A few minutes ago it was pubished in the channel Farm & Garden DIY, another video “What Does Gardening Teach You? (and how gardening teaches kids too!)”.
As pubished in the youtube video by Farm & Garden DIY: “www.farmandgardendiy.com/gardening-teaches-you/
Ever wonder what gardening teaches? What do you learn from gardening? What can you learn from planting a garden? Why is gardening important for students to learn? What valuable life skills can children learn from gardening? What life lessons gardening can teach you? How gardening teaches patience? What gardening teaches you about love? Gardening for children. Using gardening to teach kids life skills. All this and more in this short video!
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Gardening teaches everything from economics to science to spirituality to emotion and love to hard work.
Gardening is truly a master teacher for adults and children.
Perspective – see things from a different point of view.
Optimism – hope for outcomes that are uncertain.
Dilemmas – being stuck between a rock and a hard place, choosing between two outcomes.
Loneliness – isolation.
Effort – Good things require hard work
Disappointment – Failure happens, and it’s a necessary step on the path to success.
Joyful consequences – Unexpected things can be wonderful!
Planning – identify goals, formulate strategies, implement steps to success, monitor progress.
Moderation – it is possible to have too much of a good thing.
Nurturing – caring for something or someone other than yourself.
Math – Adding, subtracting, estimating, etc.
Life cycle – Life and death and everything between.
Teamwork – Working together benefits everyone.
Giving and Charity – it’s not always about YOU!
Patience – good things take time.
Balance – even distribution of time, energy, effort, and outcomes.
Meditation – connecting with nature and creating a spiritual bond.
Thankfulness – appreciation for outcomes beyond your control. Life lessons – Plant seeds, Clear weeds, get dirty, water your plants.
God is the gardener – you grow, you learn, you reach out, and sometimes you get cut down – but only because it’s what’s best for you to become what He wants you to become.
How Does Gardening Help A Child’s Development?
Gardening Engages ALL Five Senses
Encourages Healthy Eating
Enhances Fine Motor Skills
Teaches Scientific Concepts
Promotes Family Bonding
Helps With Basic Math
Gardening Requires Planning and Organization”
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