Spring On The Farm
On a farm in the 1880s, everyone was expected to pitch in and help with chores, and there were no exceptions for young children. In the barn, they will help with chores while learning about the various animals a farm might have had, including goats and sheep, and how these animals were used. They will also visit the chicken coop to see and talk about chickens, with a chance to hold a baby chick. Other farm chores will be explored as well, including pumping water, and the importance of the farm bell.