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  • Wheat Fall 2019

    Wheat Bundle

    Grades K-8 (Kit) Wheat is the most widely used grain across the globe. Experience threshing and grinding the wheat with your students while discussing how bread is made in different cultures. Each wheat bundle has 35 stalks of wheat. A Note on Wheat...

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  • WheatGermDNArefill

    Wheat Germ DNA Necklace Refill

    Grades 3-5 (Kit) This is a refill kit. Kit includes stir sticks, pipettes, microcentrifuge tubes, and yarn to refill the consumables in the Wheat Germ DNA Necklace kit. Includes enough refill materials for 30 students.

    $14.00
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  • wheat kernel samples

    Wheat Kernel Samples

    Grades 3-5 (Kit) This kit contains kernels of the six classes of wheat grown in the United States and information cards describing their characteristics. Samples of Hard Red Winter, Hard Red Spring, Soft Red Winter, Soft White, Hard...

    $18.00
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  • Where Does it Grow? Cards

    Where Does it Grow? Cards

    Grades 9-12 (Kit) This kit contains 36 cards with images of foods commonly found at a grocery store. This card set is printed on durable synthetic paper. Use the Where Does it Grow? cards with the World Fabric Map. A downloadable version of the cards...

    $14.00
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  • Where in the World

    Where in the World Food Cards

    Grades 3-5 (Kit) This kit contains cards with images of foods from around the world. The Where in the World Food Cards are designed to be an add-on to the World Fabric Map. A downloadable version the cards can be found in lesson plan The...

    $10.00
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  • why_cow

    Why Can a Cow Eat Grass?

    Grades 3-8 (DVD 29 min.) This video provides an in-depth look at the digestive tract of cattle, focusing on differences between cattle and human digestive systems. Take a journey into a cow's stomach and microscopically view the stomach contents...

    $12.00
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  • wool_ewe

    Wool Ewe Keep Me Warm?

    Grades 3-8 (DVD 27 min.) What is wool and where does it come from? How does it get from the sheep to the sweater? Why do shepherds use dogs to herd sheep? Why have sheep been important to humans since prehistoric times? These questions and many more are...

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  • wool refill

    Wool Refill

    Grades K-12 (Kit) For more information about spinning and dyeing wool, take a look at this Hands-On With Wool activity.  Lesson plans associated with this kit can be found on the National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix.

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  • wool samples

    Wool Samples

    Grades K-5 (Kit) Kit comes with a sample of some scoured wool and some wool top. Scoured wool is wool that has been washed commercially so that grease and vegetable matter are removed. Wool top is wool that has been scoured, carded, and combed.Lesson...

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  • wool spinning

    Wool Spinning

    Grades K-12 (Kit) Make social studies memorable with hands-on activities that involve students with the materials and techniques used for centuries to spin, dye, and felt wool. This kit contains 15 feet of wool top, 30 wool-spinning hooks, and...

    $14.00
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  • World Fabric Map

    World Fabric Map

    Grades 6-12 (Fabric Map) This fabric map is an excellent resource for "hands-on" geography activities. The cotton fabric washes well and can be taken outside. Countries and their capitals, and major bodies of water are identified. Each map has been...

    $18.00
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