Looking for an educational field trip to a farm look no further, Tumbling N Farm is an educational farm. We offer four stations of learning some outside some inside. All learning stations contain hands-on learning. Some of the stations have lab experiments, some will have math and literacy activities, some will have art and craft projects. One thing they will all have is learning about agriculture.
Careers. Learn about all the jobs a farmer does.
Learn about caring for horses and goats. What are horses' jobs on the farm. Do you know what animals milk is the most consumed by the word's population? Watch goats play on their playground. Animals on our farm love to be petted and fed treats.
Food Science: Learn about vegetables from our fall gardens and planting. Fall fruit lesson about apples. Do you know you can dry apples?
Horticulture Science: What happens to the trees in Fall? Walk through our nature trail gathering leaves and pinecones for craft projects. Students will identify trees and their leaves for a leaf book.
Textile Science: Students will learn about clothing through math and literacy centers. What clothing and hats does a farmer wear?
Careers. What hats does a farmer wear in the many jobs on the farm.
Animal Science: Learn about caring for chickens, Ducks, and Rabbits. What other farm animals lay eggs? Can chickens fly? Can ducks swim? Visit all the farm animals horses, alpacas, sheep, and goats.
Food Science: Learn about chickens' and ducks' eggs. What food group do eggs belong to? Learn about MY PLATE five food groups.
Horticulture Science: What happens to plants in the Winter? Plant a winter seed. Learn about worms and their important role in the decomposition cycle. Visit our worm composting bin and feed the worms. Learn about Rocks, soil, and dirt.
Textile Science: What clothing keeps us warm in the winter and what clothing keeps us cool in the summer?
Careers. What are the Spring jobs on the farm?
Animal Science: Meet the farm animals family's mom, dad, and kids ( new spring babies). Learn about caring for Alpacas and Sheep.
Food Science: Learn about the food groups and the benefits of nutrients and minerals from our foods.
Horticulture Science: Learn about our spring vegetables, fruit, and flower gardens. Importance of pollination by butterflies and bees. Plant a flower seed to take home.
Textile Science: It's shearing time on the farm students will get to see a sheep or alpaca loose their winter coats. Students will make a craft item out of the animal's wool or fleece.
Days: Wednesday, Thursday or Friday
Chose your time:
9:00 am-10:30 am
9:30 am-11:00 am
10:00 am-11:30 am
Price: $12.00 per student
Minimum Number: 15 Students
Two teachers per class free
Have questions about our farm or want to reserve a field trip ? Contact us today and we'll be happy to help. You can reach us by phone, email, or by filling out the form on our website. We look forward to hearing from you! Call 678-232-5234 to reserve your date.
PDM1. The child will practice healthy and safe habits.
PDM2. The child will participate in activities related to nutrition.
PDM4. The child will use senses (sight, touch, hearing, smell, and taste) to explore the environment and process information.
APL3. The child will sustain attention to a specific activity and demonstrate persistence.
CDSC1. The child will demonstrate scientific inquiry skills.
CDSC2. The child will demonstrate knowledge related to dynamic properties of earth and sky.
CDSC3. The child will demonstrate knowledge related to living things and their environments.
CD-CR2 The child will create and explore visual art forms to develop artistic expression.
CD-CP1 The child will demonstrate awareness of cause and effect.
CLL1 The child will listen to conversations and demonstrate a comprehension.
CDSC5. The child will demonstrate an awareness of and the need to protect his/her environment.
CDSS3. The child will demonstrate an awareness of geography in his/her community.
CDSS4. The child will demonstrate an awareness of economics of his/her community.
CD-MA3 The child will explore and communicate about distance, weight, length, height, and time.
CD-MA4 The child will sort, seriate, classify and create patterns.
CD-MA6 The child will explore, recognize and describe shapes and shapes.