Classroom Lesson Plans
Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation provides instructional materials for agriculture education at all grade levels to all public and non-public Kentucky schools. The lesson plans cover a wide range of current topics including nutrition, consumerism, economics, environment and agriculture literacy for urban and rural students. In addition, the lessons are related to the principle concepts of “Project Food, Land & People,” a nationwide agriculture education curriculum development project modeled after “Project Wild” and “Project Learning Tree.”
For more information on classroom lesson plans, contact Scott Christmas, Director, Women & Agriculture Education, 495-5000 ext. 7221 or Scott.Christmas@kyfb.com.
- A Day on the Farm
- Animals on the Farm
- Farm Products Help Me Grow
- Food Choices - A Socio-Cultural Decision
- Agriculture Shapes Kentucky History
- Ecosystems - the Essential Connection
- Let's Go On A Shopping Spree!
- Make Your Own Biodegradable Plastic Stuff
- What's For Dinner, Dad?
- Animal Rights vs. Animal Welfare: Understanding the Issue
- Farmers - Caretakers of the Land
- Food Choices - the Pyramid Way
- How Many Jobs in a Loaf of Bread?
- The Agriculture Export - Import Game
- Agriculture and the Environment - An Interdependence
- Figuring Out Food Labels
- Food Safety - Consumers Need the Facts
- Recycling - Taking it Easy on the Environment
- World Hunger - A Cultural Crisis
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