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Growing the love of nature


Gardening engages all sorts of senses and helps learners to develop and recognize them without even realizing them. They can feel the texture of soil, seeds, flower, and petals. As children garden, they develop important motor skills that will help them improve their academic skills such as writing, cutting, and typing.

children learn gardening allows them to experience plant care and nourish a responsible, consistent and positive attitude towards hard work. from nature and how does gardening help a child’s development?

Reliability and responsibility when it comes to taking care of a plant day after day;

Learning cause and effect – do good, not bad;

Curiosity in species: growing tips, Botanic and more;

Physical activity: gardening makes you move a lot;

Growing the love of nature: putting love in what they grow;

Teamwork: friends or family;

Math: counting days, measuring nutrition, light exposure and more;

Creativity: crafting own landscape designs or painting a pair of wellies.

Touch – can teach our learners the different textures plants have;

Taste–Strawberries, Chives, Rosemary, and Cherry tomatoes are just a few of many healthy and tasty treats, simple to grow for children to enjoy (especially when eaten, of course);

Gardening encourages children to eat healthier. gardening allows them to experience plant care and nourish a responsible,

consistent and positive attitude towards hard work. For self-grown fruits and veggies children will take great pride, you can rest assured.

Gardening encourages children to eat healthier. gardening allows them to experience plant care and nourish a responsible, consistent and positive attitude towards hard work. For self-grown fruits and veggies children will take great pride, you can rest assured.

This is how our Gajera International School (Pre-Primary Section) teaches our little learners to learn and grow with Nature.

So the learners learn gardening to develop a proactive and healthy routine in life.

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