Fun at the pumpkin patch
Published 11:49 am Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Courtesy of Harlan County Schools
Megan Saylor’s kindergarten class at Cumberland Elementary School participated in a pumpkin investigation.
After visiting a pumpkin patch on a field trip, students in Megan Saylor’s class at Cumberland Elementary School measured their class pumpkin to see how many cubes tall it was, counted and compared numbers of seeds and helped clean out the pumpkin.
Students in Megan Saylor’s class at Cumberland Elementary School also made predictions if the pumpkin would sink or float then put their predictions to the test and found out pumpkins float
Wallins Elementary School third grade classes recently visited Oakes Farm.
A retired teacher from the farm gave a mini lesson to Wallins students about planting seeds and how they grow during.
Kindergarten students at Cumberland Elementary School visited Hillview Stables Pumpkin Patch on Oct. 3.
Students also navigated through a corn maze, fed and pet animals, travel through a hay bale tunnel and picnic with horses.
Cumberland Elementary School students enjoyed a field trip at Hillview Stables Pumpkin Patch recently.
Recently Kindergartners at Cumberland Elementary School visited Hillview Stables Pumpkin Patch.
A Kindergartner from Cumberland Elementary School enjoyed the slide at Hillview Stables Pumpkin Patch recently.
Students took a hayride to a pumpkin patch and could pick their own pumpkins off the vine.