Use these dairy unit studies and resources to help your kids better understand the nutritional value of dairy and the hard work put in by dairy farmers to care for their animals. Farmers are the backbone of America. I never really knew how hard they worked and what farm work entailed, until I met my husband. He now farms his family’s land and the work is super hard. I would have never thought this city girl would be anywhere near a farm… but God.
I just missed National Dairy Month in June, but I am thinking it is still worth a try this year to teach kids about dairy cows, dairy goats, dairy farming, and about the products that are made from milk. There are a ton of dairy unit study resources that you can use, but this post narrows the list down to 32 resources to save you a little time. In this list, you will find recipes, videos, printables, crafts, activities, lesson plans, websites, and Facebook pages of dairy farmers to show your kids.
Farm Anatomy: The Curious Parts and Pieces of Country Life (Julia Rothman)Nature Anatomy: The Curious Parts and Pieces of the Natural World (Julia Rothman)Food Anatomy: The Curious Parts & Pieces of Our Edible World (Julia Rothman)Fun-schooling Curriculum – Homeschooling with Minecraft: The Beginners Journal Animal and Farm ThemeAnimal Farm (Study & Revise for Gcse)Farm Animals – Research Handbook: Art, Science and Creative Writing Workbook (Teach Yourself to Draw – Series 2) (Volume 8)School Age Curriculum: Farm, Garden and Animals (Farm, Garden & Animals) (Volume 11)
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