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Gardening Project of Grades 2, 3, and 4: Building an "Insect Hotel"

For a month, the students of Grades 2, 3, and 4 were involved in a unique gardening project that fostered their creativity and environmental awareness. Under the guidance of their teachers, the students planted various plants in the school garden and learned essential gardening skills, such as proper planting techniques, plant care, and the importance of nature in our environment.

As part of their project, the students decided to build an "insect hotel" from an old cabinet. The "insect hotel" is a special home for various insects like bees, butterflies, and ladybugs that help with pollination and pest control in their garden. Each grade contributed their own ideas and skills to the construction of the "insect hotel," from design to decoration. The project not only taught the students practical gardening skills but also the importance of cooperation and environmental care.

By the end of the month, the "insect hotel" was completed and placed in the center of their garden. It is now starting to become home to many insects, bringing joy and inspiration to the children as they observed their new "guests" in the garden.

The gardening project was a successful step in enhancing the students' knowledge and awareness of nature. It is a testament to how simple projects can teach children the love and care for our environment.


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