The indirect preparation for Geography, Zoology, Botany, Geometry and Biology

Children of this age are urged by the laws of their nature to find active experiences in the world about them. For this they use their hands and not only for practical purposes, but also for acquiring knowledge. If we leave children free in this new kind of environment that we have provided, they give us quite an unexpected impression of their nature and abilities. They seem to be happier, and they have such deep interests that they can work for long periods of time without fatigue. As a result, their minds seem to open out and they become eager for knowledge.