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Imagine a school entirely devoted to flowers! Murray and Ovejita just so hapen to be visiting that school today. Learn to plant seeds with Murray, and don’t forget to stop and smell the roses. Subscribe to the Sesame Street Channel here: For more fun games and videos for your preschooler in a safe, child-friendly environment, visit us at Sesame Street is a production of Sesame Workshop, a nonprofit educational organization. The Workshop produces Sesame Street programs, seen in over 150 countries, and other acclaimed shows, including The Electric Company. Beyond television, the Workshop produces content for multiple media platforms on a wide range of issues including literacy and numeracy, emotional wellbeing, health and wellness, and respect and understanding. Learn more at Video Rating: / 5 As part of our RHS Young School Gardener of the Year competition, this year we have introduce a new category. Awarded to a teacher or gardening club leader who is an inspiration and has shown a passion for encouraging gardening in their school, as well linking gardening to the curriculum. For more details on this competition please visit our website: Related PostsSesame Street: Mrs. Obama Plants GardenSesame Street – Growing a flowerSesame Street A Twiddlebug Tool Adventure With Ernie Garden Game For KidsThe English Gardening SchoolCultivation Street Visits The Chaucer Junior School Gardening ClubSchool Gardens Growing Communities Northey Street City Farm

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  • Stacey Higashi 1 year ago


  • misspinkpunkykat 1 year ago

    They should show "grown up" schools like med school, veterinary school, law school, etc.?

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  • Tricia Cleghorn 1 year ago

    V can m be egf?

  • Madam Mim 1 year ago

    i love to work with Sesame Street one day?

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  • James Hayley 1 year ago

    Absolutley brilliant. I am a third yr degree student studying horticulture at Writtle College, Essex. For my dissertation project I am investigating what factors demonstrate a successful horticultural programme in schools, and how do the physical and psychological benefits of these programmes influence a wider social context. I would love to come to your school and come and see the garden at some point in the near future. Congratulations on all your hard work, the children obviously really enjoy the garden and your school sets a wonderful example for other schools to follow. Well done….?