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Science & Sensory: Animals > Farms

Soil added 4-2-99 Original Author Unknown

Have the children examine several types of soil. These could be Sand, clay, potting soil, topsoil, etc. Have the children use a magnifying glass to look closely at the soil. Let them touch it to see how it feels.


Things to touch added 5-29-99 Original Author Unknown

Using the sense of touch to feel things from a farm: You can make a feely box with items from farms: ear of corn, hay, sheep wool, turkey/chicken feather, etc.

Use corn, wheat, hay, oats, barley, and other grains that farm animals eat to sort and/or make a collage.


Mud added 5-29-99 Original Author Unknown

Ahead of time, mix water and dirt to form some thick mud. Divide the mud among several zipper-top freezer bags and close the top of each bag. Have the children practice printing numbers in the mud. Show them how to smooth the mud out so they can make a new number.


 

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