Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom offers lesson plans for PreK through high school grade levels about agriculture, agricultural careers and other topics. The program also networks with other commodity groups that develop lessons.
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The Cranberry STEAM Learning Project is a newly formed Steering Committee representing Wisconsin’s cranberry industry and youth education. Using a grant awarded from the proceeds from the 2018 Wood County Farm Technology Days, numerous educational kits have been assembled to teach traditional and non-traditional students about Wisconsin’s state fruit, the Cranberry. Lessons have been developed to engage students in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM).
Hands-on learning is important for many students. In addition to being able to more fully understand educational and agricultural concepts, students will have fun completing these activities. This booklet provides step-by-step instructions and a list of materials needed for the activity to make coordinating educational activities fun and simple.
The student version of the National Corn Growers Association’s publication. Updated every three years, this booklet has activities, word searches and coloring pages to learn about corn. The books are sponsored by the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association. Limit of 425 per order. World of Corn books can be ordered through our online store.
The career pathways in agriculture and natural resources are featured in this booklet along with lists of related jobs. A listing of Wisconsin Universities, Colleges and Technical Colleges with agricultural degrees is featured. Career related activities are included too. Funds for printing and distribution are provided by sponsors and donors throughout the state. An Agricultural …
This activity book for grades 3-5 highlights various crops, commodities, and animals grown, raised and produced in Wisconsin. Funds for printing and distribution are provided by sponsors and donors throughout the state. This Business Called Agriculture student booklets and teacher guides can be ordered through our online store.
This year’s essay contest topic is “How has Wisconsin agriculture affected your life today?” Our 2020 Book of the Year is “Right this very minute” by Lisl Detlefsen. The book and essay topic allow students to explore how agriculture affects us each day as we eat, the clothes we wear, careers around us, how it …