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

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In this charming storybook, a hard working bee will encourage trust and perseverance while your students learn about pollination and how honey is made. Also available in French.

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K
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Encourage your student's to 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 each of the students with fun activities on one side and a place to share their personal food story on the other.

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K
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This educational storybook highlights many of the crops and livestock that are grown and raised on the prairies. Follow Abby and her mom as they take a fieldtrip in the prairies to learn all about where their food comes from! Available in FRENCH and ENGLISH. One book per classroom.

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This kit is sure to engage your students in learning about crops grown in Saskatchewan! Each kit features FIVE sets of seed samples of 13 different crops commonly grown in Saskatchewan and posters with 3 activities (Seed Classification, What Crop Am I? and Seed Specialist). Teacher lesson plan also included. Available in FRENCH and ENGLISH.

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3

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A hands-on, interactive resource that connects kids to where their food comes from. Students learn what crops, animals and plant parts are needed in order to make the foods that they commonly eat which can lead to healthier eating choices and a better appreciation for agriculture and its role in feeding the world. Can be adapted for younger grades.

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This educational storybook focuses on farm stewardship and sustainability, while also highlighting modern farm practices and technologies. Come join Michael and Mia on a gardening and farming adventure, complete with full colour illustrations, photographs, and infographics! Available in FRENCH and ENGLISH. One book per classroom.

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4
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Sci
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This interactive resource will provide the means for students to inquire, explore, and investigate “How might Saskatchewan agriculture contribute to global food security for 9 billion people?”. Multiple components enhance the learning experience for students, including a four-part video, an interactive SMART Board or MIMIO game, classroom activities, and an inquiry project on SK agriculture and the connection to food security.

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7

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Students are encouraged to think critically about answering the overall question of "How can I make informed food choices". This resource includes a variety of engaging components such as videos, interactive student sheets and more! A downloadable version is also available.

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9
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Hlth
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Students are given the mission to assemble a team of food production professionals to send to Planet X to sustainably produce food for the growing world. Students will gain an appreciation and knowledge of the multitude of professions within the Agriculture and Food sectors, while also understanding the importance of everyday food production and sustainability to the global population. Also available in French.

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9
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How do people in agriculture create and sustain a healthy relationship with the land? Through two modules students will investigate crop production and technology during a seed germination experiment and comparative study, and then undertake soil experiments to explore sustainable land management practices. We coorinate delivery of ES 20 kits with the school divisions. If you do not have a kit, contact programs@aitc.sk.ca.

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