What a beautiful day at the farm! We could not have asked for better weather in late October. The pumpkin patch was a blast, and offered an array of farm activities - of course ending in the actual picking of a pumpkin! A special thanks to our parent chaperones for braving the experience.
The morning of the trip, we started our day with table activities and free play.
Mrs. Anne was able to bring back a large pumpkin vine with flowers to show the kids last class after our trip. It was a great way to remind them where their pumpkins came from. After that we made our soup can pumpkin breads - if you didn't stop by to get yours, they will be sent home on Monday. Pretty yummy (I tried it)! I'll put some of those pictures up in a seperate post next week.
Alia Laack is a high school Family and Consumer Sciences teacher who runs the Early Childhood Education program at Century High School, including the Little Jags Preschool.