Companion Resources

  • Aeroponic Garden

    In the lesson Aeroponic Engineering and Vertical Farming, students use the Engineering Design Process to develop and construct an aeroponic garden to grow a food crop. Add the Aeroponic Garden Kit to a 5 gallon bucket (not included) to complete...

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  • Beeswax Lip Balm

    Grades 5-12 (Kit) Beeswax is a valuable by-product of honey harvesting. Beeswax is used in the production of candles, cosmetics, artists’ materials, electronics, lubricants, polishes, inks, and paints. This kit includes common ingredients used to...

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  • Beeswax Modeling Clay

    Beeswax Modeling Clay

    Grades K-12 (Kit) Stimulate your students creativity with beeswax modeling clay. This kit contains the recipe and enough beeswax, coconut oil, and lanolin to make 36 portions of all-natural modeling clay that softens with the warmth of your hands...

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  • Desktop Greenhouse

    Desktop Greenhouses

    Do plants need light? Students will investigate the importance of light to plants by creating desktop greenhouses. Kit includes clear plastic cups with lids, black plastic cups, black electrical tape, black card stock, Jiffy 7 peat pellets,...

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  • Hen House Prototype

    Creating a prototype is an important part of the engineering process. Adding paper circuits and fans to a cardboard model can be a cost effective way for students to build a prototype. The Hen House Paper Circuit kit contains copper tape, white LEDs,...

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  • Living Science Careers Equipment Bags

    Grades 7-12 (Kit) This is a great resource to help your students better understand the exciting and diverse array of STEM employment opportunities in food, agriculture, and natural resources. Each kit comes with yarn, signs, and seven Living Science...

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  • Paper Circuits

    Paper Circuits

    Paper circuits are an exciting way for students to learn how electrical circuits work. The concepts learned in this activity are a springboard for more complicated electrical projects such as sewing circuits and building prototypes controlled by Arduino...

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  • zorcon kit

    Planet Zorcon

    Grades 4-8 (Kit) This interactive group activity will help your students understand the limited resources available for consumption on earth. Students will work in groups to explore the connection between individual behavior and resource use, explain the...

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  • serious cereal science kit

    Serious Cereal Science

    Grades 7-9 (Kit) Just as grains were foundational in the advent of agriculture thousands of years ago, they continue to play a central role in agriculture and food security today. Corn, rice, and wheat provide more than half of the calories consumed by...

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  • Strawberry DNA

    Strawberry DNA Necklace

    Grades 7-9 (Kit) Is there DNA in my food? Absolutely! Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a long molecule that contains the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms, including the plants we eat. Use this kit...

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  • Test Tube Hydroponics

    Test Tube Hydroponics

    Investigate the importance of nutrients for plant growth and discover how plants grow without soil. Use this kit to grow and observe plants in a test tube hydroponic system. Kit includes rock wool, seed-starter trays, soybean seeds, plant tags, test...

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  • What is a Fruit? What is a Vegetable?

    Grades K-7 (Bulletin Board) This set of two bulletin boards (42" x 42" each) is printed on high quality tear-resistant paper and teaches students about the differences between fruits and vegetables and offers many examples of each. Included are some of...

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