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This Educator’s guide for grades 2-4 is the perfect companion to "First Peas to the Table." The educator guide includes:
Six lessons aligned to common core standards addressing science, history, math, and language arts.
Information on how to run a First Peas to the Table Contest
Information on modern pea farming to share and contrast with historical information
Winner of the 2016 Ag Foundation Book of the Year award!
This book is a wonderful way to introduce students to school gardens, the scientific method, and a bit of history of agriculture in the United States.
This story follows Thomas Jefferson's Monticello garden and race to harvest their peas first and mirrors it in a school setting.
This bundle comes with 1 copy of John Deere, That’s Who!, 1 copy of the Educator guide and 1 set of 30 Ag Innovations Ag Mags.
John Deere, That’s Who! Is the winner of the 2018 Book of the Year Award. This hard cover book explores the life of John Deere and his invention of the steel plow. The charming book is perfect for 5-8 year old readers to enjoy and learn about one of agriculture’s biggest names.
This ed guide accompanies the book “John Deere That’s Who!” and contains 6 activities. Grades K-2. All lessons are aligned to National Learning Standards, Common Core and the Pillars of Agricultural Literacy.
Ag Innovations Ag Mag:
This nonfiction text reader is best for grades 3-5. Each set comes in a classroom pack of 30 ag mags. Discover exciting improvements throughout American agricultural history and innovations leading change today in this newsprint style reader.
Chuck‘s favorite food is ice cream. People say, "be careful what you wish for," but what harm could wishing for endless ice cream be? With the help of his Dairy Godmother, Chuck is taken—poof!—on a memorable and delicious adventure to a dairy farm. He finds out exactly where ice cream comes from and gains an even deeper love and appreciation for his favorite food.
This is an activity that is fun to do at home with your family. There is science behind everything that American farmers and ranchers do each day. Understanding science unlocks amazing discoveries as we learn about plants and animals. Have fun learning about the science of plants as you make your own flower pen!
Carefully cut out each of the following agriculture job titles and the descriptions. Lay them out on a flat surface, and match each job with the correct definition. Then put them in order, from which job you would like the most, to the job you would like the least. When you are done, write a 1-paragraph summary explaining how you selected the jobs you liked the most, and those you liked the least!