Photos from 4th grade trip to Farm Heritage Celebration (Oct 2, 2015)

Every fall the Southeast 4th grade visits the Farm Heritage Celebration in Parsons. Students learn how pioneers settled the area and lived their lives. They get milk a “cow” and see some of the early machines farmers used, like a rock crusher and hay baler, as well as what was once considered an “elite” home. For many, the best part is the kettle korn, and for others its shooting a B.B. gun or bow and arrow.

Students learn about the state of Kansas’s Farm Heritage (KOAM-TV)

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