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Barn Babies

In the spring, lots of new animals are born on the farm. Meet the tiniest barn babies around.

For Grown-Ups

What you’ll need

  • Your CK Jr. toolkit

  • Dish soap or bath bubbles (optional)
  • Medicine dropper or old toothbrush (optional)

Ask About Today

What are the names of some baby animals that live on the farm?

Explore

est. 30 min

Farm Babies

Moo! Baaa! You know all the noises animals make, but this is what they really sound like.

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Meet the Farm Animals

There are so many animals on the farm! You’ll meet all the parents and babies in this book.

Dr. Pol’s Barnyard Babies

Dr. Pol introduces us to a baby horse. If you like this, keep watching to meet more baby animals.

Create

est. 30 min

Baby Bath Time

Animal babies get dirty from playing in the mud. Now it’s bath time!

Toolkit Materials:

Other Materials:

Dish soap or bath bubbles (optional); medicine dropper or old toothbrush (optional)

Adult Supervision Required

Grown-Ups

Take your camper outside with their animal figurines and let them play in the dirt or mud. (Alternately, they can paint their animals if you prefer to stay indoors.) Then offer a bin of water for a “bath” with cups and spoons for scooping. Add a drop or two of optional dish soap or bath bubbles. Medicine droppers and an old toothbrush can extend this activity.

Kids

Get your animals dirty, then give them a bath! Scrub, rinse, and play. Make sure they’re squeaky clean.

Read

est. 15 min

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Three Billy Goats Gruff

Can the three billy goats get across the bridge? Watch out for the mean old troll!

Scary Scenes
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Baby Farm Animals

Learn the names of all the baby farm animals in this non-fiction book, read aloud by Ms. Torres.

Move

est. 5 min

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A Pig On Her Head

Huh? That’s a funny place for a pig. Sing and dance along with this silly song.

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