Skills are the human ability to use thoughts, ideas and creativity, change or make something into more value so that something has more meaningful value. All living things have skills including children with disabilities. A child with a disability is a child who has an IQ that is significantly below average, accompanied by an inability to adapt to the environment. Therefore, various efforts are needed to develop skills, one of which is through learning the skills of growing spinach hydroponic wick system. The purpose of this study was to determine the ability of children to carry out learning skills in growing spinach hydroponic wick system for mild mental retardation children in class VII at SLB B-C Bina Kasih Bandung City. This research uses a qualitative approach with descriptive methods conducted at SLB B-C Bina Kasih Bandung City. Data collection techniques in this study are: interview, documentation, observation and test. The results showed that children with mild mental retardation children class VII were generally able to learn the skills of growing spinach hydroponic wick system with little help or direction from the teacher. The implementation of planting spinach hydroponic wick system is an attraction for children in participating in learning. So it can be concluded that planting with a hydroponic wick system can improve farming skills for children with disabilities. Recommendations are expected for teachers to make the hydroponic wick system as a sustainable learning to support the success of learning for children and also as a provision for the world of work. For parents to be able to facilitate hydroponic planting activities to provide benefits to the surrounding community as a livelihood that can be done by mildly retarded children.