Hermannsburg Little Oaks’ Oracle

2018-05-02 06:00
Hermannsburg’s Ayathandwa Dzanibe, Povana Chuntarpursat, Zenande Thwala, Elihle Ngiba, Rainer Kassier, Josiah Harbottle, Zoë Heij, Daniella Gevers and Lubanzi Mbatha learning all about vegetables.

Hermannsburg’s Ayathandwa Dzanibe, Povana Chuntarpursat, Zenande Thwala, Elihle Ngiba, Rainer Kassier, Josiah Harbottle, Zoë Heij, Daniella Gevers and Lubanzi Mbatha learning all about vegetables.

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DRESSED in gumboots and comfortable clothing, our Little Oaks went to Mr Rainer Kassier's farm last Monday to get a closer look at vegetables and fruits.

There was “no” time for flash cards because we could see, touch, smell and taste the real things. Our pupils gained a deeper understanding about the growing of vegetables, the life cycle of a pumpkin and the parts of a plant.

We were allowed to take many different types of vegetables and fruits back to the kindergarten, to learn all the different names, and to explore the insides of some of them.

A big thank you goes to the Kassier family for allowing us to invade their vegetable patch — we know now that vegetables don’t grow on supermarket shelves, but from seeds, in the soil.

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