Welcome to Florida Agriculture in the Classroom’s Teacher Resource Center.
Please click on the tabs below to find kindergarten through 12th grade lessons that are hands on, correlated to recent standards and teach core subject areas. Formally called Keeping Florida Green lessons.
For additional agriculture-related, educational activities, please click on one of the tabs below.
- General Ag
*The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has created six “Science of Cooking” videos. They are short, fun educational videos that explain that there is more to cooking than just food, it is SCIENCE!! Click here for videos.
*The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services: Division of Aquaculture has expanded its education resources through a new aquaculture educator resources webpage on the division’s website. This site is designed to be a one-stop-shop for teachers interested in starting or enhancing an aquaculture program at their school, including free presentations and curricula, technical assistance contacts, and comprehensive lists of aquaculture education opportunities in Florida. The webpage is FreshFromFlorida.com/Education/For-Educators/Aquaculture-Educator-Resources. For further information about the division’s new education resources please contact Charlie Culpepper at 850-617-7600 or Charlie.Culpepper@FreshFromFlorida.com.
*Do you have a SMART board and need agriculture lessons? Click here to link you to Illinois in the Classroom website.
*Want to learn more about beef cattle and how to incorporate them into your classroom? Check out these great Beef lessons and activities from American Farm Bureau Foundation. Click here to link to American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture.
For a comprehensive guide for Florida teachers to help plan, fund, create and learn with a school garden click here.
Gardening for Grades
A comprehensive guide for Florida educators designed to teach health, science, language arts, math and more using a school garden.Gardening for Nutrition
Project Food, Land & People’s Resources for Learning provides teachers and their students with 55 lessons, all supporting Food, Land & People’s mission to develop citizens literate about the relationships between agriculture, the environment, and human populations. For more information click here.
Fun, and informational activity guides for kids.
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