At home learning | Jan 03, 2021

At Home Learning Jan 4

This week we take a look at vegetables!


Welcome to our At Home Learning Page! We will do our best to offer weekly ideas for at home learning about agriculture! These activities will all be free to access and share. Our weekly activities do not build on each other, but are individual and can be done in any order.

We've enjoyed our fair share of treats, so this week we thought we'd take a look at some vegetables! 

Enjoy this Fruit and Vegetable Bingo game! Students will recognize the names of different fruits and vegetables and understand why they are important.

How does your garden grow? Take a look at this at home garden planning for grades 3-5. Students synthesize what they know about soils, plants, and the environment to plan a garden, present their plans, and explain why they made the decisions that they did.

Enjoy making a real life Mr. Potato Head craft.

Have fun building a menu with Grocery Grab from My American Farm.

Asparagus is a delicious vegetable, but do you know how it grows? Check out this video to find out!

Give Me Five! Best for grades 3-5. Students learn about the five food groups and what state-grown foods fit into each group. This lesson makes a local connection to good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.

Fruits and Vegetables: The Right Pick for Vitamins and Minerals.

Students will describe the farm-to-table process of common fruits and vegetables, recognize the nutrients fruits and vegetables provide, and evaluate methods of food storage and preparation for preserving nutrients.

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Confidently use the Pillars of Ag Literacy, so that you can save time and energy with your ag literacy efforts.