Spend a Day at the Farm
Polly Possum's Math Farm
Come and hang out with us.
Come and spend the afternoon with other TDA students as we travel through a farm at a Dayton Metro Park practicing our math skills. At stations around the farm there are sets of math problems for students in grades K-8. Older students are welcome to come and see if they remember their basic math skills and help the younger students.
Possum Creek MetroPark consists largely of former farmland that is going through the process of natural succession. Significant natural features include bottomland hardwood forests along Possum Creek, two mature beech woodlots, and numerous created ponds and wetlands. More than 100 acres of degraded farmland and dumps have been cleared and planted into native Ohio prairie.
TDA Field Trip
Saturday, Aug. 25th 2012 at 11am-1:30pm
Possum Creek Farm 4790 Frytown road Dayton OH 45417
Mapquest is NOT accurate.
Please RSVP to Mindy Villines at Ms_Villines@mytda.org by Friday, September 21.
Each student will need a notebook, writing utensil and picnic lunch if you want to stay and eat with the group.
11:00 Meet at picnic shelter to meet the group
11:15 - 12:15 Complete Polly Possum Math Trail
12:15 - 1:15 Picnic lunch and games
(bring your own lunch, water and Capri sun drinks will be provided.)