“If a Muslim plants a tree or sows seeds, and then a bird, or a person or an animal eats from it, it is regarded as a charitable gift (sadaqah) for him.” (Bukhari)
Aim: To make the students able to identify and describe the parts of plant.
How did the activity go?
1. Picture of a plant was drawn on the board by the teacher and students were allowed to make suggestions for the labels. Teacher also brought a flowering plant to the class for showing all parts to the students.
2. They were led to the ground for observing different types of plants.
What did the students do?
1. A few students answered correctly and labelled the roots, stem, flowers, fruits and leaves on the board then discussion about the plant’s parts had done in class with them.
2. They had asked to observe and write their observations about different types of plants in the ground.
It was a fun-filled activity and students had enjoyed alot in the ground. They were advised to be like a tree: stay grounded, connect with the roots, bend before you break, enjoy your natural beauty and keep growing subhanallah!