Elementary

  • strawberry plant

    Parts of a Strawberry Plant

    Grades K-2 (Poster) The fruits and vegetables we eat come from parts of a plant. Flowering plants have six main parts. Use this 28" X 24" laminated poster of a strawberry plant to label and discuss the functions of the roots, stems, leaves, flowers,...

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  • Pizza Time

    Pizza Time

    Grades K-7 (Bulletin Board) This 42" x 42" bulletin board uses the skill of "telling time" to help students understand the time it takes to grow, process, and produce the ingredients of a pizza. It can easily be used to teach concepts of time,...

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    Plant Part Chart

    Grades K-2 (Poster) The fruits and vegetables we eat come from parts of a plant. Identify examples of roots, stems, leaves, flower, fruit and seeds using this colorful 25"X30" poster. Use with the lesson Eating Plants found on the National Agricultural...

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    Pollination Simulation

    Grades 3-6 (Kit) Simulate the role worker bees play in pollination by conducting a pollination simulation. Each kit includes pompoms, cups, jewel bags, yarn, and straws.  This activity can be found in the Honey Bees: A Pollination...

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  • 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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  • Safety Glasses

    Polycarbonate Impact Resistant Lens sized for Adults.  Potential eye hazards may exist in the classroom. Use these clear safety glasses to protect your eyes from potential hazards.

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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 cornerstone

    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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