The communication of building culture of open spaces is an educational mission. Therefore, the goal is to sensitize young people for open spaces during their years of education, for them to be able to later participate in the social responsibility of building culture, especially considering questions concerning open spaces. Although the syllabus often contains aspects of building culture they are rarely incorporated into the lessons because of the teachers own insecurities with the topic. Therefore, only few young people come into contact with aspects of building culture, regarding open spaces. To empower and support teachers to integrate this topic into their lessons, this thesis offers a specified curriculum including suitable topics, learning goals and methods for the communication of building culture of open spaces for students from 10 to 14 years of age in school. The research questions in this thesis are: „What should young people from 10 to 14 years of age learn at school about open spaces to be able to participate in reflection and critical discussions around building culture, particularly referring to open spaces. Which learning goals should be pursued when sharing the knowledge of building culture of open spaces with 10 to 14 year olds at school? Which methods are suitable for 10 to 14 year olds at school regarding the communication of building culture of, concerning open spaces?”. These questions are examined through interviews with experts from the field of landscape architecture, an analysis of literature on the topic and an analysis of existing projects. For lower grade education of building culture regarding open spaces, the following topics and contents are relevant: definition and perception of open space, types of open space, functions of open space, planning process and design of open space. The following methods are suitable for this purpose: strolling, mapping, sketching, photography and film, models, discussions and reflection. Furthermore, exhibition visits, excursions and project weeks are recommended.