Seed Survivor Mobile Classroom
View display pictures and requirements here: Seed Survivor Mobile Classroom | Seed Survivor
Please note: Due to the high demand for Seed Survivor we will be unable to meet all requests, and we apologize in advance that we are not able to tour the entire state. We will only be visiting the following counties: (The email announcement was incorrect, please see the corrected counties and dates below.)
• Hamilton and Columbia Counties – November 7-10
• Levy County – November 14-18
• Putnam County – November 21-23
• Alachua County – November 28-December 2
• Marion County – December 5-9 & 12-16
• Hillsborough County – December 19-23 & January 10-13
• Pinellas County – January 17-18
• Manatee County – January 19-20 & 23-27
• Polk County – January 30-February 3 & 6-10 & 13-17
• Okeechobee County – February 21-23
• St. Lucie County – February 24
Seed Survivor is a free, curriculum-based, agricultural program that tours North America year-round. It has been compared to a Walt Disney display on wheels and we can’t wait to bring it to your local classrooms.Last year we planted approx. 100,000 sunflower seeds with students across North America!This truck and trailer will arrive at pre-registered schools and children progress through interactive Seed Survivor stations. The 36-foot trailer is handicap accessible and includes an entry and exit door. Students spend half the presentation outside the trailer in a guided plant nutrient lesson and outdoor displays and half the presentation inside the trailer playing each station. They explore multi-media and virtual reality games, interactive activities, talking walls and much more.
After visiting Seed Survivor, students leave with an understanding that plants need water, light, healthy soil and nutrients to survive. They also learn about where their food comes from and the importance of agriculture to their daily lives. All participants get to plant a sunflower seed to take home and grow!
To see some of the videos, games and free teacher resources offered visit: www.seedsurvivor.com
Space requirements: Outdoor 60×30 foot space
Safe from traffic
No overhanging power lines
Entire space must be cleared for parking the unit
The display is set-up for the entire day, and we schedule in as many classrooms as possible
A minimum of four classrooms or four hours of presentation time will be scheduled (times are adjusted to your school’s time periods)
Approximately 30 students can participate in the display at one time
Teachers must remain present for their class presentation
Schools are welcome to request the display for multiple days
Students must wear appropriate outdoor clothing
REGISTER ONLINE – https://seedsurvivor.rnp.io/
Schools must complete an online registration form to request the display. Only successful candidates will be contacted.
Feel free contacting us if you have any questions:
Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc.
Judi Whitson, Florida Program Coordinator