Kenya: Nursery/Pre-primary Agriculture Day

Looking for event planning inspiration? In this article, we’ll look at how to plan your Agriculture Day in your Nursery/Pre-primary in Kenya.

Want help planning out your events? We’ve created a Nursery/Pre-primary event planner that you can use to plan this event, see all your upcoming events on a calendar and make your event planning process easier.

Planner Details →

Event Planner: Nursery/Pre-primary Agriculture Day

Event planning in preschools holds significant importance as it plays a pivotal role in fostering holistic child development and creating memorable learning experiences. These events not only offer a platform for children to showcase their talents and skills but also provide opportunities for social interaction, emotional growth, and cognitive development. Well-executed event planning engages parents, teachers, and young learners in a collaborative effort that enhances the sense of community within the preschool. By carefully organizing and structuring various events, preschools can establish an environment where children thrive, parents actively participate, and lifelong positive impressions are formed. Let’s look at an example Agriculture Day event planning template you can use in your Nursery/Pre-primary office in Kenya.

Event description/objective: Learning about Kenyan farming practices and local crops.

Event Planning Template for Agriculture Day

Event Planning Template:

Event Name: Agriculture Day
Event Date: [Date]
Event Time: [Time]
Event Venue: [Venue]

The objective of the Agriculture Day event is to educate children about Kenyan farming practices and local crops, fostering an understanding and appreciation for agriculture in Kenya.

Target Audience:
The target audience for this event is children from the nursery/pre-primary level.

Event Schedule:

1. Registration and Welcome [Time]
– Set up registration desk
– Greet and register participants
– Provide event badges or wristbands

2. Opening Ceremony [Time]
– Welcome speech by event organizer
– Introduction to the importance of agriculture in Kenya
– Brief overview of the day’s activities

3. Farming Practices Workshop [Time]
– Presentation on Kenyan farming practices
– Demonstration of farming techniques
– Hands-on activities for children to learn about planting and harvesting

4. Local Crops Exhibition [Time]
– Display of various local crops
– Explanation of each crop’s characteristics and uses
– Interactive stations for children to touch, smell, and taste different crops

5. Guest Speaker [Time]
– Invited guest speaker to share their experience in agriculture
– Q&A session with the speaker

6. Lunch Break [Time]
– Provide a nutritious meal for participants
– Arrange seating and dining area

7. Farm Tour [Time]
– Visit a nearby farm to observe farming practices in action
– Guided tour by a knowledgeable farmer
– Explanation of different crops grown on the farm

8. Group Activities [Time]
– Divide participants into smaller groups
– Engage in fun and educational activities related to agriculture
– Examples: scavenger hunt, planting competitions, arts and crafts

9. Closing Ceremony [Time]
– Recap of the day’s activities
– Acknowledgment of sponsors and volunteers
– Distribution of participation certificates

10. Clean-up and Departure [Time]
– Ensure the venue is left clean and tidy
– Thank participants for attending and provide any necessary instructions

Note: This event planning template can be customized further based on specific requirements and resources available

Ready to start planning?

Click the button above to get our Nursery/Pre-primary event planner that can be used to plan this event, see all your upcoming events on a calendar and make your event planning process easier.



Category: Tags: ,