The following teacher resource materials are based on Arkansas’ learning standards as defined in the Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks.
Ag-tivities are fun, hands-on activities that you can use to enhance your lessons on agriculture.
Click on the links below to view or download.
The Arkansas Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom Program has partnered with Dr. Craig Wilson and the Future Scientist Program to offer exclusive summer workshops in Stuttgart and Fayetteville. We are also participating in a third workshop in Jonesboro. The workshops will show you how to integrate science based research into your classroom and generate student interest in science. The workshop experience includes a visit from Dr. Wilson to your classroom during the school year to work with your students. Space is limited, so find the workshop that works for you and apply today.
These materials may be ordered from your county Farm Bureau for use in your classroom. Please contact your local county Farm Bureau to order these materials.
AITC Educational Materials
Recommended book list
Looking for accurate books about agriculture? Here is a list of books that offer more accurate information about agriculture. Each listing provides the book title, author, ISBN, age levels best served by the book and a description.
To search the list, click here.
Webquests take students on an internet journey to learn about different areas of agriculture. Webquests include activities for students to show what they learned on their journey. To see the list of webquests and start the journey, click here.
This bimonthly e-zine has been developed for the busy secondary educator and their students. Each issue features current events, classroom resources, activities, and grant opportunities that enhance standards based on science, applied technology and social studies curricula
To view the current AgroWorld click here.
Students can explore agriculture through virtual tours, test their ag knowledge and learn about agriculture in other states. Enter the zone here.
Ag-Discovery is an outreach program to help students learn about careers in animal science, veterinary medicine, agribusiness and plant pathology. This 2 week program allows participants ages 12-17 to live on a college campus and learn about agricultural science from university professors, practicing veterinarians and professional working for the U.S. Government. Students chosen to participate in Ag-Discovery will gain experience through hands-on labs, workshops, field trips and other group and team building activities. For more information, click here.
2001 National AITC Conference
New York AITC
USA Rice Council
Kentucky Corn Growers
National 4-H Foundation
Janet Hawkins, PhD.
Renee Sager, IL Association of Soil & Water Conservation Districts
Susan Miller, Williamson Ag Literacy Coordinator