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Check the Barn is a card game for kids aged 4 and up! The card pack is comprised of 68 playing cards with 17 sets of four cards. The object of the game is to win the most pairs of cards. A pair of cards is two of any kind, such as two pigs, two carrots, and so on.
Agriculture Fast Match is a card game consisting of 57 cards, each decorated with 8 agriculture images. There are 57 different agriculture images in total. One—and only one—matching image exists between any two cards. Get ready to Fast Match! This card game is fun for the whole family.
With more than 250 questions and 46 front and back playing cards, the new Food and Farm Facts trivia card set brings a popular game element to important national agricultural statistics. In a classroom or living room, these cards will test your knowledge about production, sustainability and nutrition! Cards are aligned to the 2019 “Food and Farm Facts”. Best for middle school and high school learners.
Interactive game using the Animal Matching Cards. Learners will understand that farmers care for their animals by learning about the housing conditions of different animals in agriculture.
Agriculture uses natural resources to feed and clothe people around the world! This set of cards includes 2 Activities:
Who Am I? Players ask yes/no questions to identify what word is shown on the card.
Who Is Like Me? Players try to fit their resource cards into one of the 7 natural resource categories.
Includes 25 playing cards and 4 instruction cards. Best for grades 3-5.
A game to play using the Natural Resource playing cards. Learners will understand the importance of natural resources in agriculture production.
This fun card deck engages students in a guessing game to test their knowledge of ag careers! Includes several blanks for you to create your own.
Overview: The point of the game is to guess the agriculture career that is being described. There are four cards per career focus area: agribusiness systems; animal systems; biotechnology systems; environmental service systems; food products and processing systems; natural resources systems; plant systems; power, structural, and technical systems; and agricultural education. There are also nine cards in the multi-career area. There are 45 cards in total.
In this card game, learners will learn that farmers care for their animals by learning about the housing conditions of different animals in agriculture. Students are challenged to match the animal to where it lives. Includes 20 playing cards. Best for PreK through 2nd-grade learners.