Caracol students learn from nature.

As a regular activity, students learn from gardens by taking care of our little orchard, where they learn the complete process of growing plants. They begin by preparing the seeds and the land, then they plant the seeds, prepare the organic pesticide (made with roots and leaves from local plants,  and water), and take care of the sprouts until they grow; the process finishes when the children get new seeds from the grown plants.

This whole experience teaches our students on a really fun and amusing way, respect for nature, patience, teamwork and lots about anatomy and physiology of plants as it nurtures head, heart, and hands of our children.


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