Educator Resources

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School Tours

The Garden Offers teachers and students the opportunity to experience first hand one of the most diverse plant collections in the country. Each school tour focuses on specific areas of interest.

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Free Calhoun Lecture

Join Conservation Horticulture Manager Matt Richards as he takes an in-depth look at Georgia’s native orchids, their relationship with pollinators, and the conservation efforts to protect orchids throughout the entire Southeast.

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Outreach Program

The Garden offers Title 1 designated schools in the Metro-Atlanta area FREE classroom presentations. Each 50-minute presentation offers interactive, hands on activities supporting science or health education Georgia Performance Standards.

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Garden Discovery Activities

Garden Discovery Activities are a great way to learn more about nature and the Garden. These activities can be done individually or with a self-guided group during a visit to the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Each activity is educational and encourages participants to experience the Garden in a new way.

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Classroom Activities

The Garden has a variety of different classroom opporunities. Learn more about the edible garden, amphibians and much more!

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Homeschool Day

The Garden hosts an exciting day of tours and activities exclusively for homeschool groups and families. Supplement your life science, botanical and environmental studies curriculum by visiting a tropical rain forest and a desert house. Tip-toe through the treetops on the Canopy Walk and observe edible plants in the Edible Garden.

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Educator Day

Calling all educators! Joing us Saturday, July 8th for a day of exploration.

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Plant Profiles

Learn more about plants that you can see at the Garden.

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