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Results for California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom

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Ag-Bites are bite-sized ways to bring agriculture into your classroom. These one-page, standards-aligned sheets explain how to perform hands-on learning activities with students in grades K-12.Packet includes:Desktop Gardens (grades 2-5)Cowboy Brands (grades 3-4)Ice Cream in a Bag (grades 1-5)Water Cycle in a Cup (grades 5-8)Making Recycled Paper (grades K-3)Apples and Earth (grades 3-5)Link 'Ems (grades 6-8)Tops or Bottoms (grades K-3)Tasty Testing (grades 9-12)A Journey Through a Rice Mill (gr
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K - 12th
In this lesson, students will use a budget and nutritional guidelines to plan a balanced meal for their family.California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom partnered with California Beef Council to create professional video clips featuring elementary through high school students preparing recipes to educate students, teachers, and the public about beef, its nutritional value, and its proper handling and preparation. The student-developed recipes use easy techniques and readily availabl
In this lesson, students will use role playing and research to describe why zinc, iron, and protein (ZIP) and vitamin B12 are important to healthy living.California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom partnered with California Beef Council to create professional video clips featuring elementary through high school students preparing recipes to educate students, teachers, and the public about beef, its nutritional value, and its proper handling and preparation. The student-developed recip
In this lesson, students will map the history of cattle migrating to California with early explorers and settlers. Students will describe how cattle have been important to people throughout different times in history.California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom partnered with California Beef Council to create professional video clips featuring elementary through high school students preparing recipes to educate students, teachers, and the public about beef, its nutritional value, and i
This five-lesson unit for teaches about agriculture by focusing on all aspects of the almond industry. Students will learn about the people involved in growing almonds, development of almond trees and nuts, almond processing, different uses of almonds, almond history, and nutritional information.Supplemental Content:Almond Story Activity BookAn Almond Story Video (on YouTube)The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating youth throug
Students will gain an understanding of the changes that take place in a walnut orchard through the different seasons of the year by reading and discussing a story about a walnut farm. Students will complete an activity sheet to learn the meaning of important vocabulary words.The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating youth throughout California about the importance of agriculture in their daily lives. For additional free resource
California walnut farmers have scientifically learned how to produce nuts with thinner skins, larger nutmeat, and disease and pest resistant trees through a process called grafting. In this lesson, students will explore the science and economic importance of grafting walnut trees through a hands on activity.The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating youth throughout California about the importance of agriculture in their daily li
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4th - 5th
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This five-lesson unit for grades 8-12 uses agriculture to introduce students to chemistry and environmental science concepts. Activities are modeled after real-life challenges that modern farmers face while producing our food, fiber, and fuel. Labs are inquiry based and promote critical thinking skills.Supplemental Content:From Lesson 3: Molecular Shuffle PowerPointNitrate Test Strip Color ChartThe California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ed
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.A teacher's guide can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a
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3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.A teacher's guide can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a
Grades:
3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.A teacher's guide can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a
Grades:
3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.An answer key and teacher's guide can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The California Foundation for Agriculture in th
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3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.A teacher's guide and answer key can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The California Foundation for Agriculture in the
Grades:
3rd - 8th
This unit contains nine lessons, supplemented with five different games and activities to teach students how invasive species affect an established ecosystem and disturb the natural flow of native plants and animals. Students will also learn how they can be stewards of the Earth by learning how to effectively keep invasive species from hitchhiking into areas where they are not welcome.The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating yo
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.A teacher's guide with classroom extension ideas can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The California Foundation for Ag
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3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.An answer key, Spanish version, and teacher's guide can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The California Foundation for
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3rd - 8th
This five-lesson unit for grades 3-5 promotes the development of STEM abilities and critical thinking skills, while fostering an appreciation for the people involved in livestock production. The curriculum includes real-life challenges for students to investigate, inquiry-based labs, and opportunities to plan and construct models. Featured careers include animal physiologist, agricultural engineer, range manager, animal nutritionist, and animal geneticist.The California Foundation for Agricultur
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.A Spanish version and teacher's guide with classroom extension ideas can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The Californ
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3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to national and California-specific education standards.An answer key and teacher's guide (coming soon!) can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The Califo
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to national and California-specific education standards.An answer key and teacher's guide (coming soon!) can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The Califo
Grades:
3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to national and California-specific education standards.An answer key and teacher's guide (coming soon!) can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo.The Califo
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Grades:
3rd - 8th
Each year, a new edition of What's Growin' On? joins the collection. The 16-page educational newspaper highlights California's vibrant and diverse agricultural industry with current and accurate information. A variety of activities, trivia, graphics, and readings provide something for every learner. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards.A Spanish version, answer key, and teacher's guide with classroom extension ideas can be downloaded by visiting learnaboutag.org/resources/wgo
Grades:
3rd - 8th
This five lesson unit with a laboratory for grades nine through twelve promotes the development of STEM abilities and critical thinking skills, while fostering an appreciation for energy and its importance to food production. The new curriculum includes inquiry-based labs and real life challenges for students to understand energy sources and their implications.Supplemental Content: PowerPointsLesson 1: Energy FlowLesson 2: Commodity Trace-BackLesson 3: Renewable EnergyLesson 4: Bio Diesel LabLes
In this unit, students will learn that machines are devices that make work easier, faster--more efficient. Students will examine the relationship between simple machines and the forces that move them. After learning about the six kinds of simple machines, they will perform activities which show that complex machines are actually a group of simple machines that work together. Numerous science investigations and writing assignments are included in this unit.The California Foundation for Agricultur
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