(Y) Yee-Haw, Farms are Fun!
Country life compared to city life is a recurring theme. Children even if they live on the farm, love to study the agricultural community. Barns, machinery, crops, and animals provide a rich variety to the farm unit. At this time, a comparison of country life vs city life is a good extension comparing farms during the day and at night also extends student learning. Field trips and visitors are a rich resources, to use prior to completing this glyph. Studying the farm animals is also a good link to the science curriculum.
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Good books to read while studying farms are:
Farming By: Ann Love
Farming Counting Book: By: Jane Miller
Over on the Farm – Accounting Picture Rhyme By: Christopher Gunson
Color Farm By: Lois Ehlert
Splitting the Herd – A Corral of Odds and Even By: Trudy Harris
Sitting on the Farm By: Bob King
Midnight Farm By: Reese Lindbergh
Benjamin Barn By: Reese Lindbergh
Wheels that Work in the Country By: Don Kelly
On Uncle Johns Farm By: Sally Fetq - Gibbon
What a Wonderful Day to be A Cow By: Carolyn Lesser
Charlie the Ranch Dog By: Ree Drummond