JMG Learn, Grow, Eat and Go! Full Curricula Starter Package

Date of Publication
August 31, 2021
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The Learn, Grow, Eat & GO! Starter package contains all components to support full integration and implementation of the LGEG curricula.

The Learn, Grow, Eat and Go! Full Curricula Starter Package contains the following: LGEG Manual, Classroom sets of Garden Journals, Garden Kitchen Recipes, Walk Across Texas Newsletters/Starter Kit, and 5 children's literature books highlighted within specific lessons in the LGEG Manual. This LGEG Starter Package is a great resource to bring together everything that you need to get started with your LGEG experience.

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