Elementary

  • Pompom Punnett Square

    This activity can be used with the lesson Peas in a Pod and illustrates the results of Gregor Mendel's experiments with pea plants. Scaffold instruction by first modeling how Punnett squares work and then monitoring students as they create pompom Punnett...

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  • Popcorn on the Cob

    Pop popcorn right off the cob! Simply place the ear of popcorn in a brown paper bag, roll the end, and microwave. Lesson plans associated with this kit can be found on the National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix.

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  • PTC paper

    PTC Test Paper

    Are you a "taster" or a "non-taster?" PTC paper is used to test whether or not a person can taste the bitter flavor of phenylthiocarbamide (PTC). The ability to taste or not taste PTC is conveyed by a single gene, TAS2R38, that codes for a taste receptor...

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    Rice in the Hull

    Grade 6 A small 1-oz bag of rice seed still in the hull. The hull is a hard protective coating that protects the rice seed. Removal of the hull is done at a mill and is the first step in processing rice for consumption. This is a companion resource to...

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  • SandpaperTexturing

    Sandpaper Texturing

    Students will explore soil textures using sandpaper and hand lenses. Kit includes 30 squares of sandpaper (10 pieces of 60 grit, 10 pieces of 220 grit and 10 pieces of 400 grit) and 10 hand lenses that students will use to explore basic hand texturing...

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  • terrarium kit

    Seeds for Terrariums

    Grade K-12 (Seeds) This kit contains a variety of agronomic or crop seeds for planting in terrariums. Seed varieties include wheat, soybeans, popcorn, and bean seeds. Download the lesson plan: Terrariums: A Look at the Living & Nonliving World...

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    Sheep - Utah's Agricultural Cornerstone

    Grades 4-7 (DVD 23 min.) During the first decades of the 20th century, sheep were the most important livestock in Utah in both numbers and value. In the 1920s there were over 2.5 million sheep in Utah worth $23 million dollars! Utah, with its millions...

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  • soil painting kit

    Soil Painting

    Grades 3-4 (Kit)  This kit includes five Utah soils that have been finely ground and sifted. Each soil is labeled with the name of the Utah county from which it was collected, the soil type and order, and the color of the soil classified by hue,...

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  • Soil Sample (Clay)

    This kit contains a 2-cup sample of Utah clay. Great for teaching students about soil textures and plant growth. An excellent resource for the garden. Samples are designed to be used with soils lessons found in the National Agricultural Literacy...

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  • Soil Sample (Sand)

    This kit contains a 2-cup sample of Utah sand. Great for teaching students about soil textures and plant growth. An excellent resource for the garden. Samples are designed to be used with soils lessons found in the National Agricultural Literacy...

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  • Soil Sample (Silt loam)

    This kit contains a 2-cup sample of Utah silt loam. Great for teaching students about soil textures and plant growth. An excellent resource for the garden. Samples are designed to be used with soils lessons found in the National Agricultural Literacy...

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    Soil Samples (Soil Texture)

    This is a great kit for teaching students about soil textures. The kit includes two cups of sand, two cups of silt loam, and two cups clay. Each kit weighs four pounds. All of the soil samples are from the state of Utah and are representative of the...

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