Children are inherently curious about things in nature, such as birds, rivers, and yard flowers. It explains the popularity of nature education. Children are connected to nature and are drawn closer to it via the experience of planting, nurturing, observing, and tasting.
Observing is an initial skill in the early years that help children find and organise patterns, it will be more effective if someone accompanied to answer the various queries. Because observation skill is more than just seeing things, it serves thinking.
Will trees get sick?
Who will be the doctor to look after the sick tree?
Why do the leaves have yellow spots on the edges?
Through Q&A, their curiosity about nature will be fulfilled, at the same time, they are encouraged to explore nature, learn how to protect the environment, and develop a caring attitude.
What's even more surprising is that it is detachable! Children get two separate observation panels after unscrewing, easy to carry within a pocket. If they come across a group of tiny ants carrying the dinner, they can take out the observation panel from their pocket, to explore the mysterious kingdom of ants!