The very lovely girls from Ashton Underhill Rainbows and Brownies learnt that farmers not only look after the farm animals on their farm but also the wild animals. After pond dipping the girls made a home for some wild animals…….

The visitor room had a touch of Christmas about it, as a group visited to experience Christmas on the farm and take home their Christmas crafts. 

 

Hosted a fun lego party this weekend, a joint effort between myself and a friend. 

When the children arrived they traced a lego man from a light box. 

The wonderful children and staff from Badsey First Holiday Club came to the farm today and had the most glorious Autumn weather. An improvement on their very wet summer holiday visit! 

After the health and safety talk I split the group into teams. Each team was given a bucket and asked to fill it with items from nature during our farm walk. They took the instruction literally and the buckets were overflowing, infact half way through the walk we left them on the side of a field to be picked up later, as they were too heavy. 

We went into the orchard to pick up fallen cooking apples and acorns. Whilst looking at the cows water trough an apple was ‘accidentally’ dropped into the water. The children were quick to realise that throwing apples into water is good fun, as they quickly float back to the surface. 

At the end of the farm walk we went into the play wood and used the items in the bucket to create an Autumnal tree. Then after lunch the children used the collected cooking apples and acorns plus some conkers to make Halloween spiders. As the sun was shining still we headed out into the play wood for a long play with lots of mud. 

A lovely boy came to the farm for his fifth birthday party. He loves dinosaurs and so part of the party was spent in the den building wood building ‘dino dens’ for my dinosaurs. The autumn leaves on the floor proved to be great camouflage material.