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In this Agriculture Day learning exercise, students complete activities such as reading a passage, phrase matching, fill in the blanks, correct words, multiple choice, spelling, sequencing, scrambled sentences, writing questions, survey, and writing. Students complete 12 activities on Agriculture Day.
In this agriculture worksheet, students read the pages related to the discovery and practice of alternative ways of producing new crops. Then the graphic organizer is filled out for each idea.
Here is a reading comprehension activity where learners read a short paragraph about agriculture. Then, they must write down two negative impacts agriculture has on the environment, and two positive outcomes that agriculture provides. Finally, pupils draw a picture of agriculture "effecting the environment." Note: It would be more correct to say agriculture "affecting the environment."
In this science worksheet, young scholars find the words that are related to the finding of terms and information about agriculture for ten questions. The answers are on page 3.
Here is an eight-page packet of worksheets that deal with agriculture in the state of Washington. All sorts of activities, puzzles, games, and interesting information about agriculture in Washington is presented. There should be something for everyone in this packet!
In this European Union instructional activity, students respond to 6 short answer and 8 fill in the blank questions about the Common Agricultural Policy.
In this agricultural products worksheet, students decide which regions Louisiana towns are in, complete a charts listing several different items for sale and the towns where they are sold and write statements that generalize about the foods sold in each region by filling in the blanks in the sentences.
Pretest knowledge of seeds and fruits. Work through four on-paper activities about seed quality. Experiment using three different methods for germinating three different types of seeds and calculate percentage. Take a post-test to demonstrate what was learned. These assignments are laid out for your secondary agriculture or botany class. You may need to adjust formatting a little bit.
In this agricultural products activity, 4th graders use the information on four maps of New York Agriculture to make a comprehensive map of all products and answer four questions.
In this African agriculture worksheet, students read a 1-page article about Nigeria's cash crops and then complete a map activity based on the reading.
The Alaskan Dept. of Agriculture has put together a 13-question instructional activity that deals with many of the agricutural aspects of the state. A good resource for any Alaskan teacher who is beginning a unit on agricultural practices within the state.
For this agricultural vocabulary worksheet, students examine 7 words regarding agricultural distribution and match them with the appropriate definitions.
For this agriculture worksheet, students answer 13 questions about land and agriculture, monocultures, irrigation, pests and pest management
Young scholars explore baseball. This is a cross-curricular plan that includes math, history, and agriculture. Pupils use their five senses to observe the materials a baseball is made from and identify the agricultural products used. In addition, they read about the sport of baseball as it was played in Ancient Rome and complete reading comprehension worksheets. For the math portion, learners measure the circumference of a baseball and the length of a baseball bat, and solve math story problems based on a baseball theme. You might be hard-pressed to meet all of the standards listed by the publisher.
Third graders create a brochure to represent the industry that makes up Michigan's economy. For this Michigan's economy lesson plan, 3rd graders include manufacturing, agriculture, services, and tourism.
For this cloning worksheet, learners will read a paragraph about how cloning has been a benefit to medicine and agriculture. Students will underline the main idea in the paragraph and write down three supporting details. Then learners will complete 4 true or false questions.
What is life like for migrant farm workers picking tomatoes at the industrial level? Your class will research and create a visual display describing farm life, work on the farm, and the pressures put on agricultural producers by high consumer demands. Web links are included.
An entertaining coloring book on Alaskan agriculture awaits your young learners. Pupils color in black line outlines of vegetables and animals, and write the word above them. The pictures are designed by students - very cute!
In this industrialization activity, students make notes in a chart to explain how eight different factors contributed to the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. Students write a short explanation of how enclosure and crop rotation paved the way for an agricultural revolution.
In this agriculture worksheet, pupils take a multiple choice exam that focuses on the use of beans in different aspects of agriculture and society.