Project Learning Tree Invigorates Children’s Learning Through Nature

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The price paid by our children during this pandemic has been extremely high. They have been shunted from pillar to post with the frequent chops and changes. Subsequently, they have shown signs of anxiety, depression and fear. A lot of parents have taken the decision to home school hoping that will bring some stability to their routines. One very exciting initiative which is being offered across all states is taking them out into nature. In doing that they are focusing on the study of trees. Consequently, one parent a teacher was thankful as she had taken the decision to home school. However, she noticed that her son was needing some extracurricular activity. He was feeling closed in she states and she did not hesitate to sign him up. To the one day in the week nature activity class.

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