Let’s Go to the Farm

Getting Started in English

The show Let's Go to the Farm
Ruskus and his hen joking around to the glee of the children!

Let’s Go to the Farm is an activity totally performed in English and aimed at kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd-grade students.

A visually appealing set lets children’s imagination run wild and takes them to a farm where anything can happen.

During the activity, children are surprised by props magically coming to life in front of their very eyes.

Indeed, a fun lamb cartoon is drawn on a drawing board, and suddenly it moves the eyes and even talks!

In another scene, a length of rope wondrously becomes a cow and its milk magically turns into a big white handkerchief.

A scene from the play Let's Go to the Farm
“Do you want to sing along with me?”—Ruskus asks.

From beginning to end, Let’s Go to the Farm is plenty of surprises, e.g. the sudden appearance of Nock the Duck, a crazy duck on wheels which rush among the kids looking for water and making them laugh out loud.

There is also time for tenderness; children meet a cute white bunny, and they join Ruskus in singing the old American nursery rhyme Mary Had a Little Lamb.

In brief, a beautiful show in English plenty of cute animals, magic, music, and clowning!

Fact Sheet and Sample Video


  • Show’s title: Let’s Go to the Farm.
  • Author and performer: Ruskus Patruskus.
  • Play’s genre and subject: children’s show about life on a farm.
  • Language: totally in English. It includes a teacher’s guide.
  • Duration: 35 min.
  • Age range: kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd-grade.
  • Performing space: any place with a minimum surface area of 3 x 4 m.
  • Sound and equipment: a 20 W battery-powered amplifier is included. There is no need of microphone, neither platform nor special lighting. In performances with 80 children or more, a 250 W PA system with wireless microphone is provided.
  • Set up and strike time: set up 45 min, strike 25 min. (Performances with PA system: set up 1 h, strike 35 min).