Dalaigur’s Garden Project

We started the program with a green day. This involved a tidying up of grounds, a refresher to the garden beds and the planting of the garden beds.


Belonging – to a community of gardeners.

EYLF Outcome 2.1 Children develop a sense of belonging to community and an understanding of the responsibilities necessary for active participation


Our program then went on to recognition of plants, what’s edible and what is not.

 We discussed alternative lifestyles and cooking over campfires.


Being- Children are becoming confident and involved learners.

EYLF Outcome 4.4 – Children resources their own learning through connecting with people, places, technology, and natural processed materials.

We also had a discussion on the animals in our bush and how we can take care of them.

We then built our own bush campfire so we could cook the food.



Making a worm farm and learning how they are helpers in the garden. Giving the scraps to the chooks for feeding is the development of recycling practices.


Becoming – children are demonstrating an understanding of nutrition and becoming cooks.

EYLF Outcome 3.2 Children take increasing responsibility for their health and physical well-being


Learning about hygiene before cooking, cleaning hands, aprons etc.Cooking the food – The children are happily chewing on their corn they grew.