|Caleb was dipping crackers into the fresh butter he just made for a snack|
All of the kids could not wait to go inside. The ES in charge of helping with the field trip was given a list of the 35 stations that each school was able to choose from. There was no way that any school could get to all of the 35 stations in a two hour window, so it was nice to see what was offered ahead of time. We were able to complete 13 stations, which was more than we thought we could have completed. Each station that we went to, all of our children were actively engaged and asking many questions. I thought it was fantastic and the speakers were very knowledgeable regarding their topics.
Our children were able to make a little container of butter, feel wool, touch animals, learn about different types of soil, dairy goats, walnuts, and so much more. I know that my son really enjoyed this field trip and I did as well.
|Petting a dairy goat|
It was a happy day on the Farm!