In Stage 1, our young learners embarked on an engaging journey to understand the process of plant germination through experiential learning. They discovered that for plants to thrive, they require the essential elements of light and water. To illustrate this concept, each student obtained two plastic glasses and planted a handful of moong dal seeds in both, accompanied by a layer of cotton. Subsequently, they strategically positioned one glass outside, exposed to ample sunlight and air, while the other was placed inside their cubby hole, deprived of light, water or air. In the days that followed, learners took charge of watering the outdoor plants. At regular intervals, they diligently observed the developing plants, meticulously measuring the growth of both stems and roots using a standardized unit scale. Following each measurement, our young scientists diligently documented the day-wise progress of their plants, fostering a deeper understanding of the germination process.