Botany

The hands-on, sensorial nature of Montessori botany, specifically gardening, was designed to get kids curious about life. Kids love to experiment and ask questions and this lesson about seeds and the life cycle of a bean plant invites them to do just that. Moreover, as an extra-added bonus, they’re able to get a little dirty and have a lot...
My son’s school introduced botany to the students the other day. They had to weed a garden and plant lettuce and onions. It was a wonderful experience for the little ones, getting dirty, carefully planting the lettuce and onion buds; they had a great time. It also inspired me to look more into the Montessori botany lessons out there...