Field Trip to Ferdinand Farm

The Grade 2C  field trip to the Ferdinand Farm was a whirlwind of excitement and hands-on experiences. One of the highlights of the day was the interaction with domestic animals. The children were greeted by a lively barnyard filled with various farm animals. The students had the chance to feed and interact with the animals, learning about their habits and importance in farming. The laughter and joy echoed through the barnyard as the children forged connections with these furry friends, creating memories that would last a lifetime.

Another fascinating aspect of the trip was the archaeological diggings guided by knowledgeable educators, the young archaeologists eagerly unearthed hidden artifacts buried in the soil. The excitement was palpable as they discovered artifacts, connecting them to a world long past. This hands-on archaeological experience not only sparked curiosity but also provided a unique way for the students to explore history in a tangible and engaging manner.

As the day unfolded, the students transitioned to the world of art and crafts. They decorated their own artifacts using paints and had so much fun during the process

Grade 2C  field trip seamlessly blended interaction with domestic animals, hands-on archaeological diggings, and artistic expression. The combination of these activities created a well-rounded and memorable experience for the students, fostering a love for learning through immersive and engaging adventures.

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