Category: Flat Fandi

The Adventures of Flat Fandi (Part III)

As announced earlier this summer, Flat Fandi is back with our Head Start friends! With some students at summer camp and others being visited by teachers at home, about 120 of our Head Start friends are getting to see their old pal Flat Fandi again! We, of course, have asked for photos of these reunions Read More »

Flat Fandi Goes to Summer Camp!

Many of our Head Start friends are heading to summer camp this week, but unfortunately will not be able to safely come to the farm for programming. To make up for this, we have sent Flat Fandi in our stead. If you don’t know who Flat Fandi is, check out this blog for his introduction! Read More »

Farm Story: Flat Fandi’s Travels

With all of our Head Start kids at home right now, we figured some empathetic kids might start worrying about how Flat Fandi is doing in the classroom, all alone. So, Joy wrote this story to alleviate any worries. Flat Fandi, safe from disease in his lamination, took a trip to the farm to see Read More »

The Adventures of Flat Fandi (Part II)

Since February, Flat Fandi has been out and about in the classrooms. From dancing with the kids to sitting down like the gentleman he is at the lunch table, Flat Fandi is learning so much in preschool! The Head Start teachers like to keep us posted on what Flat Fandi is up to with some Read More »

Head Start Visits – Round Two!

Our February has been filled with our second round of visits to all thirteen of our Head Start classrooms. We began each day with our story, Fandi Needs a Doctor (read here), before jumping into our three farm centers set up around the classroom. First up, we had our obstacle course. Made up of tunnels Read More »

The Adventures of Flat Fandi (Part I)

Just as many elementary school classes create a ‘Flat Stanley’ to travel around on family vacations and in the mail to students’ relatives, our farm has ‘Flat Fandi.’ He is the two-dimensional version of one of our favorite horses, Fandi, who will now, in his new form, be a permanent resident in each of the Read More »