Water play is a source of discovery, experimentation and interaction.
Water is a living substance that fascinates all children: they can touch it without catching it, make it run between their fingers, tip it out, transfer it, make it swirl, send it to other areas…
Water play promotes sensorimotor and cognitive development. Handling water and the accessories provided teaches children to control and coordinate their actions and learn about cause-and-effect relationships.
Gardening activities also help them understand how they can act on nature and assimilate the notion of life development. In addition to learning associated with a hands-on activity, gardening can also help develop children’s olfactory faculties.