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Every season brings joy and pleasure in its own way. Winter is the coldest season and often brings snowfall to different parts of the world. People keep warm by the fire and wrap themselves in scarves and coats. The trees are bare and...
As autumn arrives, crops are harvested and trees begin to shed their leaves, but not before displaying beautiful colors of orange, yellow, red, and brown. The temperatures become cooler and animals prepare for winter's cold. Use this...
A 22-lesson Middle School World History unit uses a unique problem-solving approach to teach tweens economic history. After reading articles that provide background information, pupils engage in activities and simulations that require...
Sixth graders explore agriculture as it relates to crops over the course of a series of historical events. They read and create a timeline of the 50-year increments that depict important cause and effect events. Students then use...
In this social studies activity, 3rd graders answer multiple choice questions about crops, supply and demand, bartering, and more. Students complete 15 questions.
The terms and definitions involved with growing, harvesting, and processing of tree fruits are given in these clear and attractive slides. Details of horticulture and crops are given. For instance, demand and growth of the industry,...
Students read and discuss article, "Simple Method Found to Vastly Increase Crop Yields," then research the basic components of conventional and organic agricultural methods. They, in groups, organize and present their research to the class.
Agricultural Practices in Kansas: Comparing Agricultural Practices Before and After the Dust Storms of the 1930s
Knowing about history is one thing, learning form it is another. Rather than just discuss the causes and effects of the Dust Bowl, this presentation discusses what we learned from the Dust Bowl. Presented are the types of agricultural...
Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Crops. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
Explore Native American gardening traditions with a lesson on companion planting. Based on the concept that certain crops grow better when planted near other specific crops, kids research the gardening method with background links and by...
Learners explore agriculture by researching the native food crops of California. Students define a list of agriculture vocabulary terms and analyze maps of California which explain which foods come from which area. Learners write a...
Learners complete activities related to food production and distribution. In this agriculture instructional activity, students read and discuss the crops grown in Iowa and Wisconsin and the ways the crops are used. They complete...
Students explore climates and the different crops that grow in various climates. They determine the important elements needed to grow crops and they distinguish the different types of climates within the U.S. Students identify the crops...
Ninth graders explore how to apply ecological analysis to cropping systems. In this agro-ecosystem lesson students study management practices including soil and fertility.
An anticipatory slide suggests personal benefits from gardening. Then the presentation goes into choosing a location, considering soil type, the use of fertilizers, and the variety of crops available to choose from. If you are teaching...
Second graders explore different farm machines. In this farm lesson, 2nd graders discover the importance of farmers, and crops. Students discuss healthy eating and how crops are packaged. Students read books about farms and how bread is...
Students investigate the origins of several crops eaten in the United States today. The facto0rs that influence consumer choices and the influences on the American population as to eating preferences are discussed in this instructional...
Young scholars read about the Three Sisters of the crops that helped the Native Americans and plant a garden based on companion planting. In this crops lesson plan, students complete garden designs and then create their garden.
Students use maps to find what crops are dominant in areas where honey bees are raised and discuss possible correlations. They mark the top ten honey- producing states on a US map.
In this blue ribbon crops worksheet, students explore and observe the effects that water and climate can have on crops. Students, in addition, analyze what effect water has on plants.
High schoolers use two hypothetical variables in order to research the yield of a wheat crop if they design an irrigation system. The lesson does not lay out much detail for constructing the system.
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