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Sustainability lies at the heart of KDMCH educational philosophy, with practices such as gardening, worm farms, composting, and rainwater tanks seamlessly integrated into the curriculum.

In our KDMCH classrooms, children actively engage in hands-on experiences that teach them the importance of caring for the environment. Gardening activities instill a sense of responsibility as they learn to nurture plants from seedlings to maturity, fostering a connection with nature and an understanding of the food cycle.

Worm farms and composting provide valuable lessons in waste reduction and recycling, as children observe firsthand how organic materials can be transformed into nutrient-rich soil. Rainwater tanks not only serve as a sustainable water source but also serve as a tangible reminder of the importance of conserving water resources.


By bringing the outside world into the classroom, Montessori educators create immersive learning environments where children develop a deep appreciation for the natural world. Through these experiences, children not only learn practical skills but also cultivate a lifelong commitment to sustainability, becoming stewards of the environment for generations to come.

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