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AH-EP-2.3.1 - Donkey folklore, Buck for a Buck.
PL-EP-1.1.8 - Rules of the farm
PL-EP/PL-04-2.2.4 & 2.2.5 - Rules of games at the farm
PL-EP/PL-04-3.1.4 - Recycling
PL-EP/PL-04-4.1.1 - Things we do to make money on a farm
PL-EP/PL-04-4.1.2 - Job as a farmer that feeds people
SC-EP-3.4.1 - Habitats of the animals
SC-EP-3.4.3 - Deer antlers, Buffalo horns
SC-EP/SC/04-4.6.1 - What animals eat to survive
SC-EP-4.7.1 - Why buffalo were always on the move
SC-05-3.5.2 - How animals gather food
SC-EP/SC-04/SC-05-4.6.2 - Plants must have sun to grow food
SC-04-4.7.2 - How trash can damage the earth
SS-EP/SS-04-2.1.1 - Buffalo, American Bison, Tatonka
SS-04-2.3.1 - How settlers traded with Indians
SS-EP-3.1.1 - Using animals hides for shelter & clothing
SS-04-3.1.1 - Why frontiersmen came to Kentucky
SS-EP/SS-04-4.4.1 - Buffalo wool, pond cat-tails
SS-EP-1.3.2 - Recycling
SS-EP/SS-04-3.4.2 - Why new equipment is better than horses
SS-EP-4.1.1 - Use map of farm
SS-EP/SS-04-4.3.2 - Hwy 68 was a buffalo trail
SS-04-5.2.1 - Kentucky state symbols
SS-04-5.2.2 - Frontiersmen coming to Kentucky to hunt/live
SS-EP/SS-04-5.2.3 - Old phones and farm & house equipment
SS-04-3.4.1 - Why crops are grown to feed America
SS-04-1.1.1 - Making corn into cornmeal
Social Studies - Historical Awareness

Science - Theme 2.4; 2.5; 2.6

Component 3 - Theme 3.6
Component 4 - Theme 4.1; 4.2; 4.3; 4.5; 4.6

 

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