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Lessons

Hundreds of lessons that are hands on, correlated to recent standards and teach core subject areas.

Grades 3-5 | Science, Language Arts, Health

1, 2, 3 Infinity?

Connecting annuals, biennials, and perennials to the foods we eat helps students understand the nutrients those foods provide us and why the plants contain those nutrients. The focus will be on how plants store food and why.

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Gardening | Grades 1-4 | Math, Science, Language Arts

Inch by Inch, Row by Row

Students plan and map garden beds, using information about growth requirements for each plant.

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Water | Grades 2-5 | Science, Language Arts

It Cycles and Recycles Lesson

The water on the earth continuously cycles and recycles.  It may take thousands of years to do so but, nevertheless, it is the same water recycling over and over. This lesson teaches students that fact and the details of the water cycle.

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Dairy | Grades 3-8 | Math, Language Arts

Making Milk

In this lesson, students will learn about the milking process, composition of milk and how the dairy product goes from the animal to the table.

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Dairy, Gardening | Grades 4-8 | Language Arts, Social Studies

Florida’s Milk Makers

Students will explore the Florida dairy industry, including breeds of dairy cattle and the significance the dairy industry has in the state.

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Chocolate, Coconut | Grades 5-12 | Language Arts, Social Studies

Coconut to Candy Bar

In Coconut to Candy Bar students will trace the production of a candy bar that includes coconut as its flavoring ingredient, from the first ingredient, to the final product.

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By-product | Grades 1-7 | Math, Science

Beyond Food

The agriculture industry is responsible for producing a variety of products. By-products are a secondary product created when an initial product is produced. Virtually every part of an animal or plant is put to good use. This lesson discovers the differences between products and by-products and showcases how relevant agriculture is in daily life.

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Cotton, Fiber | Grades 5-8 | Language Arts, Social Studies

Fibers From Nature Lesson

Not only do plants provide us with many delicious edible products, they also produce fiber for clothing. This lesson introduces students to those non-edible products known as natural fibers with an emphasis on cotton. Students discover where cotton is produced on a national and global scale as well as what products are connected to what fibers.

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Citrus | Grades 4-8 | Language Arts, Social Studies

Citrus in Florida

Citrus in Florida will examine the development of oranges and their history here in Florida. Students will discover the significant role citrus plays in Florida’s economy, the impact citrus had on Florida’s history while learning about geography.

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Citrus | Grades 4-5 | Math

Citrus Math Lesson

Economists assemble a wide array of statistical information and analyses of that data about an agriculture industry, citrus. Students will put their math minds to work by solving real-world citrus problems and depicting real-world data.

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