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Pingle's Farm offers a range of school tours for students in grades K-3 that meet Ontario curriculum expectations. Book your tour now by emailing, faxing or calling between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

All tours include an interactive lesson, picking or planting, a tractor wagon ride and time to explore the fun farm and animals.

        Plants, Plants, Plants! Tour - (available May- mid June)

        Strawberry Tour - (available June 15th-June 30th)

        Amazing Apples Tour - (available September to early October)

        Pingle's Pumpkin Tour - (available October)


TIME & COST:
 
Tours are 90 minutes in length. Tours are $8.00 includes HST. ($7.10 plus HST = $8.00.)
A minimum tour cost of 20 children applies to all tours.

Teachers and EAS are included in the cost of the tour.
Adult helpers are included up to 5:1 ratio (Children to Adult)
Any adults over the ratio will be charged $8.00 per person (HST included)


Click here or the button below to arrange a tour by filling an online submission contact form.

A confirmation of your tour date and time will be faxed/emailed to you.

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TOUR DESCRIPTIONS:

Plants, Plants, Plants! Tour
Students will learn about what plants need to grow! A tractor wagon ride will take you around the farm to observe the many crops that grow on the farm.  Students will plant a seed in the greenhouse to take home!  Time to explore the fun farm and animals is also included.

The Strawberry Tour
Students will learn about bees and how important they are to strawberry plants.  A tractor wagon ride will take you out to the strawberry field to pick berries.  All student receive their own container to take their berries home.  Time to explore the fun farm and animals is also included.

Amazing Apples Tour
Students will learn about how apples grow and how bees help to pollinate them.  A tractor wagon ride will take students to the apple orchard to pick apples.  Students will receive their own apple bag to pick a few apples to take home.  Time to explore the fun farm and animals is also included.

Pingle's Pumpkin Tour
How do pumpkins grow?  Students will learn about how pumpkins grow and other crops that grow on farms in the fall.  We will discuss the importance of our friends, the bees.  A tractor wagon ride will take students to the pumpkin patch to pick their own pumpkin.  Time to explore the fun farm and animals is also included.  Please bring labeled plastic bags for students to carry their own pumpkin home.  


*Prices and events subject to change. H.S.T. included.

 
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