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Submitted by WendyInstead of a gingerbread house make a gingerbread barn. You can even add grass and cows
Submitted by an Unknwon FriendWhen talking about all of the great things that you get from farms. Make butter just like the farmers do with you class. It is real easy, just put whipping cream in a jar, then let your kids take turns shaking it soon the cream will turn into butter. To speed up the process you can add a marble to the jar. When done have the butter on bread for snack
Submitted by HollieCut an egg carton bottoms (the part the eggs sit in) into its twelve sections (or use half of a toilet paper roll). Let the children paint it and put the nostrils on it. Next attach string to both sides (staple or punch holes and tie) and your children have cute pig noses.
Submitted by TonyaCut our horse shape minus the legs from paper or cardboard, Have your children attach clothespins to the horses to make their legs. These make great toys because the horses can stand up on their clothespins.
Submitted by CandyInstead of a gingerbread house make a gingerbread barn. You can even add grass and animals.
The School Barn
Submitted by CharlotteMake your dramatic play area into a barn
*Put hay on the floor (check to make sure no one is allergic)
*add a saddle
*Provide your children with stick horses
*Decorate with farm animals (horses, cows, etc)
*Make a pretend campfire in the middle (rolled up newspaper with yellow and orange crepe paper)
Pigs in a Blanket
Submitted by an Unknown FriendHave the classic pigs in a blanket for snack
Submitted by an Unknown FriendTalk to your children about how farmers often mix different foods or leftovers, then give them a slop snack by mixing different yummy snacks (M&M's, pretzels, chips, etc)
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