Free Resources & Lesson Plans
Category: Lesson Plans
Lean Beef – An Important Part of Adolescent Growth
Written by On The Farm participant Chris Schau, Student and Family Engagement Specialist, Clark County School District, Henderson, NV
Summary: Within the 8th grade study of nutrition, these lessons will focus on how the consumption of lean beef can contribute to an adolescent’s health and wellness
Bringing Biotechnology to Life
Brought to you by The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture in partnership with the International Food and Information Council Foundation, www.foodinsight.org.
Answers questions: What is DNA?; What is selective breeding? How can we examine DNA?; What is biotech?; How do researchers compare DNA?; Where would we be without "GMOs"?; How is biotech used?
Sustainable Agriculture Lesson plans
Sustainable Agriculture Lesson Plans are for grades 9-12 with the goal of increasing students' knowledge about the social, economic, environmental, and production components of sustainable farming and ranching in the 21st century.
At the end of each lesson, students will complete an Online Learning Experience that corresponds with the respective lesson plan.
Peanut Activity Cards
Learn all about peanuts in this collection of 12, easy to implement 3rd-5th grade lesson plans/activities
Agriculture & The Environment
Last updated in 2012 - The “Teacher’s Guide on Agriculture & the Environment” for grades 6-9 is designed to show how most agricultural and environmental issues involve trade-offs. All decisions need to be supported
by reliable, science-based information that is implemented carefully and in a practical manner.