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An adaptation to social life that children can practice in their daily life and a study in which they can gain independent living skills and responsibility

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Included in school/society, Social communication
Students age range:
Curriculum area:
Year period:
Any moment
Step by step description, including actions to be developed for preparation and implementation:
Before you had a conversation about the children with their home garden, would you like to have a garden of your own after the talk? Yes, after the answer, colored papers were distributed and the papers were cut over the lines and the houses were made by sticking with the guidance of the teacher. The plastic cups (gardens) were distributed and they were asked to fill the gardens filled with seeds mixed with seeds and to prepare and prepare the gardens. the activity was completed by pouring water
Resources to be used, including human resources, materials and spaces:
2 will be helpful in making the activity of the teacher and making the application more understandable. It can be used in a wide classroom environment or garden with scarlet cardboard, scissors, glue, plastic containers, soil, grass seeds and water
Difficulties found while implementing it:
The difficulties children experience in cutting work can be overcome with support and small cues. When the soil is filling the garden, the children are filling up (the fear of contamination of the hands), the teacher himself is taken by the hunter and it is indicated that there is no problem
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