Time for some fun on the farm! Here’s a peek at our farm fun and my new Farm Learning Pack!
Here’s our cute Chicken Lifecycles! We discussed that a chicken starts out as an egg in a nest. The nest we made from paper shreds from the Dollar Store! If you click the picture you can get a freebie to help you make this cute craftivity!
We also talked about the crops on a farm…such as corn. Then the students got to paint with corn on the cob! I had yellow and brown paint on plates and let the children use both to paint on a yellow piece of construction paper. It was messy, but tons of fun!
When the construction paper dried, we cut them to look like corn on the cob and attached them to green “stalks” of construction paper. We decorated our classroom with them! I must say that it looked adorable!
We also made sheep our of paper plates. The students got to use cotton balls to make the puffy sheep’s wool. We used black construction paper for the head and legs and added google eyes. Didn’t they come out cute!
The kiddos had tons of fun with the Little People farm too!
I wish I would have taken more pics of the fun things that we did! But hopefully these ideas spark some interest in you to do a farm unit in your classroom!
Here’s my new farm learning pack that I used to teach my kiddos. There’s word wall cards, a super fun abc identification game, graphing activities, emergent readers, counting, puzzles, phonics, labeling, graphic organizers, syllables, size sorting, and SO much more! You can click the pic to go to my TpT store to get it! It’s packed with 153 pages of learning fun!
To help you with your planning, I’ve added products that I used for my unit. They’re available through Amazon (affiliate):