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Farm Charm

barn farm building used for livestock and storage

farm land used to raise crops or animals

fertilizer manure or chemicals to enrich the soil

plants living things that cannot move and can make its own food

soil earth or ground, especially the surface layer


Tops and Bottoms

flower petals and pistil of a plant

fruit pulpy, edible product of a plant or tree

leaves flat, thin, usually green part growing from a plant stem

root underground part of a plant

seed the part of the plant from which a new one will grow

stem stalk of a plant or flower

weed unwanted plant, as in a lawn


Little Red Hen’s Pizza

dairy milk products such as yogurt, cheese, and milk

grains the seed of a food plant such as wheat and corn

farm land used to raise crops or animals

pork food that comes from pigs

soil earth or ground, especially the surface layer

wheat a type of grain that can be ground into flour


Crawly Critters

abdomen the last section of an insect, after the thorax, that contains the main organs of the insect and sting organs (if applicable)

antennae the feelers on the head of an insect

beneficial helpful or an advantage

compound eyes many small eyes within two larger eyes in an insect

pheromones substance secreted by animals to signal others of the same species

thorax middle section of an insect that typically holds the wings and three sets of legs

wings organ used by a bird or insect in flying


Forest & Me

erosion the process by which the surface of the earth is worn away by the action of water, glaciers, winds, waves, etc.

windbreak a growth of trees, a fence, or the like, that serve as a shelter from the wind

roots underground part of a plant

branches a limb or offshoot of the main stem

trunk the main stem of a tree

leaves flat, thin, usually green part growing from a plant stem

oxygen a colorless, odorless gas that humans and animals breathe (inhale)

carbon dioxide a colorless, odorless gas that humans and animals breathe out (exhale)

photosynthesis the process by which plants convert the carbon dioxide into their food, with the help of the energy from the Sun.