Farm Fresh

Academic Concepts & Vocabulary

<>Life Science

Farm Animals
bull, cat, chicken, cow, dog, donkey, duck, goat, hen, horse, pig, etc

Farm Animal Sounds
baa, beh, cock-a-doodle-do, grr, bow-wow, hee-haw, i-i-ay (neigh), moo, oink

Animal Characteristics
feather, fur, horn, leg, wing, etc.

broccoli, carrot, celery, chile, corn, lettuce, peas, radish, squash, etc.

apple, banna, lemon, orange, strawberry, watermelon, etc.

Living and Nonliving Things
alive, eat, food, grow, living, move, nonliving, not alive

Parts of the Body
arm, ear, eye, face, foot, hand, head, leg, nose, etc.

Social Studies

Farms and Gardens
animal, barn, chile patch, farm, farmer, flower, garden, grow, plant, seed, tool, tractor, truck, vegetable, water, etc.

key, map, symbol, title

Language Arts

Idioms/Ways to Say “Scram!”

beat it, get lost, go away, so long, etc.


big/little, heavy/light, etc.

Everyday Vocabulary

Cooking Terms
cut, mix, peel, slice, wash, etc.

Taste Words
bitter, hot, mild, salty, sour, sweet

Color, Size, Shape, and Number Words


in, on, etc.


Big Red Barn
 Margaret Wise Brown
Growing Vegetable Soup 
Lois Ehlert
Hugo Hogget
 Ina Cumpiano
The Midnight Farm
 Reeve Lindbergh
Pumpkin, Pumpkin
 Jeanne Titherington
Raccoons & Ripe Corn J
Jim Arnosky
Rosie's Walk
Pat Hutchins
Vegetable Garden 
 Douglas Florian

The vocabulary and book list on this page are provided in the series
"Into English!"

Hampton Brown.

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