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Farm Field Trips

A Field Trip to Warbington Farms is Educational and Fun!

All farm field trips are planned by a certified teacher. Our programs are designed for all age groups and are aligned with the Georgia Standards of Excellence. We offer Spring and Fall farm learning opportunities.

Information about our Field Trips

  • Admission for Teachers and ParaPros is FREE!

  • We can handle groups of all ages and sizes. 

  • We cover Math, ELA, Science, Social Studies and even P.E. standards! 

  • We can customize any trip to cover any standard (just send us the standards you need us to include).

  • Enjoy lunch in our large covered pavilion (bring sack lunches) with views so breathtaking it will be hard to get back on the bus! 

 

SPECIAL NOTE:  We are eager to have field trips again for the 2022-2023 school year. Our family farm is an outside venue with plenty of room for social distancing and plenty of fresh air for the kids!

Fall Field Trips

Our Fall Field Trips are offered from September through November.

There are 2 educational packages to choose from.

  • Fall Field trips include a choice between a mini pumpkin per student, or a classroom pumpkin.

Group of children sitting on a bale of hay.

1. Fall Field Trip

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    Let students explore and learn life cycles with hands-on exploration and observation. Station One: Planting: Students will learn about plants through a seed to plant lesson AND they get to take home a strawberry plant! *Strawberry plants available while supplies last. If we are out of strawberry plants, we will give each student a seed to take home to germinate. Station Two: Hayride: Students will enjoy a ride to feed the cows and tour the farm while they see firsthand the Life-Science skills they are learning in the classroom. Station Three: Barnyard: Everyone loves spending time with and feeding our adorable animals! What better way to learn the basic needs of animals and other Life Science standards! Station Four: Fun Park: We even cover P.E. standards in our field trips! Students will have a blast playing on our jumping pillow, swings, slides, corn-crib and MORE! Each station lasts about 30 minutes.

Offered only September 1 to November 1

  • $9.75 per student.

  • Recommended for Pre-K thru 2nd grade.

  • NOW includes a mini water bottle for each student.

Group of children walking through corn maze.

2. Maze of Standards

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    Let students explore and learn life cycles with hands-on exploration and observation. Station One: Planting: Students will learn about plants through a seed to plant lesson AND they get to take home a strawberry plant! *Strawberry plants available while supplies last. If we are out of strawberry plants, we will give each student a seed to take home to germinate. Station Two: Hayride: Students will enjoy a ride to feed the cows and tour the farm while they see firsthand the Life-Science skills they are learning in the classroom. Station Three: Barnyard: Everyone loves spending time with and feeding our adorable animals! What better way to learn the basic needs of animals and other Life Science standards! Station Four: Fun Park: We even cover P.E. standards in our field trips! Students will have a blast playing on our jumping pillow, swings, slides, corn-crib and MORE! Each station lasts about 30 minutes.

Offered only September 1 to November 1

  • $9.75 per student.

  • Recommended for 3rd grade thru 8th grade.

  • Includes mini pumpkin for each child (while supplies last).

  • NOW includes a mini water bottle for each student.

Spring Field Trips

Our Spring Field Trips are offered from March through May.

There are 4 educational packages to choose from.

Two children planting strawberry plants

1. U-Plant U-Learn (with plant)

Offered only March 19 to April 14

  • $11.75 per student.

  • Recommended for Pre-K thru 5th grade.

  • Each student will receive a plant to take home!

    • Plants are available while supplies last. If we are out of strawberry plants, we will give each student a seed to take home to watch germinate.

  • NOW includes a mini water bottle for each student.

  • View more details
    Let students explore and learn life cycles with hands-on exploration and observation. Station One: Planting: Students will learn about plants through a seed to plant lesson AND they get to take home a strawberry plant! *Strawberry plants available while supplies last. If we are out of strawberry plants, we will give each student a seed to take home to germinate. Station Two: Hayride: Students will enjoy a ride to feed the cows and tour the farm while they see firsthand the Life-Science skills they are learning in the classroom. Station Three: Barnyard: Everyone loves spending time with and feeding our adorable animals! What better way to learn the basic needs of animals and other Life Science standards! Station Four: Fun Park: We even cover P.E. standards in our field trips! Students will have a blast playing on our jumping pillow, swings, slides, corn-crib and MORE! Each station lasts about 30 minutes.
Children in a field picking strawberries

2. U-Plant (with activity packet)

Offered only March 11 to April 12

  • $9.75 per student.

  • Recommended for Pre-K thru 5th grade.

  • No plant included.

    • Instead, students receive an activity packet to take home with 6 plant related activities 

  • NOW includes a mini water bottle for each student.

  • View more details
    Let students explore and learn life cycles with hands-on exploration and observation. Station One: Planting: Students will learn about plants through a seed to plant lesson AND they get to take home a strawberry plant! *Strawberry plants available while supplies last. If we are out of strawberry plants, we will give each student a seed to take home to germinate. Station Two: Hayride: Students will enjoy a ride to feed the cows and tour the farm while they see firsthand the Life-Science skills they are learning in the classroom. Station Three: Barnyard: Everyone loves spending time with and feeding our adorable animals! What better way to learn the basic needs of animals and other Life Science standards! Station Four: Fun Park: We even cover P.E. standards in our field trips! Students will have a blast playing on our jumping pillow, swings, slides, corn-crib and MORE! Each station lasts about 30 minutes.
Line of children picking strawberries in a field.

3. U-Pick U-Learn

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    Let students explore and learn life cycles with hands-on exploration and observation. Station One: Planting: Students will learn about plants through a seed to plant lesson AND they get to take home a strawberry plant! *Strawberry plants available while supplies last. If we are out of strawberry plants, we will give each student a seed to take home to germinate. Station Two: Hayride: Students will enjoy a ride to feed the cows and tour the farm while they see firsthand the Life-Science skills they are learning in the classroom. Station Three: Barnyard: Everyone loves spending time with and feeding our adorable animals! What better way to learn the basic needs of animals and other Life Science standards! Station Four: Fun Park: We even cover P.E. standards in our field trips! Students will have a blast playing on our jumping pillow, swings, slides, corn-crib and MORE! Each station lasts about 30 minutes.

Offered mid April to May (based on strawberry availability)

  • $12.75 per student.

  • Recommended for 1st thru 5th grade.

  • Each student will pick a pint of strawberries to take home.

    • Strawberry picking based on availability. We try our best to make sure we have enough strawberries for the students to pick but on the rare occasion we are picked out, we will give each student a voucher to come back and pick a free pint of strawberries.​

  • NOW includes a mini water bottle for each student.

Two girls with Easter baskets filled with different colored Easter eggs.

4. Egg Hunt Field Trip

Offered only March 20 to April 7 

  • Only $7.75 per student.

  • NOW includes a mini water bottle for each student.

  • View more details
    Let students explore and learn life cycles with hands-on exploration and observation. Station One: Planting: Students will learn about plants through a seed to plant lesson AND they get to take home a strawberry plant! *Strawberry plants available while supplies last. If we are out of strawberry plants, we will give each student a seed to take home to germinate. Station Two: Hayride: Students will enjoy a ride to feed the cows and tour the farm while they see firsthand the Life-Science skills they are learning in the classroom. Station Three: Barnyard: Everyone loves spending time with and feeding our adorable animals! What better way to learn the basic needs of animals and other Life Science standards! Station Four: Fun Park: We even cover P.E. standards in our field trips! Students will have a blast playing on our jumping pillow, swings, slides, corn-crib and MORE! Each station lasts about 30 minutes.

Want more info?

Click the link for our Farm Field Trip Brochure.

Have questions?

Email us for more information.

Ready to book?

Please fill out our online form to book your field trip!

Group of children with water bottles sitting in the grass, under the shade of a tree.

"We enjoyed our trip to the farm tremendously!! We felt like the activities were engaging and appropriate for our students. They also line up fabulously with our Science standards. You have a wonderful facility and the large space was perfect for our entire grade level. We thought things flowed smoothly as students/groups rotated to each activity. We loved it and will be back!"

Megan (Kindergarten teacher Cumming Elementary)

Small children with adults, on a field trip listening to instructions for picking strawberries.

"Wonderful field trip!!! The students and all of the teachers had a fabulous time, and look forward to booking you for our first grade field trip next fall! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for such a well-organized, accommodating, and fun fall trip! We appreciate you all!"

First Grade Teachers at Coal Mountain Elementary

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