|The Potato Harvest
Jean Francois Millet, 1814 –1875
Tomorrow, October 12 is ‘Old Farmer’s Day’ so why not plant some new tales in your repertoire!
The Crows in the Corn – United States
The Farmer and the Badger - Japan
The Farmer’s Present - India
The Farmer and His Three Sons
The Farmer and the Money Lender – India
The Farmer and the Serpent – India
The Farmer’s Son Becomes a Hunter – West Africa
The Farmer’s Wife of Deloraine – Scotland
The Little Farmer - Germany
The Tortoise, the Dog and the Farmer - Africa
What the Old Man Does Is Always Right – Denmark
Carol Hurst’s Children’s Literature Site – A number of lovely children’s book selection on the subject of farms.
DLTK-Kids – A barnyard of fun; horses, lambs, ducks, donkeys and more.
Mice are always around the farm so why not let them add to the fun. If you need some fun songs, fingerplays, and stories about our little friends, head on over to this blog post I wrote to celebrate Race Your Mouse Day.
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