Or they walk up to you later and ask if you understood that math question that morning and you are like, "uhm...I wasn't here for that," and they are just like "really? I didn't even realize that you were gone."
It's always been important to get children in the garden to learn the wonders of plant cycles and how fluttering butterflies and buzzing bees help the process. It's just as important to create, within the same space, opportunities for children with disabilities to explore. Use plants that play on the senses, such as fuzzy lamb's-ear, textural succulents, or fragrant lavender.