Abbie's Farm - Bedtime story
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The day is drawing to an end and it's slowly time for your little darlings to go to bed, but unfortunately, they often don't agree.
Abbie's Farm will help!
Let your children spend a few minutes playing through a day at the farm with Abbie, preferably just before they go to sleep.
The little farmers can decide for themselves what they want to do.
There are a lot of animals that need to be looked after on the farm.
Many of them are frequently hungry and thirsty.
Animal feed grows in the garden, and water comes out of the well in the farmyard.
Your child learns playfully what to feed to which animals.
Nothing bad happens if the animals aren't given any food or water for a long time - they can also look after themselves.
All the activities at the farm "cost" different amounts of time, and after a few minutes, time will run out.
Abbie will get tired and automatically go to her bedroom, then it's time to quickly turn off the light and go to sleep.
The next day at the farm can only be started 8 hours later. (If you have more than one child or there's an animal that still simply has to be fed, parents can fast-forward the time.)
The following places can be visited on the farm.
Home to a family of three pigs, happily romping in the mud, waiting to be stroked and given lots of food.
Abbie's beloved horse lives here, and is happy to receive any attention.
The stable is also where the farmyard cat tries his luck at catching mice.
Despite the presence of the horse and the cat, there are a lot of mice, which are difficult to catch.
This is where all the food grows for the animals on Abbie's farm - carrots, apples, cabbage, beets, corn, grass, strawberries and more.
After the fruit and other crops have been harvested, it takes a little while until they grow back again.
The scarecrow keeps thieving birds away from the crops.
This is where Abbie draws water to give to the animals, for example.
The powers of deduction and logic of little farmers are challenged by everyday tasks: for example, to collect water, the bucket must first be found and then used with the well.
The Hen House:
Three chickens are clucking away all day long. Every now and then they lay an egg, but only if they're well fed.
Abbie can collect the eggs and use them for a cake, for example.
On sunny days, this is where Abbie dries her washing. The wind on the little hill isn't only good for turning the mill.
In the mill itself, Abbie can grind corn to make flour and then use it to bake delicious cakes.
The two sheep of the farm live here, frolicking in the hay.
They always look forward to seeing Abbie, especially when she gives them some food.
A farm wouldn't be a farm without cows. There are two grazing all day long in the meadow.
Abbie can milk the cows and then use the milk for baking, for example.
The cat also loves to drink milk.
The Goat Shed:
The goat hasn't been at the farm for long, but has already found some new friends - a mother duck and her ducklings.
The goat, duck and ducklings are all waiting to be played with.
The stove standing in the farm kitchen is old, but still does its job very well.
If Abbie has collected all the ingredients, she can mix them up in the kitchen and bake a delicious apple or strawberry pie, which will give her lots of energy, so she will be able to do a bit more on that day.
After a hard day's work on the farm, when the food has been harvested and all the animals have been fed, Abbie looks forward to getting into her cosy bed.
Quick! Turn off the light and enjoy a restful sleep.
Have fun on Abbie's Farm!
graphics: © Matthew Cole / fotolia.com
- major bugfix: new energy after sleeping