Agriculture

Science of Soil

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From the Ground Up: science of soil is a joint project implemented by Nutrients for Life Foundation and Discovery Education. This site provides resources for parents and teachers alike. There are interactive lessons, virtual tours, and topics worth exploring such as sustainability. For grades 9 to 12.

Idaho Agriculture in the Classroom

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Idaho Agriculture in the Classroom offers teachers curriculum resources, tours, and workshops to support lesson planning. For grades 9 to 12.

Merlot II

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Merlot II is a site with a collection of free online simulations, interactives, games, and lessons, many of which are innovative approaches to teaching abstract and complex concepts. Locating these free services, however, is a journey.

New Mexico State University: College of Agriculture, Consumer & Science educational site

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The New Mexico State University: College of Agriculture, Consumer & Science created a page of games and interactive activities developed by Media Productions aimed to support learning math science, food safety and other food services, horse handling, and Chinese-language speakers. For all grade levels. 

Climate Wisconsin: Stories from a state of change

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Climate Wisconsin: Stories from a state of change is a research-based site posting climate change related stories in video clips and written forms along with teaching tips, maps of location of the story source, and additional resources, per story. The language and content are best suited for 4th grade and up.

Lone Star College Biology Animations

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Lone Star College collected educational videos for a wide range of Biology topics that are further broken down by topic: biology, chemistry, biochemistry, cellular structure, and function, etc. Audiences best suited for the videos are 2nd grade on up to post secondary.

Agricultural Education Magazine

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The National Association of Agricultural Educator's provides a journal detailing current research and news to inform and connect ag educators across the nation. Non-subscribed users may download past issues for free. For grades 6 and up.

Minnesota Agriculture in the Classroom

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Minnesota's Department of Agriculture created the website as a resource for teachers and students to learn about Agriculture. For teachers, there are lessons aligned with the Minnesota state standards that teach about agriculture through the lens of the core content subjects and listed by grade level, K-12, under each subject- math, language arts, social studies, and science.

Nebraska: Agriculture in the Classroom

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The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture created a useful web resource to connect students with agriculture through offering books, posters, workshops, lessons, and links to other sites related to farming today. For all grade levels. 

National Geographic: Agriculture

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National Geographic's education website is a varied resource offering detailed lesson plans, teacher guides, videos, interactive globe, a map building feature online and downloadable, and much more. The resources range from Pre-K to post-secondary content. All of it is also a free resource. For all grade levels. 

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