We want to involve boys and girls in the practice of cultivation so that, in a fun way and through their own experience, they acquire values and knowledge that we consider essential; enjoy nature, respect for the environment or the importance of a varied and healthy diet.

Taking charge of a seedbed or a plant, watering it and taking care of it daily, until it is taken to the point of harvest and to the plate!

A garden will make children learn to take responsibility and strengthen their self-esteem.


When a child is watching over the land or watching a lettuce grow each week, he is inadvertently practicing observation and concentration.

And of course, our little ones will be motivated to try vegetables if they have participated in their growing process.

Growing a garden in an educational center is the perfect after-school activity where you can get a playful experience in direct contact with nature.

Today, and especially in large cities, many children have lost the basic contact with the environment and having a garden to take care of, will awaken their sensitivity for sustainability and will reinforce their responsibility towards the environment in which we live.


Gardens in schools are an excellent educational tool where the little ones will get a real experience in contact with nature.

Having a garden at school brings many benefits to children. In countries such as Germany or the United Kingdom, they have been developing this practice for years and have observed how it brings important values to children, such as responsibility and care or teamwork, thus acquiring a great sensitivity for the environment and sustainability.


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