Students learn from farm visit


Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Issue 17, Volume 17.


Students learn from farm visit - Courtesy photo. - Iowa Street School student Chris H. feeds a goat at the Julian Mining Company. They were on a field trip to learn about early American farm life.
Iowa Street School student Chris H. feeds a goat at the Julian Mining Company. They were on a field trip to learn about early American farm life.

Students learn from farm visit - Courtesy photo. - Veronica A. holds a goat at the Julian Mining Company. One of the highlights of the visit to the Julian farm was collecting food and feeding the animals.
Veronica A. holds a goat at the Julian Mining Company. One of the highlights of the visit to the Julian farm was collecting food and feeding the animals.

Students learn from farm visit - Courtesy photo. - Grace A. is ready to make a candle by dipping string into hot wax. She and her classmates explored life on a colonial farm with activities also including butter making, writing with quill and ink pens, and gardening.
Grace A. is ready to make a candle by dipping string into hot wax. She and her classmates explored life on a colonial farm with activities also including butter making, writing with quill and ink pens, and gardening.


 

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