Egg to Chick
Incubating and hatching chicken eggs is a hands on learning experience you can use with students from kindergarten to 12th grade. Classroom experiments with chicken embryos can help you teach complex systems such as nutrition and circulatory system, or more basic skills such as data measurement, collection, and analysis. These projects help students learn biological concepts and develop a deeper understanding of the life sciences. Examining embryos at different stages of growth, and observing a beating heart are just two of the projects you can use.
Fuel up to play 60 is a program founded by the National Dairy Council and NFL, in collaboration with USDA, that empowers students to take charge in making small, everyday changes at school. Students can win cool prizes, like an NFL player visit or Super Bowl tickets, for choosing good-for-you foods and getting active for at least 60 minutes every day. We want kids to make a difference not only in their lives, but also their community.
Junior Master Gardener (Ages 4-12)
In a series of letters a boy, his science teacher, and his parents discuss the progress of a very unusual, sometimes frightening, plant that becomes more human as the summer progresses.
Along with this curriculum, there are 4 different activities you and your students can do in the classroom that helps the students relate to the book. The first activity is called Monster Flowers. This activity helps the children to understand the different parts of the flower. The 2nd activity offered is called Sproutzilla. this gives the students hands on growing and harvesting a crop and sprouting seeds. The 3rd activity is called Carnivorous Kid Plants, in this activity the students create a model to help them understand the carnivorous plants and the function of the systems of the Venus flytrap. And the final activity is called Growing Clean Air Neck Pet which helps the students understand plants needs and the many benefits that plants provide.