Where does milk come from?
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Where Does Milk Come From? Learning Resources for Your Homeschool

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Where does milk come from?

Our Next NEW learning theme corresponds with the last Mini-Series Post about Learning Resources, All About WheatToday I will be sharing our Learning Resouces for your Homeschool to help answer the question “Where does milk come from?” Keep reading to find some really fun Youtube Videos, websites with more information, Free Unit Studies about Cows and nice books to read plus some activities to do! Enjoy, and let me know in the comments below if you tried any of these great resources out with your kids! And share with your other homeschooler friends too 🙂

Let’s Learn where Milk Comes from!


Discover Daily: How Do Cows make milk?

Jenna, a Dairy Farmer, Citizen Kid by Disney

Jenna, A Dairy Famer, Citizen Kid by Disney ~ Citizen Kid Jenna, a seventh generation dairy farmer, is passionate about teaching kids where their milk comes from.


How To Milk a Cow by Hand ~ good lesson on milking a cow


Compilation of Intelligent Farming ~Seeing a lot of very interesting new machines that help to farm


Youtube Videos for Fun Stuff with Milk:

Making Ice Cream in a Bag

Magic Milk Science Experiment



Books to Read about Where Milk Comes from & Cows

The Milk Makers by Gail Gibbons

Milk from Cow to Carton by Aliki

It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw and a Learning Activity to use with this Book.


Science Experiment: Exploding Milk

FREE Cows Unit Study from Eclectic Homeschool Online

Research about Pasteurization from another Homeschooling Mom at HomegrownLearners.com 

Free Unit Study about ICE CREAM from HomeschoolShare.com

Shake & Make Ice Cream Experiment for Speach and Language Skills from TeachersPayTeachers.com

Websites with more info:


History about Where the milkman went?



Twistynoodle.com – Worksheet about Dairy Cows

homeschoolshare.com Make a Lap book about your Findings, here you will find free templates for lap books



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Want to read more like this? Check out these other Posts:

All About Wheat~ A homeschool Learning Resource 

Sneak Peak At Our September’s Reading Themes 

Sneak Peak At Our October’s Reading Themes 


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