Jeevamrutham Making and Observing Their Saplings' Growth

Naga Vamsi Neelam
April 15, 2024

In their second session held on 20th January 2024, our kindergarteners learned about watering, weeding, and making Jeevamrutham. When they arrived at the farm, Ms. Sandya Reddy had the children sit around her and work on our activity book, which they enjoyed. When their farm coach, Ms. Sreedevi Ande arrived, they were all invited to observe their patches.

Ms. Sreedevi instructed the children to observe how their saplings had grown since last week and to check for any weeds in their patches. The children closely observed their patches and removed weeds, learning how weeds can hinder crop growth.

After removing the weeds, the children were instructed to bring water in cans to gently water their plants. They happily followed their teacher's instructions and softly poured water onto their patches. 

Following this activity, they were all invited to a shaded area to make a bio-fertilizer called Jeevamrutham, made from five natural ingredients. Initially hesitant to touch cow dung and cow urine, which are important ingredients, they eventually embraced the task.

Through this activity, they learned about the importance of Jeevamrutham in helping plants grow well, concluding their educational session for the second week. Next week, they will apply the fertilizer they prepared, waving goodbye happily as they left.

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