Homeschool educators create, build, and supplement curriculum that is suitable for their children. A popular option for many of these educators is to create unit study packages that incorporate various forms of study resources, worksheets, and coloring pages. Farming is a wonderful way to introduce everything from animals to the alphabet. If you are a homeschool parent, and you are trying to create a curriculum for your child, here are some of the ways you can incorporate farm coloring pages into your unit and curriculum studies.
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Farm Alphabet Coloring Book
If you are creating a curriculum for a preschool-aged child, the alphabet is probably at the top of the learning list. You may already have the standard ways of teaching the alphabet incorporated into the curriculum. For example, you may be using letter tracing pages, drawing pages, and other letter practice. You can add some excitement to the traditional learning methods by adding farm animals.
Farm animal coloring pages can teach your child a farm animal associated with the letter and the sound associated with the letter. You can find animals for each letter and combine them to make a curriculum coloring book.
Farm Animal Habitat Pages
The way farm animals live can teach your child a lot, not only about the animal but also about nature. For example, seeing how a pig lives and grows compared to how a cow lives in grows can show your child basic lifestyle and growth differences. They can learn big and small based on the size of an adult pig to the baby pig. Your child can also use the habitat coloring pages to see the differences between what animals enjoy in their environment. For example, horses like having hay bales nearby and live in a stable while a pig lives in a pig enclosure or pen and eats a mixture of foods.
Farm Animal Information Pages
If part of your curriculum is teaching your child basic information about animals, such as what they do and how they can help us, then informational coloring pages may be ideal. You can mix these pages into the various parts of your unit study and curriculum. Farm animal information coloring pages tend to have the name of the animal as well as how long they live, how they are born, and what they provide to the farm. This can teach children about life cycles and give them the basic knowledge of various farm animals they may see in their daily life or in their future studies.
Where Our Food Comes From
Many parents try to ensure their children know where their food comes from. There are several reasons for this. One of the main reasons deals with the eating habits of the family, such as vegan diets where animals are not harmed for food. Another reason may be a faith-based reason such as Kosher eating in Jewish homes. You can use farm animal coloring pages to discuss what meat or food items the animal provides and how that food is gathered and used.
What Farm Animals Need to Live
Taking care of and understanding farm animals includes knowing what farm animals need to live. You can find farm animal coloring pages that show the type of foods the animals eat and how many of those foods they need. This can help children learn how to take care of certain animals. It can also show them what different processes and steps go into keeping animals healthy on the farm so they can provide for the farm and family.