Workshop for Ages 7-10: MicroGREEN Thumbs
Workshop Series for Ages 7 - 10
Let’s try a really SMALL gardening project that you can do entirely inside on your window sill: growing microgreens! These are seeds that you grow to be snacked on as seedlings, ready in just a couple weeks. Join us for growing nutty and delicious sunflower shoots.
Participants will be mailed a kit of supplies including soil, tray, seeds and a recipe. In this live virtual workshop, participants can plant along, ask questions and learn how to care for, harvest and enjoy the shoots as a healthy snack.
This workshop is the second of a microgreen series, in which we learn how to grow a different microgreen crop. For the young microgreen enthusiast, sign up for one, two or all three!
we ship supplies after registration
* Pre-workshop prep:
Please soak your seeds the night before in a cup of water.
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh believes that cost should never be a barrier to inspiring kindness, joy, creativity and curiosity. We offer a sliding ticket price model to accommodate all learners.
An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter and captioning will be provided for this workshop.
registration deadline april 7, 2021. register here.
MicroGREEN Thumbs Sponsored by UPMC Health Plan