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A visit to an Apple and Pumpkin Farm. By: Mary Lou Whelan, Mary McManus & Susan Whitney July 19, 2002. Visit to an Apple & Pumpkin Farm. At the Farm How an apple grows How a pumpkin grows Animals at the farm. The Apple Orchard. Plant apple seeds in the soil.

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a visit to an apple and pumpkin farm

A visit to an Apple and Pumpkin Farm

By:

Mary Lou Whelan, Mary McManus & Susan Whitney

July 19, 2002

visit to an apple pumpkin farm
Visit to an Apple &Pumpkin Farm
  • At the Farm
    • How an apple grows
    • How a pumpkin grows
    • Animals at the farm
the apple orchard
The Apple Orchard
  • Plant apple seeds in the soil.
  • Seeds will grow into little sprouts.
  • A tree will grow.
  • Apple blossoms that are pollinated will grow into apples.
  • In the fall apples are ready to pick.
the pumpkin patch
The Pumpkin Patch
  • Plant pumpkin seeds in the soil.
  • The seeds will germinate and sprout.
  • Pumpkins will develop into vines, that grow along the ground.
  • Leaves, then blossoms, will appear to be pollinated.
  • The pumpkin will begin to grow from the blossom. They are green until the fall when they begin to turn orange.
animals on the farm
Animals on the Farm
  • Many farms have animals called livestock.
  • It is a lot of work to take care of all the different animals.
  • The animals live in a barn on the farm.
  • There are also fields to let the animals move around and graze on the grass.
  • All the animals eat certain foods that the farmer feeds them.
works sited
Works Sited
  • Slide 1-Apple http://www.mit.edu/activities/burton1/activ-ities/applepicking.html
  • Slide 1-Pumpkin http://www.kiddyhouse.com/Teachers/
  • Slide 2- Apple Tree http://www.bow.k12.nh.us/pcain/visitto.htm
additional website resources
Additional Website Resources
  • Pumpkin Theme: http://atozteacherstuff.com/themes/pumpkins.shtml