My Farm Food Worksheets
The people at My School Lunch have created lots of resources and lesson plans on a mini site called My Farm Food.
If you're looking for a quick printable fun worksheet about crops that grow, this one has a tractor spot the difference, a match-the-crop-to-the-product activity and a potato drawing activity.
If you want a printable worksheet about basic farmyard animals, this is the one for you. Children have to match animals to the food they produce, where they are kept, and draw pictures of everyday farm activities.
Hedgehog Home This lovely step by step guide of instructions will show you how to make a wonderful home for hedgehogs you may find in your garden, or encourage wandering hedgehogs to make their home in your garden. Great if you want someone to eat your slugs! Some of the project is adult led because of tools needed but kids will love helping with screwing and constructing their very own safe hedgehog box. On the printable PDF there are also cute tips and facts...
Underground Animal Activities Teaching kids about animals that live underground could at first seem like a messy task, but by doing these activities with them it enables them to learn about insects and other underground creatures whilst having fun at the same time! We found these great ideas over at Fantastic Fun and Learning. The first activity uses toy bugs to get kids started, rather than digging up the garden to find real underground creatures. This underground small wo...
Printable farm colouring sheets These 6 printout colouring sheets are a great activity for kids and cover every area of the farm. You can also use them for other things, such as trying to name all of the animals you can see and what food or product they produce. We found them over on the Brave Kid Games website and you can print them off directly from the website by simply clicking on the images. You can find the printouts here....
What's Wrong With Our Food System? This is an impressive and heart felt message given by an 11 year old boy, expressing his concerns about farming methods and food production. We found it on the Tedwebsite. Birke Baehr has become passionate about the need to change the way the food production system works, and hopes to do so by inspiring other children to care too, one child at a time. He describes alternative, healthy and more ethical ways to produce our foo...