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Kindergartners take virtual fieldtrip to Ohio farm

Fairley Elementary School kindergartners recently took a virtual field trip to a farm in Zanesville, Ohio.

The students interacted with the farm owner to learn about agriculture, animals and farm tools. They sang “Old McDonald,” identified various animals and discussed the difference between hens and roosters.

Through the virtual connection, facilitated by the CiTi Distance Learning program, students saw animals and asked questions about farm life. The students were excited to find answers to questions about animal habitats, feeding habits and other behavior.


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Christopher Staats, Superintendent
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