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Invitation to a Training “Establishment of a Sensory Educational Garden” – 5 March, 7 April

24 February 2021

Karin Dom invites you to online training on the topic: ESTABLISHMENT OF A SENSORY EDUCATIONAL GARDEN. Karin Dom shares its experience – a new topic from Karin Dom Montessori specialists.

For whom: This training is suitable for pedagogical specialists, directors of educational institutions, resource teachers, speech therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, assistants, and parents.

When: on March 5, 2021, from 14:00 to 16:00 online on Zoom, and on April 7, 2021, from 14:00 to 16:00 live in the garden of Karin dom. You can sign up for each of the training separately or for both in a package.

All participants in the practical session in April will receive a gift – the guide: The multisensory garden of Karin Dom Foundation with rich photographic material and practical tips for creating an outdoor educational space.

Multisensory garden at Karin Dom

The Montessori team of Karin Dom Foundation accepted the challenge to further develop and create an educational space that is filled with many incentives that help gain sensory experience and support the process of sensory integration. Initially, the idea that united the team was to create a “Delicious Educational Garden” with different plants, which would be a place for learning through experience. A place where children can learn to grow organic food – fruits, vegetables, spices, and herbs. A place to develop children’s imagination, to help them be in good physical condition and health, and which later becomes a “Natural Classroom” where children can easily learn and consolidate knowledge and skills in botany, mathematics, language and speech, biology, physics, and chemistry. Subsequently, the activity in the educational garden acquired other dimensions, as additional facilities for children were installed. Thus, the delicious educational garden has become a multisensory garden, namely, a place where children while playing, having fun, and learning, get a real opportunity to develop all their senses. Here they will receive all the incentives they need. In creating the multisensory garden, the team is guided by the principles and practice of classical Montessori pedagogy and draws on its experience in this field. In the Montessori system of education and upbringing, one of the main emphases is the communication of children with nature and their connection with it. According to Maria Montessori, “the child must have the opportunity to communicate with nature. In this way, he will learn to understand and appreciate its order, harmony, and beauty.”


The first part of the training on 5 March will provide the theoretical foundations, and the second part on 7 April live in the garden of Karin Dom will be practical. In the training, we will share good practice about sensory activities through an organized outdoor space, which becomes a place where children while playing, having fun, and learning, get a real opportunity to develop all their senses. We will talk about the multisensory garden of the Karin Dom Foundation, which principles and practice are based on classical Montessori pedagogy. In the training we will emphasize the following elements:

  1. Sharing good practices for creating an organized sensory educational space outdoors
  2. Areas in the multisensory garden of Karin Dom Foundation
  3. Educational garden
  • What is an educational garden?
  • Motives for creating an educational garden
  • Why is the educational garden different?
  • How is an educational garden created?
  • Principles of the garden.
  1. Practical advice related to building a sensory educational garden


Zhechka Ivanova – Montessori teacher

Svetla Todorova – Montessori teacher

Duration: a total of 4 hours

Manner of completing the training: Certificate for the completed training

Fee: 40 lv separately for one date, 60 lv package for both dates

Deadline for registration and payment: 4 March for participating in the first part on 5 March

The fee is paid via bank transfer to the following bank account:

DSK Bank

Account holder: Karin Dom EOOD

IBAN: BG37STSA93001528452286


Grounds for payment: Training 5.03 and/or 7.04, name of the participant (or name of the organization for more people)

If you need an invoice for the payment, please, send an e-mail to, indicating the topic, your invoice details, and the number of participants.

You can register HERE!


Magdalena Tsoneva – Training and development specialist

0878 302 517, е-mail:

The training is conducted with the financial assistance of the Active Citizens of Bulgaria Fund under the EEA Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 under the project “Transfer of practices to improve support for children with special needs and their families for inclusive education.”

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