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We love going on for a nature walk in and around our apartment, parks, and many other places. Whenever we go, my daughter gets tempted to pluck the leaves, flowers whichever stays on her way. But I don’t want her to do that, so I regularly spoke with her not to pluck them as they do have life; they feel the pain and breathe like us. Since she is a kid, she always nods her head but forgets it the next time.
STEM activity for leaf breathing
I always want her to pick up the leaves, flowers that are already on the ground for any nature-related activity. Though she does it, in the end, she plucks the leaves as well.
Kids always understand everything so quickly if it happens virtually rather than hearing. Hearing words goes in the air but observing through eyes goes straight to their mind. But the idea of experimenting doesn’t strike my mind. As like me, another mom was also struggling, and she has posted this experiment in her Instagram profile, and I happen to look at the same.
Tada!!! We did that too. Thanks to the fellow mom.
It is a simple yet effective experiment to make the child understand this good concept. I hope my daughter remember this during our next nature walk. Otherwise i can very well talk to her . Doing such hands-on experiments helps the child to visually look at things and observe them very well.