Kiddy Cove Preschool visit to Sneh Florist:

India: "It inspires early year students and highlights the impact of field visits on learning"

Kiddy Cove Preschool is excited to announce a successful field trip to a Sneh florist as part of their ongoing commitment to providing enriching experiences for their early years students. The visit, organized by the school's dedicated staff, aimed to provide an immersive learning opportunity and showcase the profound impact that field visits can have on young learners.

The school visit took place on August 9, with 40 enthusiastic early years students eagerly exploring the vibrant world of flowers and floral arrangements. Led by experienced florist Pandharinath Mhaske, the children were able to witness firsthand the beauty and artistry behind creating stunning bouquets and floral designs.

Field trips like these have been proven to enhance children's understanding of various subjects by making learning more tangible and relatable. By engaging in hands-on experiences outside the classroom, young learners are able to connect theoretical knowledge with real-world applications. This approach fosters a deeper understanding and appreciation for different subjects, promoting curiosity, critical thinking, and creativity among students.

The visit to the florist not only exposed students to new sights, scents, and textures but also encouraged them to explore their own creativity through flower-arranging activities. The interactive nature of this experience allowed children to develop fine motor skills while expressing themselves artistically.

Field trips such as this one play an integral role in shaping well-rounded individuals who are not only academically inclined but also socially and emotionally aware. By exposing children to new experiences, schools like Kiddy Cove Preschool are nurturing a love for learning that extends beyond textbooks and classrooms.

For more informatiaon:
Sneh Florist Centre for Floral Studies
Pandharinath Mhaske
Mob.: 9371009085

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