Early Years Farm Unit!

Ok, so I’m only a couple of months late in sharing this with you all!! It’s been on my never-ending list of things to do! Seeing as though today is a public holiday in Victoria, I have a bonus day to get things done. YAY!! So……. here is your intro to my Early Years Farm Unit!

Every year in Prep/Kindergarten we do a unit on the farm which includes my favourite thing – an excursion!!! It’s always loads of smelly, sometimes messy fun!!! It’s always a joy to see my students in an outdoors environment, having fun while they’re learning!

So, after many years of teaching this unit, I decided to create the perfect Farm Pack to assist me and others in teaching it!

I have included HEAPS of printables, books and resources (around 90 pages worth) to go with it :)

Introducing…… my early years
FARM UNIT!
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Click on the unit cover for you own copy of this unit.
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Our Excursion to the Collingwood Children’s Farm

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This unit works beautifully when distance learning or in the home schooling environment. It includes 107 pages of the following:

– Farm Animal Word Wall Cards Display (includes baby animals)

– Label the animal Posters & Activities (Colour and Black and White)

– Baby Farm Animal Puzzle

– Farm Animals Classroom Book

– Baby Animals Individual Student Emergent Reader

– Farm Facts: Non-Fiction Research and Writing Books and Activities

– Student ‘Farmer’ Name Tags (For Excursions)

– Pre-Farm Excursion Activities

– Post-Farm Excursion Activities

– Labelled Diagrams

– Graphic Organisers

– Information Text Topic Web Plans

If you like the look of my Early Years Farm Unit, you might like to head over to my store to have a browse of my other Inquiry Units. I’ve got eight available, ranging from Plants, to Water, to Bugs & Minibeasts, to Community Helpers!

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