National Poultry Day is a day to recognize domestic birds that are raised for their meat and eggs—and the farmers that make it possible!
Let's explore some of the fun resources we have to learn about all things poultry.
This non-fiction newspaper reader introduces young learners to poultry and eggs.
It includes fun facts, a career corner, parts of an egg, and much more! Suitable for grades 3 through 5.
Buy a set of 30 for $5 in the Farm Bureau store!
"An EggCiting Poultry Adventure" takes third through fifth grade students through the stages of poultry and egg production!
This free game, funded by the USPOULTRY Foundation, explores careers and tests math knowledge too.
Play for free!
To accompany the game, we have also created a free lesson plan and activity sheet to take learning further.
Looking for book recommendations?
Check out our recommended publications list! Explore the list here.
You can learn even more about eggs with our blog, Where do Eggs Come From? This blog discusses all those labels we see on our egg cartons and what exactly they mean.
Or, see a day in the life of a poultry farmer in this blog by Virginia farmer, Lauren Arbogast! Read about it here.