Learning About Farms

Learning About Farms

Welcome back! Last week, we finished up at books and Libraries projects.

This week, we’re focusing on a three-week-long project all about farms. The children will learn about the different farms by comparing an animal farms to an Orchard farm. Then they will even create
a 3D replica of a farm. And to finish up the week, the children will plant seeds and observe the growth process throughout the project.

In closing of Hispanic Heritage Month, who will learn about Christopher Columbus, who he was, what he did and why he is so important to our history.

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