Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch

The grade one and two students from Ms. Johnson’s, Ms. Han’s, Ms. Labuda’s, and Ms. Nijjar’s class left their classrooms one beautiful fall day and headed towards the Hazelmere Pumpkin Patch.  During their visit to the farm, the students enjoyed a fun educational presentation and learned that the stem of the pumpkin was called a perduncel.  They also learned that there were different coloured pumpkins because they were different types of pumpkins.  The students loved the wagon ride to the pumpkin patch where they could pick their own pumpkin.  Many also enjoyed the petting zoo before heading back to the city.

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