SOY much fun down on the farm!
100 first graders from Reynoldsburg City Schools spent the day at Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory recently. While there, students:
•       made soy ink
•       did a taste test comparing almond milk, soy milk, and cow milk
•       made a cow craft and soybean seed necklaces
•       played games
•       observed a bee colony
•       went on a hay ride
•       picked apples

To visit Waterman Farms visit the following site.
ChickQuest, a Classroom Journey Through the Life Cycle of Chickens, is a 4-H School Enrichment Program that challenges students to use Science, Engineering, and Technology to investigate the life cycle of an embryonic chicken egg.
Grow Next Gen Curriculum
Explore, download and share these proven real-world educational resources to help bring science and agriculture to life in your classroom. Relevant and engaging, you’ll find useful, easy-to-implement lesson plans and activities
•      GMOs.
•      Engineering Solutions in Agriculture
•      Honey Bees and our food supply
•      Water Windmill challenge
•      Smart Farming
•      Healthy Soils
•      Where Does Our Food Come From?
And many more!

Posted by Kim Miller-Smith on 11/26/2019