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The sight of real life in a natural forest.

The sight of real life in a natural forest.

“There is no description, no image in any book that can replace the sight of real trees and all the life around them in a natural forest. Something emanates from those trees which speak to the soul, something no book, no museum is capable of giving.

There must be provision for the child to have contact with nature, to understand and appreciate the order, the harmony and the beauty in nature… so that the child may better understand and participate in the marvellous things which civilisation creates.” – Maria Montessori.

    

Sand play activity

Sand play activity

Sand play is very tactile and helps children learn about textures and develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Creativity skill-building: Moulding shapes and objects, making patterns, raking, drawing designs in the sand with a stick, building roads and play spaces for trucks and toys.

Take Students on a Nature Walk

Take Students on a Nature Walk

“Teaching children about the natural world should be seen as one of the most important events in their lives.” – Thomas Berry.

Mother nature is the best classroom. Bring all your senses along for learning, dearest child.