Let’s plant some good ideas
Hi educators! We want to help you make local farming, food origins and nutrition meaningful to your students. So, we’ve prepared a video library, lesson plans, unique arts-based activities, worksheets, fun classroom snack ideas and more, all available for FREE! And because we’re Ontarians too, our resources are designed to help you teach to Ontario curriculum guidelines in the areas of arts, science, technology, the environment and math.
It’s easy to teach agriculture and grain farming to your students when you have access to quality resources. Check out our library of lesson plans, worksheets, and activities that were developed with education experts.View
Draw With Rob
This video series and supporting educator resources help kids learn about the science of agriculture through art in an interactive format. Explore plant growth, soil health, farm technology and coding.view
Grain Farming Videos
See our farmers in action with educational videos that are perfect for classroom use. Browse videos related to plant growth, nutrition and use of grains, and environment and community.View
Why teach agriculture?
Good in every Grain provides resources that correlate with Ontario’s Arts and Science and Technology curricula. We offer a unique approach that has students become artists and scientists, applying creativity and play concepts to learning about science and technology as they explore food, plants, soil health, worms, tractors, tech, seeds and more. Learning about agriculture, farming and food science is enlivened with easily visualized examples, real-world concepts and fun activities that spark a child’s imagination.
Modern agriculture is exciting and changing! Today’s farm involves agriculture and food sciences and technology, and soon it will include precision-agriculture and techgronomy, which will integrate technology with current and future farming systems.
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