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A wild garden is a postive learning environment for children because they can learn about nature and explore it in their own space. The negatives to a wild garden are that the plants can be dangerous, there may be no supervision, and the environment may be unpredictable.

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Wild gardens can provide an immersive and interactive learning environment for children. They allow children to explore and engage with the natural environment without the constraints of a traditional classroom. Wild gardens let children observe and interact with the plants and animals in a safe and supervised environment. They can learn about nature, the environment, and cultivation by experiencing it firsthand. Negatives to wild gardens include potential safety risks due to the presence of animals and plants with thorns, prickles and other hazards. Wild gardens may also require extra maintenance, such as weeding, watering, and preventing pests or disease from ruining the plants. Additionally, wild gardens may require special training to supervise and teach in this type of learning environment.

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March 2, 2023, 1:07 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 2, 2023