We found 513 resources with the concept farming
How Does Your Garden Grow?
8th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewSeventy thousand different types of soil exist in the United States alone. Young scientists learn about the importance of soil to the food supply. They test soil for a variety of factors and determine the best place to set up a community...
Biomagnification and the Trouble with Toxins
7 mins 7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewOur relationship with toxins is, well, a little toxic. Explore how harmful substances work their way throughout the environment with a video from an expansive biology playlist. Topics include DDT and mercury, trophic levels, and water...
Migrations and Intensification: Crash Course Big History #7
14 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
What happens when the earth reaches its carrying capacity of humans? As human populations grow, societies change from hunters and gatherers to agriculture to the industrial age and beyond. A video takes a global perspective of migration...
Farm Printables Collection
Pre-K - 2nd
Teach your class about the farm with the ABCmouse.com! This collection includes coloring pages, a word search, and color-by-numbers pages. Access these and thousands of other resources for Preschool through 2nd grade at www.ABCmouse.com/Teachers. Create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account to visit the ABCmouse farm—perfect for a virtual field trip!
MinuteEarth: The Story of Our Planet
3 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Planet Earth has come a long way from its dramatic beginnings. How long did all of these changes take? Science sleuths unravel the often-tangled timeline of our progress from single-celled sea creatures to world-traveling homo sapiens in...
Farming the Desert: Geography of the Sahel
8th - 10th CCSS: Designed
Make the best of what you have! Learners investigate how people of the Sahel region do just that as they modify the land for framing. Collaborative groups research the geography of the Sahel region and how humans impact the ecosystem.
Foundation of Civilization: Technological and Environmental Transformations
9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
What are the attributes of a civilization? A unit from Crash Course World History connects the main ideas from four of its videos to define a civilization and to track the transition from the Paleolithic Era to the Neolithic Revolution.
Food Sustainability Unit
Lesson Plans for the week long unit about food sustainability. This unit talks about the different aspects of food and how it relates to sustainability. Day one considers the importance of a healthy diet and how malnutrition and over nutrition effects the body. Day two has to do with how food is grown, and the physical processes involved. Day three discusses how food gets from the farm to the table. Day four is about the sustainability of the practices that we have in place, and day five wraps it up with a service learning project at a local Feed My Starving Children.
Family Time: English Language Development Lessons (Theme 5)
2nd CCSS: Adaptable
Support English language development with a family-themed unit consisting of a series of lessons designed to get your scholars moving, looking, speaking, writing, and listening. Conversation topics include birthdays, family...
Alabama Farm Life in the Great Depression
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
The Great Depression not only impacted city folk and factory workers, it also had a profound effect on farmers. Young historians examine primary source materials that document the struggles of Alabama farmers during this time and then...