Agriculture + Lifestyle
Teaching about agriculture is as easy as A B C
Lauren Goble, Ag in the Classroom Coordinator
Georgia has over 42,000 farms that grow anything from Apples to Zucchini! Did you know that agriculture is Georgia’s number 1 industry and 1 in 7 adults are employed in agriculture? It’s important to expose agriculture to your students whenever you can so they can be part of our largest industry, or at least be able to advocate for it. You do not need to worry about finding the resources to use in person or virtually; I have searched the internet and found them for you! Below you will find free resources from A-Z to use.
Your local Farm Bureau is also a great source of information so be sure to reach out to them for additional resources. Click here to find their contact information. You can also contact the Ag in the Classroom Coordinator, Lauren Goble, if you have any questions.
Resources from A-Z
American Farm Bureau Foundation
Dairy Alliance- virtual dairy fieldtrip
Environmental Education with Project Learning Tree
Family Farm E-Books from Destination Ag.
Georgia Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom
How does it grow agriculture videos
Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation- My Family Farm books and activities
Justify having a school garden
Kid appropriate ag. accurate books
National Ag in the Classroom-find lesson plans
Online games from My American Farm
Peanuts activities provided by Georgia Peanut Commission
Quality elementary ag. ed. lessons from FFA
Resources from Georgia Association of Conservation Districts
STEAM Learning Challenges and Puzzles
The My Little Ag Me book series-free printable ag. books
Virtual learning journey on GPTV about Georgia forest
Xtra agriculture resources from Georgia Grown
YouTube channel for Farm Monitor Videos
Zesty Harvest of the Month from Ga. DOE
Posted: 09/08/2020 in Ag in the Classroom, Education
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