Dear Fairmont Ag Students,
If you are practicing Ag skills at home, or just want to tell me how you're doing, please share with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I miss you!
Love, Mrs. Klistoff
A site for students to explore and discover our food, fiber and energy. Go to “The Classroom” and once in students should go into games, activity sheets, videos, eComics and books. Click the image above!
This site very rich in videos to watch about Agriculture, careers, study guides, and lessons. Watch their Harvesting Knowledge, Off the Shelf, Working the Land, Fast Facts about Food. Click the image above!
Distant Learning grade level Science lessons from the Fresno County Office of Education. There are Scanvenger Hunts, Virtual Field Trips, Animal Live Cams, At-Home Science and Stem Activities. At the bottom of this site, find your grade level and see the lessons determined by the NGSS standards. Click the image above!
Ag Lessons at homeTK-12, week by week. Click the image above!
Go to the featured resources or videos to learn about the many areas of Agriculture. Click the image above!
This site gives students opportunities to learn and grow through gardening, engaging their natural curiosity and wonder. There are garden based activities, gardening tips, blogs, and lessons. Click the image above!
Through distant learning, Whole Foods will inspire students with upcycled crafts, learn where their food comes from and to want to help in the kitchen. Click the image above!
The Nutrients for Life Foundation wants to reach students with engaging and relevant resources. There are so many to choose from, including Farmers 2050, Journey 2050, and explore topics in soil science. Click the image above!
American Grown: My Job Depends on Ag by PBS
These are videos that take an in-depth look of the stories of how agriculture touches us all far beyond the table, from the clothes we wear to the roof over our heads. Click the image above!
Practice your welding skills. Click the image above!
STEM Learning Challenge! The Purple Plow engages students in creating solutions for real-world, complex issues related to agriculture. Click the image above!