Science projects for agricultural education in the classroom. Ideas for classroom science projects related to ag education.
Today is the first day of summer, and school is out! You can keep the learning going with these fun activities.
Looking for some fun experiments related to food and agriculture? Need a science fair project? We’ve rounded up some of our favorites from across the internet.
The winners of the Spring 2021 Purple Plow Challenge, H2Grow, have been chosen!
Looking for some fun science activities to do with your kids this summer? We’ve rounded up some of our favorites.
Water is everywhere! Dive into these at-home educational activities that explore the wonderful world of water.
Soil is the focus of this week’s at home activities; grab a shovel and dig into these lessons!
We all know that plants like fruits and veggies are a big part of nutritious diet, but did you know we eat stems, leaves and roots of plants, too? Let’s learn more!
This is our 6th week of at home activities and it is time to get growing!
This week’s at home educational activities are all about pollinators!
Looking for ways to keep the kids entertained this spring? Check out these fun AND educational experiments that bring science to life.
We're back this week with some more free educational activities parents can do at home! This week we are focusing on fruit.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has recognized the winning teams in the fall 2019 Purple Plow Challenge, Growing Green.
The first in a series of blog posts by Seth Derner, education consultant for the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. Derner will document the experience of learning how to develop science curriculum materials that meet standards for earning an NGSS Design Badge.
Who says STEM isn't sweet?
This new children's food science day camp guide contains 10 hands on activities for one full day of fun!
The school year may be coming to an end, but for students wanting to experiment with agriculture-, plant- or food-related science, summer can be a great time to start thinking about next year's science project. Guest writer, Amy Cowen from Science Buddies gives us some tips!