Pembelajaran Berbasis Alam Kelompok A di RA Tarbiyatus Shibyan
Education plays an important role in the success of children in the future. If the children dont get a good education, then they will face some difficulties. Physically, the development of childrens will reach 90% and accelerate 80% of the adult brain. This development occurs in early childhood ranging from 0 to 8 years old. In early childhood, stimulation of learning in the form of enviromental interventions on child development, especially the natural enviromental around children. Nature-based learnin offers children to carry out play activities or practices that start from experiments, observations, an explorations of the environmrnt. Consequently, when children play, they will unconsciously get information and experience during the activities in the natural enviromental that they do.
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