Learn fun facts about all kinds of farm animals from sheep and goats, to chickens and cows.
Children gain knowledge and interest in new fruits and vegetables through making an alphabet boarder for the classroom. Students learn to identify new fruits and vegetables. Students work together to complete a class project.
- Alphabet Board – Preschool (quick view as .pdf)
Children use their sense to explore apples and gain confidence in trying new fruits.
- Apple Tasting – Preschool (quick view as .pdf)
Children will learn about different types of fresh berries and practice their listening skills to follow instructions and make their own individual snack.
- Berry Parfaits – Preschool (quick view as .pdf)
Good eating habits and a love of learning both start early, and what better way to instill both in children than with a garden? Gardening with preschoolers not only engages children in hands-on learning, but begins to build positive experiences with healthy food. This is why school gardens are a key component of effective Farm to School programs. Farm to School can include local food included in school meals, farm field trips, school gardens and cooking local food, but the goal is to rebuild connections between children and the food they eat. Proving positive social reinforcement for healthy eating, Farm […]
- Building Positive Experiences with Healthy Food (quick view as .pdf)
Students will explore the garden and will practice garden rules. They will learn to observe and look closely in the garden by beginning to recognize and appreciate different colors.
- Garden Lesson 3: Color Hunt – Preschool (quick view as .pdf)