School Field Trips

 

Students visiting Learning Tree Farm will enjoy exploring our barns, garden, wooded trails and Century House in a hands-on and interactive way. Visitors will have the opportunity to engage in STEAM learning by:

  • Visit with our sheep, pigs, ponies, goats, cows, ducks, chickens and more
  • See what is growing in our teaching garden and sample a variety of vegetables, fruits, and herbs
  • Hike in our woods and fields; take a special trip to the tire swing and observation deck
  • Visit the Century House – an 1800’s era farmhouse
  • Play on the tractors in our outdoor play area
  • Bring a lunch or snack to enjoy in our covered picnic shelter

Cost: $8 per student and per chaperone. Teacher admission is always complimentary!

Spring

Spring on the Farm

Students will learn about the life cycle of a plant and will get to plant a flower of their own to take home.

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Summer Farm Adventures

Summer brings warmer weather, a productive garden and extra time to enjoy all that the farm has to offer.

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Off-Site Programming

Farm staff are able to create a special program for your facility. (November-March and limited summer dates)

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Autumn on the Farm

Fall means pumpkins, cooler weather, and an opportunity to see the farm as we prepare for harvest.

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Explore the Farm

A self-guided experience for groups of all ages to explore at their own pace and discover all the farm has to offer.

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The Ohio Pioneer Experience

Students learn the story of the Funderbergs, the pioneer family who first settled on the Farm.

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PreK – Kindergartners will enjoy a day of discovery by using their five senses while at each of our favorite spots around the farm.

Kindergartners -1st Graders will enjoy a day on the farm exploring all things living and nonliving!

2nd – 3rd graders will enjoy a day of discovery as we compare the similarities and differences between people, plants, and animals found at the farm!

Looking for Something Different?

 

We welcome the opportunity to work with you and develop a program that fits your curriculum. Scouts, learners with disabilities, church groups and others can use the farm as their outdoor classroom for a variety of topics including STEAM, history and environmental education.

 

Contact us at [email protected] to discuss the possibilities!

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