Lesson Plan on Sustainability (Montessori Japan)

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Kindergarten / Yochien / Hoiku Lesson Plan – Lesson Plan on Sustainability (Montessori Japan), Montessori philosophy

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Sustainability is important in Montessori preschool education in Japan because it teaches children to be responsible and respectful towards the environment, and to understand the impact of their actions on the world around them. It also helps to instill a sense of stewardship and a desire to protect the planet for future generations. To create a preschool learning environment that teaches sustainability, educators could incorporate natural materials and elements into the classroom, such as plants, rocks, and wood. They could also encourage children to engage in outdoor activities, such as gardening, composting, and recycling, to help them develop a deeper connection with nature and understand the importance of conservation. Potential preschool lesson plan ideas could include teaching children about the different types of renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind power, and how they can be used to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. Educators could also introduce children to the concept of reducing, reusing, and recycling, and help them understand how their actions can have a positive impact on the environment. Additionally, they could teach children about the importance of biodiversity and the role that different species play in maintaining a healthy ecosystem

Country

Japan

Framework

MEXT (Japan)

Theorist

Maria Montessori

Subject

Sustainability