Welcome to class!
In today’s class, we’re going to continue our journey into the world of farming by learning about “Methods of Controlling Rodents, Birds, and Crabs” – the enemies of farmers.
Farmers’ Enemies: Methods Of Controlling Rodents, Birds And Crabs II
Imagine you have a big, beautiful farm with lots of yummy crops. 🌽🍓 But there are some tricky creatures like rodents, birds, and crabs who want to munch on your harvest. What do we do? We become farm heroes, that’s what!
Today, we’ll learn some smart ways farmers protect their crops from these crafty critters.
Smart Ways Farmers Protect Their Crops
Think of it like this: Imagine you have a treasure chest full of golden coins. You’d want to keep it safe, right? Farmers use special tricks to protect their “crop treasures.”
Have you ever seen a scarecrow in a field? 🌾 Scarecrows wear funny clothes and hats. They scare away birds by waving their arms and keeping a close watch on the fields.
Another way farmers protect their crops is by using nets or fences. It’s like putting a magical barrier around the treasure chest!
Picture a huge net surrounding your favorite cookies. No sneaky hands can grab them! Farmers use nets or fences to keep birds and crabs away from their delicious crops.
Near the water, some farmers use special traps to catch crabs. They make sure not to catch too many and only the ones that might harm the crops.
Today, we learned how farmers keep their crops safe from rodents, birds, and crabs by using scarecrows, nets, fences, and careful crab traps.
Here’s a fun task for you today! Draw a scarecrow in a field or a farm with a protective net around it. Imagine you’re the farmer, and these are your clever ways to keep your crops safe.
Can you tell me one way farmers protect their crops from birds? 🌾 Raise your hand and share your farming superhero idea!
Ask your grown-ups to find a book or look online for stories about farmers and how they protect their crops. You might discover more exciting tricks!
We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!
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