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Ag-Tivities With Lauren: Celebrating Easter
Hippity, Hoppity, Easter’s on its way!!! Georgia Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom Program wants to celebrate Easter with you and your family with a book reading and some fun and easy ag-tivities!
Read an Easter Book
First, join us as we read, The Littlest Bunny in Georgia, a story about 2 children who want to explore the state and the littlest bunny in Georgia who does!
Georgia Farm Bureau’s Certified Farm Market passport program is a great guide for you and your family to help you explore farms across Georgia. Not only can you make memories as a family, you can earn prizes! Learn more and get your Farm Market passport.
Dye Eggs with Georgia-Grown Food
Did you know that you can make egg dye from foods that are grown in Georgia? Who knew that blueberries, cabbage and onions could make such beautifully dyed eggs?
- Directions on Making Dye Out of Food
- Printable Work Sheets to Enhance the Learning Experience (for Children Pre K - Middle School)
Build Your Own Peep Catapult
The Peep Catapult is a STEM project that uses a marshmallow Peep and common household items.
- Directions to Make Your own Peep Catapult
- Math Recording Sheet to Help Keep Track of Scores
Be sure to join our Facebook page, Friends of Georgia Farm Bureau, and share some pictures of your family enjoying these agtivities! We would also love for you to share these agtivities on your personal social media accounts and use #GFBAgtivity.
Posted: 04/07/2020 in Ag in the Classroom
Tags: ag in the classroom, aitc, learning, education
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