Harvest Unit Week Three – Rusty, Trusty Tractor

Harvest Unit Week Three – Rusty, Trusty Tractor

Harvest Time Week Three – The Rusty, Trusty Tractor

 

 

I don’t have any notes from our week yet. We had our big Alpaca field trip on Monday then we all got sick. We all have a nasty cold around here and just doing the bare minimum to get by. Poor Pixie sounds terrible… as she put it yesterday morning “Mama I ate a Toad” which is her interpretation of us telling she sounds like she has a frog in her throat. I hope we are all feeling better for her birthday this weekend. Anyway, although we did enjoy the story the Rusty, Trusy Tractor, we will have to catch up with some of the projects next week. If you have completed Week Three activities please add your links in the comments.
 

Photo from our first time completing the “Tracks in the Mud” project.

This week we are working on Week Three of our Harvest Time unit. I will be posting a weekly update to give everyone a space to chat about the program. If you would like more information about the program you can learn more and download the free homeschooling curriculum on our Harvest Time page. All of the directions for the art projects, recipes and activities are included in the curriculum guide. If your family is participating in the Harvest Time curriculum either for homeschooling or after school enrichment we would love to hear about it! Please leave a comment in this post in regards to your experiences with Harvest Time’s Week Three activities. You are welcome, and highly encouraged to leave links to your Harvest Time’s Week Three blog posts or pictures in the comment section of this post.

Harvest Time Week Three
Primary Book: The Rusty, Trusty Tractor
Enrichment Book: Tractor (MACHINES AT WORK),
Activities: Butter Battle,
Field Trip Idea: Bakery,
Art: Children’s Games,
Poem: Little Boy Blue,
Flower Fairies: Mallow Fairy & Coloring Page

Links from Our first time completing the Unit…
Tractor Pulled Wagon Ride
Tracks in the Mud Art Project

If your family is working on the Harvest Time curriculum either full time or just for some family fun enrichment, you are welcome to add the Harvest Time button on your website. You can save the button to you computer and upload as a photo to your site (you may want to link it back to the Main Harvest Time Page http://weefolkart.com/content/harvest-time-preschoolkindergarten-curriculum) or just copy the green text below and add it to you site.

 

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Michelle ~ Wee Folk Art

5 Comments

  1. That is an incredibly cool tractor! I hope everyone is better for the bd party and that Pixie’s day is wonderful. I will have to remember, “I ate a toad” hehe.

  2. We got a late start on the Harvest Time Curriculum and our in the midst of a late October snow storm. So, we took the “Tracks in the Mud” activity indoors. We used chocolate pudding on freezer paper. It worked very well and the kids had so much fun making tracks and licking the “mud”.

    1. Yum chocolate pudding. I’m sure my kiddos would enjoy your indoor version. Glad your bunch had fun.


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