Lesson Plan on Farming (Erikson New Zealand)

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Kindergarten / ECE Lesson Plan – Lesson Plan on Farming (Erikson New Zealand), Erikson philosophy

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Farming is an important aspect of New Zealand’s economy and culture, and introducing preschoolers to this concept can help them develop an appreciation for the environment and the importance of sustainable practices.

To create a preschool learning environment that teaches farming, educators could incorporate elements such as a vegetable garden, farm animals, and nature walks. Children could learn about the different types of crops and animals that are commonly found on farms, as well as the importance of caring for the land and animals in a sustainable way.

Potential lesson plan ideas could include planting and caring for a vegetable garden, learning about the life cycle of farm animals, and exploring the different types of equipment and tools used on a farm. Children could also learn about the different types of food that come from farms and the importance of eating a healthy, balanced diet. By incorporating farming into preschool education, children can develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for the environment and the role that agriculture plays in our daily lives

Country

New Zealand

Framework

Te Whฤriki (New Zealand)

Theorist

Erik Erikson

Subject

Farming

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