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large bucket, rubber or latex gloves, milk, pin, cardboard or wooden cow (optional)
Teach young children about how to milk a cow with this fun experiment! First, make pin holes in the fingers of a rubber or latex glove (be aware of any latex allergies). Fill the glove with milk and tie the opening of the glove closed.
-- Visit a local farm with cows or goats and see if they allow children to milk them.
-- Have in-house field trip where a local farm may bring a few animals to your location. Photos on the right include an in-house field trip where preschoolers actually got a chance to milk a goat.
-- Cow constructed by Brittany Florio in Connecticut
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