Teaching Tool Grab Bag

Explore a few more of our best teaching resources that stand on their own, including a coloring book, California Grows Map, Ag Quiz, and more!

"Where Your Food Grows" McDonalds Tray Liner/Placemat"Where Your Food Grows" McDonalds Tray Liner/Placemat

Use the tray liner to help students understand where their food comes from and that California farmers grow much of the food served in restaurants.

California Agriculture: Farming is Everywhere Coloring BookCalifornia Agriculture: Farming is Everywhere Coloring Book

Follow your hosts Farmer Joe and Farmer Maria through this coloring book to learn more about agriculture. Have fun seeing and coloring all that agriculture provides—it is more than you could ever imagine!

Prolific Pollinators

Prolific Pollinators

How does your food get pollinated? Pollinators are essential to agriculture and the environment. Students will learn about the various categories of pollinators and their contribution to producing California agriculture commodities. Includes three activities, a math exercise and ideas for Service Learning and Citizen Science. This resource is aligned to California Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards.

California Grows... MapCalifornia Grows... Map

Learn about the top three ag commoditiies in each California county with this California Grows... poster.

California Agriculture QuizCalifornia Agriculture Quiz

Presidential Turkey Tour Activity GuidePresidential Turkey Tour Activity Guide

The four-page guide introduces students to the history of our nation's Presidential Turkey tradition and engages them with activities about the popular poultry. Activities are aligned to California Education Standards which include Common Core English Language Arts, Common Core Mathematics, and Next Generation Science Standards.

Teacher Resource GuideTeacher Resource Guide

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*Please note that this resource was last updated for the 2013-2014 school year. We are currently working on alternative methods of sharing additional agricultural education resources.*