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    Informational Resource
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    Addressing Challenges of Drought

    Informational brochure that discusses the challenges of drought and how biotechnology can help.

    Developed by Council For Biotechnology Information
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    106

    Addressing Misconceptions about Agriculture

    The public has many misconceptions about agriculture. This resource provides lesson plans and a corresponding powerpoint that will explore whether or not many of the commonly held beliefs about food, agriculture and the environment have any scientific basis. The cost of returning items to AITC is the responsibility of the teacher/school recipient. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS RESOURCE IS AVAILABLE FOR A 3-WEEK LOAN OUT ONLY.

    Developed by American Farm Bureau
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Agriculture News Watch

    Students will undertake a series of assignments to acquaint themselves with current events and issues in agriculture. This lesson requires the collection of a series of contemporary and relevant agricultural issues to study; therefore, topics might include a number of issues, from food security to FNMI stewardship.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture in the Classroom
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource

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    125

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan's Past, Present, and Future Complete Resource

    An agriculture resource including 21 lesson plans, student activities, and teacher and student informational handouts. Complete with pictures, this cross-curricular resource is a fantastic learning tool for the Grade Four Social Studies Unit! Individual Lesson Plans can also be downloaded.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    31

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 01 - What is Farming?

    Students begin to explore basic definitions of farming and agriculture, determining why farming is an important aspect of all of our lives whether we live on a farm or not. Students explore the big question "what is agriculture?" through think/pair/share brainstorming and journaling. This lesson includes an optional ELA connection activity.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    42

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 02 - Agriculture in Saskatchewan

    Further exploring concepts from Lesson 1, this instructional resource explores agriculture's role here in Saskatchewan. This lesson allows students to identify a number of the major locally grown products, exploring the big question through student research: what do we grow/raise in Saskatchewan?

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    45

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 03 - Geography of Saskatchewan

    This lesson explores the geographical regions of Saskatchewan, identifying different types of landforms and their resources. Students explore the big question: what are the major resources in Saskatchewan? This lesson includes a number of cross curricular connections to Science, ELA, and Math.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    46

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 04 - First Nations Agriculture in Saskatchewan

    In this lesson students explore the close relationship First Nations people of Saskatchewan have traditionally had with the natural world through a number of activities including talking circles and the production of a medicine wheel. Students examine aspects of the interdependence of First Nations people with their environment.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    47

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 05 - Metis Agriculture in Saskatchewan

    In this lesson students explore the history of the Métis people and their contributions to the Canadian culture. Through a jigsaw method, students explore the historical background of Métis farming in Saskatchewan. In groups, students create representation of Métis agriculture in Saskatchewan based on their research.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    48

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 06 - The Settlers of Saskatchewan

    Students interview an elderly member of the community (possibly a family member) to learn the background of why they (or their parents) chose to come to Canada. In doing so, students are given a sense of what life was like when they first arrived. Students explore the importance of agriculture to the early settlers and compared to those whose families may have arrived in more recent times.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    49

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 07 - Early European Agriculture inSaskatchewan

    Students explore the historical background of Saskatchewan from the fur trade to the settlement of early Europeans. Students look at the contributions that varieties of cultures have made in Saskatchewan, taking particular note of agriculture's role in settlement and migration.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    50

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 08 - Home Sweet Home: Settlementsin Saskatchewan

    Students examine the living conditions of early Saskatchewan settlers. Students discuss key differences between their home life in modern day Saskatchewan and pioneer home life; they also consider any similarities. This lesson includes pre-assessment, large and small group discussions, and a project rubric.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    51

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 09 - Early Beginnings of Wheat

    Students learn about the origins and importance of wheat and be introduced to the beginning of the Saskatchewan wheat industry. This lesson challenges students to display what they think they know, what they want to learn, and what they have learned about wheat and wheat production (KWL).

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    32

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 10 - Wheat & the Settlement of Canada

    Students trace wheat from its humble beginnings across the ocean to Canada. Students ponder the question, "would you like to have been a pioneer?," considering the challenges and benefits of early wheat farming. This lesson should be taught after Lesson 9: Early Beginnings of Wheat.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    33

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 11 - Grains of Saskatchewan

    Students discover how the integration of other grains into the prairie farming economy has benefited Saskatchewan’s culture and economy, exploring daily products made from Saskatchewan grains. Students research barley, oats, and canola in greater detail.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 12 - Saskatchewan Grain Elevators

    In this lesson a grain operator will visit the classroom. From this visit, students gain an understanding of exactly what Saskatchewan grain elevators are used for, how they are built, how they are operated, and the history behind them.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    35

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 13 - Early Tools of Agriculture

    This lesson provides an overview of the beginnings of agricultural equipment on the prairies. Students consider the challenges of farming in Saskatchewan’s early years. Students will also recognize that our early farming practices exist in many parts of the world. This lesson should be followed by Lesson 14: The Farm Equipment Explosion.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    36

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 14 - The Farm Equipment Explosion

    Students consider how changes in farm equipment and technology have affected farming. In the last two hundred years the technology of farm equipment has dramatically changed. Farming has become much more mechanized and less labour intensive. As a result, Saskatchewan farming has changed dramatically. This lesson should follow Lesson 13: Early Tools of Agriculture.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    37

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 15 - Types of Farms in Saskatchewan

    In this lesson students are familiarized with various types of farms in Saskatchewan, the different products raised on each of the various types, and in some cases, the specialized equipment required. Focusing on a particular mode of farming in small groups, students are encouraged to consider why it is important for Saskatchewan to have a diversity of farm types and specialties.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 16 - Saskatchewan’s Agricultural Economy

    Students investigate agriculture's significance in the the economy today and throughout the years, including in pioneering communities. Students are introduced to specific vocabulary associated with trade (e.g. bartering, supply and demand, import and export, commodity, and global trade).

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 17 - Stewardship: The Responsibilityfor Taking Good Care of theResources Entrusted to Us

    Students explore concepts of stewardship is and its important role in agriculture, discussing First Nations stewardship and relationship with the land. Students discover that, in caring for the land, water, air, and animals, farmers too are excellent stewards of the land.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 18 - Agricultural Stewardship

    Students will learn how farmers care for the resources for which they are responsible. This lesson includes a Magic Square web quest activity and large and small group discussions. This lesson may be enhanced by arranging for an area farmer, rancher, agronomist, or research scientist to visit the classroom OR arrange for a visit to a local farm, ranch, or research facility.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    41

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 19 - A Visit To A Saskatchewan GrainElevator

    Students gain an understanding and appreciation of Saskatchewan grain elevators by participating in a tour. This lesson could be taught independently, with Lesson 12, or as part of an “Exploring Agriculture in Your Community” module.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    43

    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 20 - A Day in the Life of aSaskatchewan Farmer

    Students gain an understanding of exactly how a Saskatchewan farmer spends his/her day by interviewing the farmer and shadowing the farmer around the farm for a portion of a day. The interview will be documented in a journal. This lesson could be taught independently or as part of an “Exploring Agriculture in Your Community” module.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Agriculture: The Heart of Saskatchewan: Lesson 21 - Where in the World?

    In this lesson students identify what ingredients go into a meal and which ingredients are Saskatchewan grown. Students explore a number of essential questions such as "where does our food come from?" and "what are the benefits to eating locally grown foods?" through student-led research and farm-to-plate webs. This lesson closes with a culminating activity including suggestions for a Saskatchewan lunch!

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Storybook
    Storybook
    160

    Alex's First Seed

    A storybook for early elementary students about a little worm who helps grow his very first plant. This fun, educational book will help students to learn about the important role worms play in maintaining healthy soil to grow healthy food.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom Newfoundland
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    108

    All About Food:Exploring Canada's Food System

    The All About Food: Exploring Canada's Food System is an educational resource that presents factual information on 'hot topics' in agriculture such as food waste, biotechnology and career opportunities. The complementary website http://allaboutfood.aitc.ca/ extends learning with links to videos, interactive games, and industry websites. Student learning is framed through inquiry questions which promote critical thinking about the topics. The website also features a Teacher Guide.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom Canada
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    89

    All About Plant Structure & Growth

    Uncover the secrets of roots, stems and leaves - structures that are vital to a plant's role as an energy producer. Find out how water and minerals flow from the roots through the stem and into the leaves through special tissue called xylem and more. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: PLEASE RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by libraryvideo.com
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
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    All About Plant Structure & Growth

    Uncover the secrets of roots, stems and leaves - structures that are vital to a plant's role as an energy producer. Find out how water and minerals flow from the roots through the stem and into the leaves through special tissue called xylem and more. LOAN ONLY: PLEASE RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by libraryvideo.com
    Recipe Book
    Recipe Book
    109

    All About Pork

    A guide to purchasing, handling and cooking pork.

    Developed by Sask Pork
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    90

    All About Soil

    Soil is the loose top layer of the Earth's surface, but what is it made of, and how does it form? Why is it so important? Learn about all these questions in this 23 minute DVD. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by libraryvideo.com
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    164

    Assurer sa sécurité alimentaire

    Assurer sa sécurité alimentaire est un jeu interactif conçu pour enseigner les étudiants aux sujets et problèmes qui influence la sécurité alimentaire. Dans équipes, les élèves prennent des décisions semblables à celles des agriculteurs autour du monde. Le résultat de leurs décisions affectera directement la sécurité alimentaire de leurs pays-équipe. Ce jeu aide les élèves à reconnaître les risques liés à l'agriculture et les complexités impliquées dans la réalisation de la sécurité alimentaire mondiale.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    2

    Bake Sale

    Students learn about different plant products as they prepare and participate in a bake sale.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    3

    Beyond the Beef

    This lesson focuses on the many products that are derived from beef cattle, beyond just meat and meat products. Students will see that animal agriculture is an important part of their everyday lives.

    Developed by Saskatchewan Cattleman's Association
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    86

    Bien manger avec le guide alimentaire canadien

    Guide alimentaire avec information nutritionnelle.

    Developed by Health Canada
    Recipe Book
    Recipe Book
    110

    Big Book of Little Lentils, the

    A recipe book showcasing many Lentil recipes.

    Developed by Sask Pulse Growers
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    91

    Bill Nye - The Way Cool Game of Science

    The perfect complement to standards-based science instruction, this fast-paced DVD game is designed to test students' knowledge of textbook topics. Bill's snappy answers to smart science questions use video clips from the Bill Nye the Science Guy series - the most popular science series ever. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Disney Educational Productions
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    92

    Bill Nye, Climates

    Bill delivers hot sand from Saudi Arabia and bananas from humid Costa Rica, to explain how different climates are created and how they affect our planet. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Disney Educational Productions
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    93

    Bill Nye, Farming

    Bill Nye the Science Guy on Classroom Edition DVD is an adaptable format that allows you to access the wildly popular Bill Nye series. Bill Nye the Science Guy knows how to provide easy access to hard science. What's his secret? A fast paced approach blending humorous hIjinks with hands-on activities. Bill encourages Kids to ask interesting questions. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Disney Educational Products
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    94

    Bill Nye, Food Web

    In Food Web, watch as Bill Nye becomes tangled in a complex food web in his quest to demonstrate that all living things depend on other living things to survive. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Disney Educational Productions
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    95

    Bill Nye, Lakes and Ponds

    Lakes and ponds are formed when water collects (or pools!) in a low place in the ground. Where does all that water come from? Find out in this exciting program, as Bill ponders this and many other freshwater questions. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Disney Educational Productions
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    96

    Bill Nye, Plants

    In Plants, Science Guy Bill Nye branches out and gets to the root of the matter to explain wild things about plants such as how they breathe, make food, defend themselves, and move their seeds around. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Disney Educational Productions
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    97

    Bill Nye, The Planets

    Bill Nye gets up close and personal with each of the solar system's planets and moons. Bill goes planet gazing and takes a serious look at Jupiter's features, Earth's elliptical orbit, and the distances between planets. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Disney Educational Productions
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    4

    Biogas

    Students will discover a valuable alternate energy resource. Students will create their own biogas generator, thus exploring the chemical reactions that occur during the breakdown of organic matter.

    Developed by Agriculture Education, Prince Edward Island
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    5

    Biological Warfare

    Students will produce tobacco and observe and interpret the use of tobacco as a biological method of controlling plant pests. This lesson highlights the importance of enhancing plant growth through the use of biological (natural) methods of pest control.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    6

    Biotech Basics

    Some of the topics briefly discussed in this booklet include the history of biotechnology, improvement of consumer health, and the safety record of biotechnology. This booklet also includes a glossary of terms commonly used when discussing biotechnology.

    Developed by Council for Biotechnology Information
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    158

    Biotech Kit: Bacterial Transformation

    Developed for the Health Sciences 20 and Biology 30 curricula, this kit includes materials to transform bacterial cells by adding a glowing plasmid. Our program coordinator will be in touch with you to arrange delivery and borrowing period for the kit.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    157

    Biotech Kit: DNA Extraction and Food Dye Electrophoresis

    This is an introductory kit for the Grade 9 Science curriculum and includes materials for two activities: Isolating DNA from Wheat Germ and Food Dye Electrophoresis. Our program coordinator will be in touch with you to arrange delivery and borrowing period for the kit.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    159

    Biotech KIt: Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) Gel Electrophoresis

    Developed for the Health Sciences 20 and Biology 30 curricula, this kit includes materials required for students to use electrophoresis techniques to identify the contaminated food source. Our program coordinator will be in touch with you to arrange delivery and borrowing period for the kit.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    7

    Biotech Takes on Malaria

    This information pamphlet explores biotech's take on malaria; it provides a basic outline of the effects of and concerns regarding the disease, and how it is being fought through biotech/genomic approaches.

    Developed by Ag West Biotech
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    111

    Biotechnologie et Biocarburants

    Cette ressource examine brièvement comment la biotechnologie contribue à diminuer les gazes à effet de serre et décrit ce que l’avenir nous amènera.

    Developed by Council for Biotechnology Information
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    8

    Bread in a Bag

    An easy way to make bread in a classroom setting while touching upon the origin of essential ingredients.

    Developed by Utah Agriculture in the Classroom
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    98

    By Products Kit

    This kit is a fun way for students to discover how agriculture is all around them! Students will match everyday products with their animal or plant source. This kit contains samples of common items (such as marshmallows, ink, toothpaste, pampers, etc.) and cards with pictures of farm animals and crops. AITC-SK will provide the cost of returning this item by BUS only. Details will be included in your confirmation letter. BY PRODUCTS KIT IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE. PLEASE CHECK BACK IN THE FALL.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Student Guide
    Student Guide
    9

    Canadian Meat Goat Assoc. - Kids Activity Book

    A resource for elementary students which includes a bank of interesting goat facts, crosswords, wordfinds, and other fun activities.

    Developed by Canadian Meat Goat Association
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    112

    Canola Oil: Good for Everybody

    A Grade 4 resource that consists of three lesson plans to explore the health benefits of canola.

    Developed by Sask Canola
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    10

    Changing Face of Agriculture, The

    A history of Agriculture in Saskatchewan, including the challenges and changes in the industry.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Video
    Video
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    99

    City of Bees

    Explore the secret, complex world of honeybees from a child's point of view. Six year old Oliver and his young friends join a beekeeper as he cares for his beehives over the course of a year. The children study everything from how a queen bee rules the hive, the various jobs each bee performs, how bees pollinate and how bees can fly at amazing speeds. With colourful imagery, learning activities, and remarkable up-close video, viewers of all ages will be enchanted and informed about the remarkable world this is, the City of Bees. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. DVD is 30 minutes in length. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by www.choicesvideo.net
    Music CD
    Music CD
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    114

    Close to Home

    A CD full of fun music for young children. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by AITC Canada
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    11

    Conditioned Soil

    Students will plant a variety of grain seeds in different soils. The grains will be exposed to a variety of weather conditions relevant in farming today. Students will explore the question: how does soil and weather affect crop production?

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    115

    Cooking Up Chicken

    Students will learn about topics including food safety, food preparation, cooking, food security, chicken production, marketing, and more! This resource includes recipes, student worksheets, lab activities, handouts, and marking rubrics.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    12

    Corrosion

    Students will discover the amount of chemistry involved in soil colour, touching upon a number of methods which are used to protect against corrosion or rusting.

    Developed by Agriculture Education, Prince Edward Island
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    13

    Creating Safe Play Areas on Farms

    This document has been developed as a resource for safety professionals, farm and rural community leaders, and farm owners who want to understand important features of safe play areas for children who live on or visit farms, ranches, orchards or other agricultural settings. The focus is on children between the ages of 2 and 10 years old.

    Developed by National Farm Medicine Center
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    14

    Creating the Perfect Soil

    Students will design a method to improve the productivity of a soil. They will then carry out their experiment, assessing and evaluating its success over a two week period.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    162

    Decouvrir les metiers en agriculture

    Cette ressource encourage les élèves à développer leur compréhension de l’industrie agricole ainsi que l’occasion en carrière en agricoles.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    15

    Demonstrations in Soil Science

    A pdf resource containing 17 different experiments relating to soil science.

    Developed by Agriculture Education, Prince Edward Island
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    16

    Dirt on Pigs and the Environment, The

    Information regarding pigs and the nutrient cycle, manure management, and soil testing with an environmental focus.

    Developed by Saskatchewan Pork
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    17

    Dirt: Secrets in the Soil

    Designed for 4th grade students. This DVD contains a six-segment program that brings the fundamental lessons of soil science from the countryside into the classroom in a way that is sure to keep students entertained and motivated. Includes segments on soil texturizing and soil layers. Content is US, mostly Utah.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom Utah
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    18

    DNA Extraction

    A hands-on activity/experiment for extracting and separating DNA using an onion.

    Developed by Biotechnology - AITC, SK Study Series
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    19

    Eco-Enrichers

    An experiment involving earthworms and compost designed to help students understand the role plant and animal matter plays in eco-systems.

    Developed by Agriculture Education, Prince Edward Island
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    20

    Energy Conversion

    Students match farming activities with food chain components. Major concepts include: responsible uses of energy and energy forms.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Recipe Book
    Recipe Book
    117

    Essential Flax, The

    A recipe book that also contains dietary information, facts, and folklore about flax.

    Developed by Sask Flax Development Commission
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    150

    Exploring Agriculture Careers

    This resource prompts students to expand their understanding of, and career opportunities in, the agriculture industry. Also available in French.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    21

    Extraordinary Egg Teacher Guide

    The Extraordinary Egg is an information booklet which offers students in grades 7 to 12 an understanding of the egg industry, egg production and the nutritional contribution of eggs to our diet.

    Developed by Saskatchewan Egg Producers
    Poster/Map
    Poster/Map
    118

    Farming and the Environment Poster

    A colour poster that includes fun and engaging activities for elementary students. Class sets available.

    Developed by Farm & Food Care
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    156

    Farming Website (formerly Sask Schools Website)

    This website provides basic information on Saskatchewan in easy to understand language. Elementary students can easily navigate through this website to explore farming and agriculture. Click the "download now" button to navigate to website.

    Developed by J. Giannetta
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    119

    Feeding a Growing World: Exploring Saskatchewan's Role in Global Food Security

    Using an inquiry model for learning, this interactive resource will increase students’ understanding of food security and explore the opportunities that the Saskatchewan agriculture industry can play in feeding our growing world. The resource features multiple components to enhance the learning experience for students, including a four-part video, an interactive SMART Board game, and classroom activities. Note: this resource can be used even if you don't have a SMART Board. Also available in French.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    22

    First Year on the Homestead

    Production, processing, and marketing systems in historical prairie agriculture. Students also formulate and record their first year on the homestead.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Recipe Book
    Recipe Book
    120

    Flax - World Class Recipes

    This book contains numerous recipes that use flax and single serving nutrient analysis.

    Developed by SaskFlax
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    121

    Flax Facts

    This informative booklet contains health information on flax.

    Developed by SaskFlax
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    23

    Focus On Forestry Gr K-12

    Forests are one of Saskatchewan’s most valuable assets. Over fifty per cent of the province’s total land area is covered by forest. Forests provide critically important habitat for wildlife and represent a part of our culture, history and economy. They provide the materials and resources for many industries in Saskatchewan and are a place for recreation. For many people, they are a source of spiritual well-being. This revised edition of Focus on Forests contains many valuable and interesting lesson plans for your students.

    Developed by Sask Forestry Association
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    122

    Food & Farm Facts Grades 7 to 12

    A collection of 12 easy-to-implement activities that support learning with Food and Farm Facts, developed for grades 7-12 using National Learning Standards & Common Core. These are American, but can easily be adapted for Canadian content. Maximum 1 copy/teacher

    Developed by American Farm Bureau
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Food For Our Nation, Our World

    Students use a writing assignment to develop decision-making processes outlining their role in food production in Canada. This resource covers a number of Agriculture related topics including soil nutrients/chemical and organic fertilizers, pest control, and environmental issues.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    27

    Food For Thought

    This teaching resource helps students to gain some insight into the history of farming and agriculture in Canada, to gain an appreciation for agriculture, see how food gets from the farm to the table, understand crop protection techniques, and much more!

    Developed by TEACH magazine for CropLife Canada
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    124

    Food Studies 30 - The Science of Nutrition

    This teacher's guide is designed to provide the teacher with a comprehensive resource that will assist students in learning about canola. The information provides a text for both teaching and learning. The student activities give the teacher direction for using the facts about this important crop in the Canadian economy. The guided inquiry tool should be used to guide your students towards asking these questions on their own. This is an PDF download.

    Developed by Sask Canola
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
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    Fun with the Plant Nutrient Team

    This colouring activity book comes complete with fun activities and great information that will help elementary students to understand what plants need to grow.

    Developed by International Plant Nutrition Institute & OFAR
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Good vs Bad Bugs

    This module focuses on five common bugs (2 good, 3 bad). It introduces the students to how these bugs can interact in a positive or negative way with crop production.

    Developed by Crop Life Canada
    Video
    Video
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    Growing Our Food

    Did you know that rice is grown in fields that are covered with water? Or that earthworms can actually help plants grow healthy and strong. Find out more in this 23 minute DVD. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by libraryvideo.com
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Growing with Hydroponics

    This lesson discusses world population growth and the need to increase and advance food production. It takes a particular focus on technological advancement, namely hydroponics, and its role in feeding a growing world.

    Developed by
    Video
    Video
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    Hookin Up and How It Works

    This DVD educates students about farm implements and how they work. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Chris Fesko
    Recipe Book
    Recipe Book
    126

    Inspired by Mustard

    The recipe book contains mustard Information and recipes.

    Developed by Saskatchewan Mustard Development
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    52

    International Year of Pulses 2016 Education Pack: Elementary

    This pack contains 4, hour-long lesson plans and their curriculum connections to Canada’s provincial curriculums designed for the elementary classroom. This resources explores issues such as health and nutrition, food security, and environmental sustainability. The plans are designed to either build concurrently or work as stand-alone classroom activities. CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK. PLEASE CHECK BACK.

    Developed by AITC Canada and Pulse Canada
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    International Year of Pulses 2016 Education Pack: Grade 6-10

    This pack contains 4, hour-long lesson plans and their curriculum connections to Canada’s provincial curriculums designed for grades 6 through 10. This resources explores issues such as health and nutrition, food security, and environmental sustainability. The plans are designed to either build concurrently or work as stand-alone classroom activities.

    Developed by AITC Canada and Pulse Canada
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    87

    International Year of the Pulse Lesson Plans

    The United Nations has designated 2016 the International Year of Pulses, celebrating the important role peas, beans, lentils, and chickpeas play in health, nutrition, sustainability, and feeding the world. Agriculture in the Classroom Canada is proud to partner with Pulse Canada in offering lesson plans for educators across Canada to bring curriculum linked pulse concepts to the classroom.

    Developed by AITC Canada
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    Lesson Plan
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    Journey 2050

    Journey 2050 allows schools around the world to experience agriculture like it’s never been taught before. As students explore world food sustainability they make inquiry-based decisions to see the ripple effect on social, economic and environmental factors locally and globally.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Poster/Map
    Poster/Map
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    La durabilité environnementale de l’agriculture canadienne

    Cette affiche démontre les avantages environnementaux que l’agriculture procure pour le Canada, y compris de réserve faunique, de beaux paysages, ainsi des processus naturels tels que le recyclage des éléments nutritifs ou l’entreposage et le filtrage de l’eau. Seulement une par salle de classe. Dimension de l’affiche: 29 pouces par 18 pouces.

    Developed by Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Le mystère sucre de dame nature

    NOUVELLE version mise à jour – Cette ressource est conçue pour guider les élèves en exploration d’énergie alimentaire à travers une série de quatre missions: les chaînes alimentaires; les aliments, des champs à la table; le corps humain; et le bilan énergétique. L’information de base de l’enseignant et les activités pour élèves soutien les attentes du curriculum dans les domaines de la science, de la technologie, de la santé et de l’éducation physique. Cette ressource curriculum intégré est fournie par l’Institut Canadien du Sucre.

    Developed by Canadian Sugar Institute
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
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    LE PARCOURS DES ALIMENTS AVANT D'ATTEINDRE MON ASSIETTE

    La ressource Le parcours des aliments avant d’atteindre mon assiette est conçu pour encourager les élevés d’élémentaire d’apprendre plus sur l’agriculture en Saskatchewan et pour explorer leur relation personnelle avec la nourriture. Cette ressource comporte un plan de leçon qui guidera les élèves en exploration de nourriture cultivée en Saskatchewan et des napperons individuelles laminées et lavables pour les élèves de partager leurs histoires alimentaires personnelle. Cette ressource peut être utilisée à célébrer le mois d’agriculture en octobre. Chaque commande passée avant la fin d’octobre recevra un ensemble de marqueurs effaçables à sec pour les élèves à utiliser sur leurs napperons individuelles. N’oubliez pas de remplir le nombre d’élèves de votre classe lorsque vous placez votre commande afin que nous puissions envoyer le bon nombre de napperons et de marqueurs! Veuillez noter que les napperons sont en français, mais le plan de leçon est seulement disponible en anglais.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Storybook
    Storybook
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    Les Aventures de Michel & Mia, Des Cultivateurs Responsables

    Viens joindre Michel et Mia en aventure de jardinage et d’agriculture! Compris d’illustrations colorées, de photographes et d’infographiques, ce livre de conte éducatif se concentre sur l’intendance agricole et la durabilité, aussi soulignant les pratiques et technologies agricoles modernes. Seulement un par salle de classe.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
    128

    Les fabuloeufs ses aventures de Vietellus et ses amis

    Une feuille d’activité qui comprend de mots croisés et recherche de mots. Niveau prématernelle et maternelle.

    Developed by Canadian Egg Marketing Agency
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    129

    Les Graines de la Saskatchewan

    Cet outil pratique est complété par 14 différents types de semences, 5 tableaux de classification laminés, un jeu de correspondance photo-semence et des feuilles d’information. Cette ressource donne une chance aux élèves à examiner la croissance, la structure et la fonction des plantes tout en étant engagé dans une leçon pratique.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    130

    Living Necklace Kit

    The Living Necklace Kit includes instructions and materials for 35 students to make a necklace using a cotton ball, plastic bag, string and seed. In a few days the seed will sprout and the necklace will come alive!

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
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    Lesson Plan
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    Make Your Own Bio-Plastic Stuff… In Your Microwave

    Students make bio-degradeable plastic in the microwave using corn oil, corn starch, and water as a way to relate Agriculture to the environment and what we as humans can do to keep it sustainable for all.

    Developed by Utah Agriculture in the Classroom
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    Add to Cart Loan Only
    102

    Manure Milkshake

    A great hands on activity for students to showcase the importance of soil by examining the ingredients of a milkshake. AITC-SK will provide the cost of returning this item by BUS only. Details will be included in your confirmation letter. MANURE MILKSHAKE IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE. PLEASE CHECK BACK IN THE FALL.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Mapping Agricultural Products

    Children will show, on a map, the origin of agricultural products in their homes.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    152

    My Food Story

    My Food Story resource is designed for young elementary students to encourage them to learn more about Saskatchewan agriculture and explore their personal relationship with food. My Food Story consists of a lesson plan that will guide students in an exploration into foods grown in Saskatchewan and laminated, washable meal placemats for the students to share their personal food story. Teachers will receive a hard copy of the lesson plan, a placemat for each student and a set of washable markers. This resource can be used to help celebrate Agriculture Month in October. All orders placed before the end of October will receive a set of dry-erase markers for the student to use on their placemat. Remember to fill out the number of students in your class when you place this order so we can send the correct number of placemats and markers! My Food Story is also available in french under the title LE PARCOURS DES ALIMENTS AVANT D'ATTEINDRE MON ASSIENTTE.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom Sask
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Nourishing the Planet in the 21st Century

    High school biology classes offer an ideal setting for integrating many areas of student interest. In this modual, students participate in activities that integrate inquiry science, plant biology and mathematics to meet module outcomes. The lessons interweave science, technology, and societal issues. The real-life context of the module's classroom lesson is engaging, and the knowledge gained can be applied immediately to students' lives

    Developed by Nutrients for Life
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    Lesson Plan
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    Our Heritage, Our Future

    Students imagine the future trends and developments in agriculture technology.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    57

    Pesticide Debate, The

    Through discovery and exploration this resource discusses controversial environmental issues. Various facts and opinions from different organizations, individuals and experts are included.

    Developed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Pesticides

    Students will examine the impact of pesticides on the environment, the economy, and the health and well-being of society.

    Developed by Agri Science Resources
    Poster/Map
    Poster/Map
    134

    Piece of Agriculture in Canada Map, A

    A colourful poster of Canada. Perfect for any classroom wanting to promote agriculture in Canada.

    Developed by PFRA
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
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    Piece of Agriculture Trivia Game, A

    This trivia game focuses on the primary sector of the agri-food industry in Canada and can be played in small groups of 3 or 4, or as a large classroom group.

    Developed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    59

    Possible Food Futures

    Students will identify food issues of global concern, international mechanisms that exist to address these, and potential solutions to these global concerns.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    60

    Power Seeds

    Students will examine the two main angiosperm classes and examine the factors needed for seeds to germinate.

    Developed by Agriculture Education, Prince Edward Island
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Precious Produce

    Because of advancements in processing and packaging, people can store foods for longer periods of time, therefore decreasing food waste. This experiment challenges students to think creatively to invent their own packaging.

    Developed by Alliance to Feed the Future
    Student Guide
    Student Guide
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    Project Webfoot: Wetland Ecosystems 1, Habitats, communities and the diversity of life SG

    A student project guide for grades 4 -6 to support the lessons provided in the Project Webfoot: Wetlands Ecosystem 1 resource.

    Developed by Ducks Unlimited
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Project Webfoot: Wetland Ecosystems 1, Habitats, communities and the diversity of life TG

    A teachers guide consisting of 9 lessons to help students explore wetlands and a wide variety of ecological concepts.

    Developed by Ducks Unlimited
    Student Guide
    Student Guide
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    Project Webfoot: Wetland Ecosystems 2: Interactions and ecosystems SG

    A student guide for grades 7 & 8 to support the Project Webfoot: Wetlands Ecosystem 2 resource.

    Developed by Ducks Unlimited
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Project Webfoot: Wetland Ecosystems 2: Interactions and ecosystems TG

    Teachers guide for a unit that combines a field trip to a wetland ecosystem with a variety of classroom activities.

    Developed by Ducks Unlimited
    Student Guide
    Student Guide
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    Project Webfoot: Wetland Ecosystems 3: Evolution, diversity and sustainability of ecosystems SG

    A students guide consisting of six lessons teaching ecological concepts through the study of wetlands.

    Developed by Ducks Unlimited
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Project Webfoot: Wetland Ecosystems 3: Evolution, diversity and sustainability of ecosystems TG

    A teacher guide for grades 9 - 12 to support the Project Webfoot: Wetlands Ecosystem 3 resource.

    Developed by Ducks Unlimited
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Pulses

    What is a pulse? Label the parts of a plant as well as basic plant needs is just a few of these activities. This teacher guide has activities for students in Grade 1-3. Each activity comes with a answer sheet. This resource comes complete with a variety of pulse seeds. Maximum of 1/teacher.

    Developed by Sask Pulse Growers
    Storybook
    Storybook
    147

    Qu’est-ce qui pousse autour de nous?

    Suivez Abby et sa maman sur une excursion dans la prairie pour apprendre ou viens la nourriture! Qu’est-ce qui pousse autour de nous? est un livre de conte éducatif qui souligne plusieurs des cultures et bétail qui sont cultives et élevés dans les prairies. Seulement un par salle de classe.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    137

    Real Dirt on Farming 2014

    Wondering about the role of pesticides, hormones, and antibiotics in our food? In this resource, Canadian farmers talk about the important issues in today's food industry and give you the facts you need to help educate your students on modern food production. Class sets available.

    Developed by Farm & Food Care Foundation
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    138

    Relever Les Défis de la Sécheresse

    Montrer comment la biotechnologie peut aider à relever les défis de la sécheresse. Cette ressource contient l’information « le saviez-vous », et couvre comment géré la sécheresse, réduire l’empreinte environnementale de l’agriculture et les nouvelles technologies qui sont disponibles.

    Developed by Council for Biotechnology Information
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    Video
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    Safari Man Dan's Canadian Chicken Adventure

    A fun and educational DVD which follows the path of chicken from egg to plate. There will be a self-addressed label provided for return of materials. LOAN ONLY: RETURN AFTER 3 WEEKS.

    Developed by Chicken Farmers of Ontario, Nova Scotia, BC
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
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    Saskatchewan Seed Kit

    Your Saskacthewan Seed Kit comes complete with 5 sets of 13 seed samples of Saskatchewan's most commonly grown crops and suggested activities to engage your students in learning about crop production in Saskatchewan. Maximum order 1 per teacher. The lesson plans were revised summer 2016! This kit is also available in french but not that the new lessons have not yet been translated.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
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    Saskatchewan's Native Prairie

    The Canadian Prairie offers a distinct environment for plants, animals and people that live here. This booklet is intended to provide an appreciation for the impact that settlement has had on Saskatchewan's prairie landscape.

    Developed by Native Plant Society
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Seed Detectives

    Students examine seeds to determine the types of grain and identify a product made from each.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
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    Lesson Plan
    70

    Silicate Garden

    Students will learn the chemistry involved in stalagmite formation by creating a tiny garden.

    Developed by Agriculture Education, Prince Edward Island
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    Lesson Plan
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    Starting a Business in Agriculture

    In this activity, your students act in both sides of an investment market simulation. They develop a business plan to attract money and they evaluate business plans.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
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    Supply and Demand

    After explaining the economic concepts of supply and demand to your students, conduct this simple but fun activity to check if your students really understand how supply and demand and price are related.

    Developed by Utah Agriculture in the Classroom
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    73

    Technology in Agriculture

    Provides information on crop production technology, grain handling, livestock production technologies, and much more.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Storybook
    Storybook
    107

    The Adventures of Michael and Mia: Stewards of the Land

    Come join Michael and Mia on a gardening and farming adventure! Complete with full colour illustrations, photographs, and infographics, this educational storybook focuses on farm stewardship and sustainability, while also highlighting modern farm practices and technologies. Storybook is also available in french under the title Les Aventures de Michel & Mis, Des Cultivateurs Resonables. One book per classroom.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Learning Kit
    Learning Kit
    Add to Cart Loan Only
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    The Agri-Environment: Exploring a Healthy Relationship with the Land

    A new inquiry-based resource that contains two learning modules for students to explore the science of plants and soil as a means to investigate larger themes of production, technology, and sustainability in Saskatchewan. Contact programs@aitc.sk.ca to inquire about receiving a kit. We have a limited supply available and have been working with the school divisions to allocate the kits appropriately.

    Developed by AITC-SK
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
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    There's What in my Food?

    This booklet explains in detail some important information that all individuals should know about the food they eat. Maximum order of 1 per teacher.

    Developed by Potash & Phosphate Institute
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Tis the Season

    Students share with their classmates traditional family practices and any special foods associated with them.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
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    Tootsie Roll - Conversation about Conservation Terms…

    This activity is designed to help students understand the difference between conservation, preservation, and indiscriminate use.

    Developed by Utah Agriculture in the Classroom
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    143

    Understanding Nitrogen in our World

    Did you know that almost 80% of the air around you is made of nitrogen? This information booklet explains what nitrogen is and why nitrogen is so essential for plant growth.

    Developed by IPNI and FAR into the Future
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    144

    Understanding Phosphorus in our World

    Explains where phosphorus comes from, why we need it, and the various ways it is used.

    Developed by IPNI and FAR into the Future
    Informational Resource
    Informational Resource
    145

    Understanding Potassium in our World

    This colourful, easy to read information booklet, outlines important terminology, why potassium is significant to our health, and the benefits it provides for plant use.

    Developed by IPNI and FAR into the Future
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
    76

    Value-Added Crops

    Pulses, flax, cereals, canola, and the advances that have been made in biotechnology.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    77

    Water - A Thirsty Topic

    Students identify sources of water available to living things and construct a chart that indicates water sources for a variety of living things.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    What is for Dinner?

    This resource gives a comprehensive look at the issue of genetic engineering and its application to food production. It also demonstrates the connection between science, technology, society and the environment through a series of modules ranging from basic genetics to food production to the many societal issues surrounding genetically engineered foods.

    Developed by Food Safety Network
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
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    What is the Source?

    A fun way to learn about the misconceptions that farms provide us with only raw produce and other foods. In reality, agriculture also provides us with a wide variety of raw materials from which we are able to make clothes, books, cosmetics, medicines, sports equipment, and much more.

    Developed by AITC Utah
    Storybook
    Storybook
    146

    What's Growing Around Us

    Follow Abby and her mom as they take a fieldtrip in the prairies to learn all about where their food comes from! What's Growing Around Us is an educationaln storybook that highlights many of the crops and livestock that are grown and raised on the prairies. This storybook is also available in french, please search Qu'est-ce qui pousse autour de nous? ONE PER CLASS ONLY.

    Developed by Agriculture in the Classroom SK
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    Where Beef Comes From Lesson Plans

    Students will learn about beef production in Saskatchewan, including different steps in producing, growing and manufacturing beef. Children will also learn the valuable role beef plays in their daily diet.

    Developed by Stock Growers Association, Sherri & Avery Grant
    Instructional Resource
    Instructional Resource
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    Where Beef Comes From, a guided reading lesson plan

    A guided lesson plan to complement the "Where Beef Comes From" Storybook.

    Developed by Stock Growers Association, Sherri & Avery Grant
    Storybook
    Storybook
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    Where Beef Comes Storybook

    Students will learn about beef production in Saskatchewan, including different steps in producing, growing and manufacturing beef. Children will also learn the valuable role beef plays in their daily diet. One per class.

    Developed by Stock Growers Association, Sherri & Avery Grant
    Fun Activity
    Fun Activity
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    Where is Agriculture?

    Students can find out how agriculture touches their lives from the games they play to the homes they live in, agricultural products are everywhere!

    Developed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
    Poster/Map
    Poster/Map
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    Wild About Bees

    Get to know Canada’s 16 bee families, including the masons, the nomads and the plasterers, and why they have such interesting names. You’ll also discover answers to mysteries like why our bees aren’t as aggressive as more social species like honeybees. 22" x 34", 1 per class, French/English.

    Developed by Canadian Wildlife Fund
    Poster/Map
    Poster/Map
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    Wild About Butterflies

    With close to 300 butterfly species living in Canada for all or part of their life cycle, it can be tough to know who’s who. CWF’s Wild About Butterflies poster can help you identify 11 of the more common and colourful species and their caterpillar counterparts. 22" x 34", 1 per class, French/English.

    Developed by Canadian Wildlife Fund
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
    84

    Wily Wild Oats

    Students identify some biological factors that have made wild oats such a successful weed. Then the students collect wild oat samples and study the seed structures for possible clues revealing the reasons for the plants success.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program
    Lesson Plan
    Lesson Plan
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    World Trading Game, The

    This lesson gives your students a concrete experience in trading commodities. During bargaining and trading, students will experience free trade and a variety of trade restrictions.

    Developed by Alberta Agriculture Education Program