Link to the resources:
Let´s start with the Farm Animals Worksheets:
Worksheet 1. Hand in a pointer to each child and have them point to each farm animal as you name them.
Teacher: duck !
Students: Duck. (Pointing to the duck)
You can also make circles the same color as each animal. Give them a bunch of circles.
Tell them that they have to grab a circle of the color as the animal you name.
Students: Pink. Pig. Pink pig ! ( Place a pink cirle on the pink pig)
Cut all the cards and make patterns:
or make a mobile or a display.
Worksheet 2. Make a farm scene. Students cut all the animals. Give each table group a barn. Glue the barn onto an empty towel paper roll. Give them a green construction paper. Have the stuents tape an open paper clip to each animal so it can stand by its own. Have the children place their animals at the animal scene and name each one.
Ask questions about the color of the animals.
Teacher: What color is the pig ?
Students: It´s pink.
Or use the worksheet and make it a peep the animal barn.
Worksheet 2. Cut and glue the animals on the barn scene,
Worksheet 3 and 4.
Worksheet 5. The Farmer´s wheel.
Worksheet 6. I added a tail to each animal using colored yarn.
This is a farmer trace book. pratice with numbers.
I made some dice, one with numbers and another one with farm animals.
Print more than 6 cutout animals. Make big dice, one with numbers and another with the animals. Have three students come to the front. The first student rolls the number die and says the number. The second rolls the animal die and says the animals name.
Student 1: five
Student 2: pig
Student 3: five pigs ( attaches five pigs on the farm)
I always include flashcards. I know that many teachers love them.
Letter arts and crafts. Lots of teachers have bought my products with Letter Arts and Craft. I know that it´s a plus to have this resource on hand.
Farm Animal Bodies.
And animals eat, just as I did with pets and zoo animals.
I researched what these animals can eat. Here´s a list:
Cows: grass, maize, hay, turnips, beet
Sheep and goats: grass, hay, maize, beet, clover, corn
Pigs: turnips, vegetable, fruit, corn, plants, grapes, apples, potatoes, peppers, celery, acron, grass, mushroom, corn, hay, pumpkin, beets.
Poultry - chickens, turkeys, quails, ducks and geese - grass. Ducks small fish, snails, grass, frogs, fruits. Hens grass, vegetables, seeds, grains.
I glued the cow onto a box and cut a slit on the mouth.
Sort the animals by pets, zoo and farm animals.
Just as I did in the animal posts, I included the cow family.
I do have another blog post: look it up under the farm label.
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