Wondering how to teach the Super Simple Song “The Animals On The Farm”? Join Caitie as she introduces the song, shows you how to lead your classroom in singing the song, and provides some activity ideas to extend on the song.
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Hang this lyrics poster for “The Animals On The Farm” on the wall in the classroom or at home. Print it out for students to read along with at home or in the class, or simply use it for your own personal reference. The lyrics posters are designed to be printed on A3 size paper… Read more »
The Animals On The Farm are having a concert! But watch out for the pesky mouse. Where is he hiding? Is he in, on, next to, or behind something? Use these flashcards to go with the YouTube video, “The Animals On The Farm.“
Practice farm animal vocabulary with this simple worksheet. Review the names of the animals and the sounds they make as you color them. Then, use a crayon or pencil to match the animals to their silhouettes. When you’re finished, ask students if they have ever been to a farm. What animals did they see?
Meet the animals on the farm! As you color the different animals, talk about what sounds they make. Listen to the song “The Animals On The Farm” and point to the animals as you hear them.
This worksheet makes a great listening exercise for the song “The Animals On The Farm .” Listen to the song once, then listen to it again and fill in the blanks. A word box is provided to assist students with spelling. For an extra challenge, have students fold over the top part of the sheet… Read more »
Let’s count the animals on the farm. How many horses do you see? Write the number on the line. This worksheet is great for practicing writing numbers, and for introducing plurals. One horse, two horses. What about sheep and mouse?
Practice writing number words by counting the farm animals. On this worksheet, have students spell the number words. How many horses do you see? How do you spell two? Also, notice that sheep and mouse don’t follow the typical pattern for plural words. Practice with students by saying the singular and plurals of the different… Read more »
Let’s make our own farm! Draw pigs, sheep, horses, cows, roosters, and more. This versatile worksheet goes well with a variety of songs, including “The Animals On The Farm,” “Old McDonald,” and “Good Morning, Mr. Rooster.” Or, use it to accompany a farm related book. No matter how you use it, this worksheet is a… Read more »
Review farm animal vocabulary with this simple writing worksheet. Find the animal’s shadow and write the word on the line. Follow up the worksheet by talking about the sounds the animals make. For more advanced students, fold over the bottom section of the worksheet.