It was a day filled with animals, pumpkins and fun for East Meadows second-grade students. On October 18, they visited the North County Equestrian Park and Harward Farms. Through various activities, students learned about the important role agriculture plays in their daily lives. They learned about good nutrition, proper hand washing, and other behaviors that can help prevent diseases. They made bread dough and living necklaces out of wheat seeds. They got to pick pumpkins, take them home and decorate them. These creative pumpkins are displayed at the school.