Every morning starts with learning stations at House of Knowledge to foster imagination and creativity in children and to help get children interested and curious in various tpics.

What our learning stations can look like? This week, our Pre-K class children are having a “Flowers” theme related project and today, we would like to invite you to check out some highlights with us together.

In a Pre-K classroom, a flower project is a great way to introduce young minds to the beauty and science of flowers. The classroom was transformed into a colorful garden with different varieties of flowers, each with their own unique fragrance and color.

This project not only helped to beautify the classroom but also helped the children to learn different vocabulary about flowers, such as roots, stem, leaves, and petals.

As the children explored the flowers, they were taught about the different parts of plants and their functions. The importance of roots in absorbing water and nutrients from the soil, the purpose of stems in supporting the plants and transporting nutrients, and the role of leaves in producing food for the plant were all discussed.

The children also learned how petals form part of a flower and their significance in attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies.

To make the flower project more hands-on, the children were given clay and petal cutouts to create their own flowers.

With a little guidance, they molded the clay into the shape of a flower and attached the petals to it to make their unique creations.  This activity helped to improve their gross motor skills and gave them an opportunity to express their creativity.

Another exciting thing the children did as part of the flower project was to use petals to make rain pictures.

The children placed petals on a sheet of paper and sprayed it with colored water. They added cotton balls to represent clouds and cut many little petals to act as the pouring rain.  This activity helped the children learn about the phenomenon of rain and how it nourishes the plants.

The project also involved designing their own flower garden and flower arrangements. The children used their imaginations to create a setup filled with different colorful flowers in their little flower gardens. They worked in groups and decorated their flower arrangements with different colored flowers, creating a vibrant scene in the classroom.

As the project progressed, the children learned to appreciate the beauty of flowers, and their curiosity about the plants grew. They were curious to know about the different varieties of flowers and where they come from, giving them an opportunity to learn about different cultures and their significance in various parts of the world.

In conclusion, the Pre-K flower project is an excellent way to introduce children to science, art, and culture. It provides them with a hands-on experience that helps develop their creativity, and they learn different vocabulary about flowers.

The project also helps the children understand the importance of caring for plants and encourages them to be responsible environmentalists. This project lays the foundation for future botanical studies and has the potential to create lifelong appreciation for the beauty and importance of flowers.


Check out below some of the highlights of our project related learning stations recently and we look forward to sharing more wonderful moments of our children’s campus life soon.

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