A Day on The Farm
A Day On The Farm
School and educational opportunities available by advance reservation only
“What does the rooster say?”
Designed especially for kindergarten and first grade, this is a fun and exciting fast- paced program introducing youngsters to life on the farm. Children learn about and interact with various farm animals, such as our pig, Squirt, our chickens, goats, quail, Florida heritage “Cracker” cattle and rabbits. They learn about the role of animals on the farm and will learn where milk, eggs, meat, honey, vegetables and sugar cane come from. The experience may include a hayride and a tour of the vegetable garden.
Minimum number of students for staff led programs is 20. Large school groups may require two days.
One adult (teachers or chaperones) per 5 students for program participation for $5 each
This program is available on Monday thru Friday.
Program starts at 10 am and ends at 11:30 am.
Arrive 10:00 am
Lunch 11:30 am
Depart for school 12:00 pm
Picnic tables are available for bagged lunches. Refillable water bottles are ideal.
Entrance to the park is included in the donation fees of the program.
COST: $10 per student, $5 per adult
REMINDERS: Dress comfortably and wear appropriate clothing (closed-toed shoes and hats, etc.). Make sure to bring mosquito repellant and sunscreen. Please refrain from using Deet products as they harm bees and we are beekeepers. Refillable water bottles are ideal.
To Register: please fill out the registration form below with your first and second choices of dates. Please email the form to: [email protected]
For more information, please contact:
Dixie Resnick, School Group Coordinator
or call (941) 322-1000
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Please sign and return by mail or bring with you this liability waiver. Thank you!
NGFSSS Next Generation Florida Sunshine State Standards:
- Make observations of living things and their environment using five senses.
- Identify the major parts of plants, including stem, roots, leaves, and flowers.
- Differentiate between living and nonliving things.
- Make observations that plants and animals closely resemble their parents, but variations exist among individuals within a population.
- Through observation, recognize that all plants and animals, including humans, need the basic necessities of air, water, food, and space.
- Identify healthy behaviors.