Students will identify the structure and function of six plant parts and classify fruits and vegetables according to which parts of the plants are edible.
Students will identify how the basic needs of a growing chick are met during incubation by identifying and diagramming the parts of an egg.
FARM ANIMAL MATCH
Students will match farm animals with their young, learn the terminology for males, females, and baby animals, and identify the products each farm animal produces.
MY FARM WEB
Students use the visual representation of a web to explore the role of agriculture in their daily lives and understand how most of the necessities of life can be traced back to the farm.
Students will describe the physical properties of materials and observe physical and chemical changes as they learn about the ingredients in pancakes and how maple syrup is harvested from trees.
THE LIFE CYCLE OF A FLOWERING PLANT
Students will understand the needs of a seed to germinate and the needs of a plant to grow while exploring the life stages of a flowering plant.
RECYCLED SEED PAPER
Students make recycled seed paper that can be planted and discover what seeds need to germinate.
These learning activities have been adapted from the National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix and are ready for student eLearning engagement.