In the beginning of the exciting summer field, the Western Australia Preschoolers went to “Family Garden” – a cool eco-garden that blended into nature and transformed into a diligent farmer.
In the family garden, the children are walking around to find the plants, vegetables, fruit melon, squash, eggplant, jackfruit, and spinach. Under the eyes of the peeps, the students are to hand-pick, plant, and harvest vegetables and fruits. Every little friend is very excited, and has a radiant smile. More specifically, with the leaves that they’ve separated from picking vegetables, the children left for the rabbit and duck to consume.
The most attractive and engaging activity is fishing in the pond. Look at that little toddlers, they are very talented right parents? Children expressed their enthusiastic in the water, using baskets to capture fish. Using a basket will enhance the chances of students ability to catch a large fish, and to show-off their achievements.
The trip ended after the children consuming rice and vegetables. They returned to school with many gifts, vegetables, and the fish that they’ve caught today. A day of embodiment as a farmer has brought to our students a lot of memorable experiences. Let’s take a look at the cute smiles and interesting activities on this trip.