The Ohio Pioneer Experience

Education Staff Guided

 

DEVELOPED FOR SECOND – SIXTH GRADE

Live the history of Ohio during the 1800s. Students will learn the story of the Funderbergs, the pioneer family who first settled on what is now Learning Tree Farm. They will get a sense of farm life as they work with our staff at multiple stations. Students will use authentic 19th century tools including corn shellers, wheat grinders, and washtubs. They will also discover Ohio’s Native American influence through the story of the “The Three Sisters” and by grinding corn. As a special treat, students will make their own butter!

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

Questions can be emailed to our Director of Farm Operations, at [email protected]

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Visitors can expect to:

Visit with our sheep, pigs, ponies, goats, cows, ducks, chickens and more

Encounter the Century House – an 1800’s era farmhouse

Hike through our woods and fields and visit the tire swing and observation deck

See what's growing in our garden – sample the vegetables and herbs

Play on the tractors in our outdoor play area

Bring their lunch or snack to enjoy in our covered picnic shelter