Farm Animals

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Farm Animals by Mind Map: Farm Animals

1. Social Studies

1.1. Visit to local farm to look at farm animals, their habitat, eating habits, grooming.

1.2. The traditional farm

1.2.1. New node

1.3. The modern farm

2. Science

2.1. Food products we get from animals

2.2. Guest speaker to speak on milk and eggs

2.3. Where does milk come from

2.4. Where do eggs come from

2.5. Where does beef, pork, chicken come from

3. Art

3.1. Create farm animals from various materials

3.2. Group Project: Collage of farm scene

3.3. Farm animal puppets

4. Creative play

4.1. Have grocery store set up with assortment of farm foods, cash register etc.

5. Health

5.1. Proper sanitary methods after touching animals.

5.2. Farm animal safety

6. English

6.1. Practice handwriting by writing farm animal names

6.1.1. New node

6.2. Write Stories about animals and farms

6.3. Read books on Farm animals

6.4. Rhymes about animals

6.5. Vacabulary development

7. Mathematics

7.1. Counting and addition using Farm animal counters

7.2. Creating patterns using farm animal counters

7.3. Logic and reasoning: Sort and match animals by attribute

7.4. Measurement: which animal weighs more

7.5. Geometry: Shapes that make up farm animals

8. Music

8.1. Learn and sign farm animal songs

8.2. Make up new farm animal song

8.3. Make Farm animal sounds

9. Dramatic Play

9.1. Allow children to dress up and create a farm animal scene and then move and make sounds like farm animals

9.2. Have children reenact a farm animal story.