Learning About Community Service at the Farm

Learning About Community Service at the Farm

Learning About Community Service at the Farm

Mis Manos Montessori School had the kids learn about community service by visiting a farm and helping the farmers! The kids loved giving-back to their community by assisting the farmers with everything from collecting hay to feed horses, sifting sand to find horse patties, brushing horses, feeding chickens, tending to a garden, and more!

Learning about the importance of farms

The kiddos learned how farms are where much of our food comes from. Animals such as horses help to plow the fields that grow our produce, chickens lay the eggs that provide us with a delicious key ingredient in lots of foods (eggs are in so much, and gardens grow all kinds of delicious foods for us.

Discussing why community service matters

The kids talked about why it is important to give back to our communities and be selfless. By helping others and treating them the way we would want to be treated we make the World a better place!

Source for photos: Mis Manos Montessori School

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Learning About Community Service at the Farm
January 23, 2021
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