Farm Animal Education create the opportunity for children to self-reflect through interactions and relationships with people, peers and animals in the barn environment.
Experiences with farm animals can teach responsibility, care and concern for another creature, and personal boundaries such as appropriate touch, movement, and fine and gross motor skills, as well as leadership and teamwork skills.
Every month the middle school students become primary caretakers, feeding animals, cleaning stalls and tending to the basic needs of the animals in our local community!
Did you know that kids today spend up to 25 percent less time enjoying nature than kids did just 20 […]
Experience nature at night – you can’t see anything but you can listen (all senses are concentrated […]
Setting up traps is a nature skill. It’s take patience and practice!
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