Pumpkin Patch

Today we went on a field trip to the pumpkin patch.  (I can’t remember the name of it.)  It was lots of fun, and the weather was perfect!

When we got there, the pumpkin patch lady showed the kids some different kids of pumpkins and stuff and told them about it.  In the middle of it, one little guy piped up: “Excuse me, can I please go pick my pumpkin now?”

We went through a corn maze, another maze (it’s hard to describe), picked pumpkins, played in an inflatable pool filled with corn, and did a craft.  By the time we got back to the school, it was almost time for them to go!

Good times, good times….

Published in: on October 15, 2007 at 2:42 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. Did anyone make jokes about the corn maze being a maize maze? Not that it would be funny, but it just seems like a required pun.

  2. Nope, believe it or not, it never came up. Since the group was mostly 3- and 4-year-olds, our collective vocabulary was not quite that advanced. For example, at one point the Pumpkin Patch Lady held up a couple soy bean stalks and asked if anyone knew what they were. One little guy yelled out: “Plants!”

    But thanks for restoring the required pun to its rightful place.

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