What’s it like growing up on a farm? How long does it take for milk to go from cow to grocery store? Where does bacon come from? Where does ice cream come from?
If you want your students to know the answers to these questions and more, you’ve reached the right place. The educational resources below teach elementary school students about farm life from a unique perspective: the animals’ point of view. These materials are all about bringing agriculture and food production into the classroom in an entertaining and educational way.
At the end of each book, you will find classroom activities for social studies, health, art, language arts and math.
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Take a tour inside of a pig farm, where you’ll learn about how pigs are cared for from the minute they're born, what they eat and why they're important to us.
Experience a day in the life of a chicken. Learn what happens in a hatchery, what different egg grades mean and how chickens are raised.
"Life’s a beach." Did you know that some cows sleep on sand to make them more comfortable? Others even sleep on water beds. Learn more about dairy cows and how Indiana families take care of them every day.
Volume IV takes students through a variety of scavenger hunts. Follow along as Lucy and Albert learn about modern farming technology and identify items made from corn and soybeans.
Click on the links below to download additional lesson plans and activities for your classroom.
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