Hello, Alpaca! The school sheers these llamas and uses their wool to knit with!
Chickens lay their eggs . . .
And what farm is complete without some pigs!
We found the goats to be as friendly as dogs . . . they craved a little petting. The school uses their milk to make their own cheese.
Later we walked over to the park for lunch and some playground fun.
We then set out for a hike. See the four deer ahead of the children?
We then went outside and gathered rocks to paint as "eggs."
Molly showed everyone how to draw a rainbow.
We also reflected about our farm field trip. The goats won out as far as "favorite thing."
T/Th talked about ladybugs. What color are they? How many spots do they usually have?
I then threw lots of paper spots into the air for the children to gather up and glue onto their own ladybug.
Fun with our big cardboard box did not end after it rained on it!