, how can we fix it?
    Questions we needed to know
    What veggies do kids like?
    Do kids throw out the food because they don’t like it?
    What would be the best way to eat our veggies (how they are cooked, grilled , seasoned, boiled, etc.)
  • 3. Trip to Gorman Farm
    March 23, 2011
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  • 11. What we learned at Gorman Farm
    We learned that most items are made from soil.
    Most plants take a couple months to grow.
    We also learned about some animals Donkeys, Midget Horses ,Horses, Roosters, and Hen.
  • 12. Maybe we should give a survey?
  • 13. Survey results
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  • 16. Graphing the Data
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  • 21. What We Learned
    Most people don’t like cooked carrots.
    We should have a variety of lunches.
    Most kids like vegetables, but they don’t like the
    school’s vegetables.
    I learned how to compost.
  • 22. Solution
    One solution, is that we should get veggies from Gorman Farm so they will be fresh not bagged or canned.
  • 23. Solution
    Another solution, is that we should put out a variety of vegetables for lunch.
  • 24. Thank you from Evendale 4th grade
  • 25. THE END