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A New Life Awaits!
Greetings from your Uncle!
How’d you like to be farmer? I’ve decided to retire. The farm is yours if you want it!
Grow and Customize Your Farm!
Hang out with all the animals – they’re unconventionally adorable! Delight farm visitors and friends with fresh goods and even fresher decorations.
Connect With Your Friends!
Play with your pals by trading crops and goods. Form neighborhoods to keep in touch, compete in the Derby, contribute to Global Community Events, and more!
New Areas to Explore!
Explore the Hay Day world by building a Town, going Fishing, and sending your delivery truck to the Valley!
DESIGN YOUR OWN FARM
Imagine you were given some land and had to grow all of your own food. What fruits and vegetables would you plant? How would you grow them? You’re going to answer those questions in this activity.
Tucson Village Farm (TVF) is an urban farm built by and for the youth of Pima County Arizona. It was developed in partnership with the Pima County Cooperative Extension and the University of Arizona. A great way to start this activity is to learn about the basics of growing crops by watching the TVF Tour Video. If you don’t have the time to do that, that’s not a problem – go ahead and get started with the activity, using the information in the activity guide about plants, seasons, and animals to create your own virtual farm!
Estimated Time: 1 hour
Brought to you by Walmart Foundation and University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
These simple materials will get you started.
- Colored pencils, markers, or crayons
Follow these steps to create your farm.
- First things first, choose between growing summer or winter plants. Because while we would sure love to plant tomatoes with carrots, certain plants grow better in warm temperatures, and some prefer colder weather. Use the charts from our guide to learn about summer and winter plants, their benefits, and what they need to grow best. You can also hear Farmer Tom discuss winter and summer planting here.
- Use your ruler to map out your space before you begin planning. Map it out like a grid where every square equals 1 foot. Download the activity guide to view examples of how to draw your grid.
- Lay out all of your garden beds, being sure to allow for walking pathways in between.Did you know? Plants need four things to grow: sun, air, water, and soil. Be sure to include these elements when you draw your farm.