Secondary

  • 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 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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  • Ranch Starter

    Need a great way to connect students to rangelands? Have them start their own ranch! This kit includes 35 Jiffy peat pellet pots and enough grass seed to fill each pot. As your class learns about cattle grazing throughout Utah's history, students will...

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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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    Science in Your Shopping Cart

    Grades 7-12  We pay less for food than citizens of other nations; the United States enjoys the cheapest food in the world. Each year, dozens of improved products and new varieties of fruits, nuts, and vegetables emerge from the laboratories and...

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    Seed ID

    Engage students' inner detectives while reaching standards for science! Use this kit along with the Classified: Crop Case Files lesson plan to inspire students to examine observable traits, learn about classification in a real-world context, and then...

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  • Seed Samples

    Grade K-12 (Seeds only) This kit contains a variety of agronomic or crop seeds. Samples of corn, wheat, rice, and quinoa seeds are included. Use these seeds to complement the lesson Serious Cereal Science found on the National Agricultural Literacy...

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    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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    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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  • Source Search

    If you were to take a moment to look around and identify the items you rely on every day, they would likely include food, clothing, modes of transportation such as cars or bikes, building materials such as steel or wood, various technological devices...

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