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Teach youth about Wisconsin Dairy farming and foods. Download free resources for elementary, middle and high school classrooms that support curriculums from K-12.
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Download free educator materials for elementary, middle and high school classes to support your curriculum.
A Farm of Many Colors
Introduce students to the concept that fresh and healthy food comes from the farm. Students are introduced to a variety of foods from the five food groups, categorized by color.
Activities from sudoku and mazes to matching and creating your own super hero. There is something for everyone to enjoy!
Take students on a scientific journey to discover how milk is made into Wisconsin Cheese. Students will explore the process of turning a liquid, milk, into a solid, cheese.
These fun worksheets will challenge students to use their math skills to help care for cows, practice sustainable agriculture, and help the farmer’s family follow the USDA MyPlate guidelines.
Dairy During Your Day
Helps students explore aspects of dairy farming from raising healthy cows to conserving water to inspiring farm-to-table trends that all families can enjoy.
Dairy Fun Books
Enjoy this dairy-themed activity book geared towards 3rd grade and older.
Discover Dairy Science
Teaches students about the science behind milk, cheese, and yogurt production, spotlighting the nutrition dairy foods offer as part of a balanced diet.
Fact Card Dairy
This dairy fact card shares economic impact statistics and general Wisconsin Dairy information.
Farm to Table
This lesson teaches students about the importance of local agriculture and reinforces MyPlate nutrition guidelines for healthy eating to help inspire students to grow their own food.
Farming for the Future
Engage your students in critical thinking as they explore the concept of sustainable nutrition by focusing on dairy farms.
Hot Chocolate Kit
Heating chocolate milk to serve as hot chocolate is a great way to increase milk consumption and attract new students to your school’s breakfast and lunch programs.
How Dairy Cares
Introduces students to some of the sustainable farming practices dairy farmers have adopted to care for the environment, their cows, and consumers. Students also learn about the nutrition provide
Jr. Dairy Farmer Scavenger Hunt
Perfect to use as a classroom activity or for school events, FFA/Ag Education Days or as a follow-up activity to a dairy lesson or dairy farm tour.
Latte in Schools
Lattes are trendy, contain more milk than coffee, and can be a part of a reimbursable meal for high schools.
Dairy milk vs. milk alternatives handout will help you know where your milk stacks up.
My Field Trip to a Wisconsin Dairy Farm
Students will learn a variety of ways in which foods from the five food groups are produced and the parts of the food that we eat.
School Breakfast Assets
Eating a nutritious breakfast is essential in fueling students for success. Use these assets to excite your students about your school breakfast program.
Science on the Farm
Introduce your middle school students to the important roles that technology and bioscience play in modern farming.
Smoothies are an easy and delicious way to generate new interest in school breakfast and lunch programs. Use this digital toolkit to help get your school started!
Taste & Vote Kit
Having a Taste & Vote at school events gives students and their families the opportunity to try new and unfamiliar foods together and you can receive immediate feedback on potential menu items!
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