Today we got to visit a real Jewish farm in Putnam Valley, NY.
They run a program for homeschoolers and today's session focused on the life of a seed.
The girls made a seed ball of dirt, water and seeds that will be used for planting.
They then made edible seed balls by mixing peanut butter, sunflower seeds, oats, and sugar.
They helped plant and water a blueberry bush.
They enjoyed running around a chicken coop and holding a fresh egg.
More fun on the farm:
Finished the day rocking out with their improv band.
If you would like more information about the farm check out their website: http://www.jewishfarmschool.org/
FYI: They are having a festival this Sunday that is open to the public.