Field Trips

We offer educational field trips for public schools, private schools, and home school groups Monday-Friday from September 19-October 28.

Every child that participates on our trip will learn about the needs and life cycle of corn, take a wagon ride to our Pumpkin Patch and have time to play some agricultural games.  Upper elementary will also explore the history of Native Americans that lived in this area, and lower elementary students will learn about the pumpkin life cycle.  We also have a lesson covering caves and minerals upon the teacher's request. We have a farm animal zoo, restrooms, and a picnic area.

 

Grade Level Content

The information covered during our trip lines up with the following MO grade level expectations:

Science Strand 3-characteristics and interactions of living organisms,
1. A,B, and D
2. B
Social Studies    Viability and Diversity of Native American cultures before Europeans came  3a A
Examine cultural interactions among these groups from colonial times to the Civil War
1.  Native Americans  3a F
Evaluate the impact of westward expansion on the Native Americans in Missouri
3a. I b

 

COST - $5 per person (classroom teachers and bus drivers are free) - This includes:

  • Educational Lesson
  • Short Corn Maze
  • Wagon Ride
  • Cow Train Ride
  • Corn Cannon
  • Giant Corn Jump

Call Charity for an appointment at (417) 762-2276 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.