FC: Animals on the Farm
1: What Animals will we see when we visit the farm?
2: GOAT | Baa
3: Goats are agile climbers and can run on or crawl under fences. Did you know baby goats are called kids?
4: Humans farm pigs for meat, such as pork, bacon and ham. Some people like to keep pigs as pets. Did you know pigs have poor eyesight, but a great sense of smell?
5: PIG | Oink
6: SHEEP | Baa
7: Sheep are raised for a number of agricultural products including fleece and meat. Did you know a baby sheep is called a lamb?
8: A male horse is called a stallion. A female horse is called a mare. Did you know horses can sleep both lying down and standing up?
9: HORSE | Neigh
10: COW | Moo
11: Cows that are raised for milk are called dairy cows. They provide 90 percent of the world's milk supply. Did you know cows don't sweat? They prefer to live in the shade and keep cool. Cows drink lots of water about a bathtub full every day.
13: What do you think we will learn about at the farm?
15: Lesson Plan By: Jessica Wernick Age group: Pre-kindergarten – 1st grade This lesson could be used by reading this book to a class prior to visiting a farm on a school field trip. Following the field trip kids could draw pictures of their favorite animal and tell what they learned about that animal. Objectives: Students will prepare to visit a farm. Students will learn about farm animals. Students will practice drawing and writing skills.