Companion Resources

  • Food Models

    Food Models

    Grades K-12 These full-color, life-size cardboard photographs of 200 commonly eaten foods are pictured in portion sizes with nutrition information presented in label format on the back. A perfect hands-on tool for teaching food and nutrition concepts!...

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  • Flavor Oils

    French Vanilla Flavor Oil

    Flavor oils are formulated specifically for lip balms and lip glosses. The flavor Oils are manufactured using a combination of both high quality Natural and Artificial ingredients. The natural ingredient base allows our flavors to enhance products with...

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  • Fiber to Fabric

    From Fiber to Fabric: Wool's a Natural

    Grades 3-11 (DVD 15 min.) This 1977 historical look at fiber, narrated by Orson Wells, follows the history of wool from before Egyptian times to the present day. This movie ties easily to social studies curriculum, as it discusses how England withheld...

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  • From Moo to You

    From Moo to You?

    Grades 4-8 (DVD 26 min.) This program explores a dairy food processing plant that makes many of our favorite foods, such as cheese, butter, and ice cream. Why "milk does a body good" and why it's considered nature's most perfect food are emphasized. A...

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  • Fruit and Vegetable Cards

    Fruit & Vegetable Cards

    Cards Only! The Fruit and Vegetable Card set teaches students about the differences between fruits and vegetables and offers many examples of each. Included are some of the "stumpers" such as cucumbers and avocados. This is a great resource for...

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  • Get Popping!

    Get Popping!

    How does popcorn pop? Investigate this phenomenon by observing how heat affects the water inside a popcorn kernel. This kit contains safety glasses, test tubes, a test tube clamp, an alcohol lamp, balloons, aluminum foil, vegetable oil, and popcorn...

    $30.00
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  • GM Leaf Test

    This lab allows students a hands-on opportunity to see and handle the seeds and/or plants of both conventional soybeans and genetically modified soybeans. If time is short, do the GM Soybean Seed Test. If you have additional time and resources to grow...

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  • GM Soybean Seed

    Provide a hands-on experience for students to compare conventional soybean seeds to genetically modified Roundup Ready® soybean seeds. This kit includes conventional soybean seeds, GM soybean seeds, and the testing materials to indicate which...

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  • Google Earth

    Google Earth on the Range Repeat Photographs

    Grade 7 (Kit) Take a tour of Utah rangelands with historical photos and cutting edge technology. This kit includes one laminated copy of each repeat photograph included in the Googe Earth on the Range lesson plan, which ties together the past and future...

    $12.50
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  • Grains and Legumes

    Grains and Legumes of the World

    Grades 4-9 (Kit) This hands-on activity explores grains and legumes common in global agricultural production—barley, dent corn, popcorn, oats, rice, wheat, soybeans, lentils, and pinto beans. Students create their own journals that include...

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  • hand lens

    Hand Lens

    Durable hand held magnifier. Large 2" magnifying lens with 3X power and smaller spot lens magnifies up to 5X power. Great for looking at seeds, soil and fibers. 

    $2.00
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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,...

    $66.00
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