Field Trips: Early Learning

Welcome to Field Trips for Early Learners! Our current program offerings for this age group (preschool to kindergarten) are below. We can also modify content and activities within a theme to meet your group’s interests and needs and will happily work with you to customize lessons or create new ones.

For more information regarding our field trip programs, including fees, please visit our School Field Trips page.

Field Trip Registration Steps:

  1. Fill out a Field Trip inquiry form.
  2. Someone from our Education Team will set up a time to connect over the phone to review a few details and help to individualize your field trip to best suit your needs.
  3. We will send you a registration form to finalize your field trip.

Fall Fun On The Farm

There is so much fun on the farm in the fall. Pumpkins are only the tip of the gourdberg. Explore the Reggio-inspired, open-ended, child-led adventures that await us in fall on the farm. We will use our senses to engage with the seasons’ colors, smells, tastes, sounds, and sensations, but watch out; we may get silly with all the fall wiggles and giggles.

Pumpkin Science

Let’s journey together to our pumpkin patch, where students and educators will pick out their very own pumpkin, all while engaging in an age-appropriate exploration of the life cycle of plants, plant parts, and their functions.

Seeds and Their Needs

Together, we will investigate the role of seeds on the farm and the natural world around us. We will examine seeds, discover which are in the same plant family, why this matters on a farm, and what plants need to succeed.

Pollinators, Plants, and People

Join us on a journey around the farm as we discover how senses are integral to the survival of pollinators, plants, and people. This field trip includes delicious taste testing, so prepare to harvest and try different delicious crops.

Looking to extend your time on the farm? Add a book stroll to any field trip! Weaving together imagination and experience, we will read a story and stroll throughout the farm to search for more connections to the farm and the natural world around us.