Classroom Kits

Kansas Farm Bureau Agricultural Education Classroom Kits

Kansas Farm Bureau supports teachers and their classrooms by providing accurate and engaging resources about the agriculture industry. Partnering with the Kansas Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture and the Kansas Soybean Commission, two different ready-for-use kits have been assembled and are available for purchase by county Farm Bureau associations. 

What’s in a Kit?

Kits are designed for teachers. The lower level grade kits include a book for the classroom and an educator’s guide with several lesson plans, as well as related ag mags, worksheets and activity supplies for 4-5 lessons for 25 students. The Food and Farm Facts kit includes a book for each student, activity cards and trivia deck for the teacher, worksheets and activity supplies for 5 lessons for 25 students. The kits also include a gift for the teacher and some Farm Bureau promotional items and resources.

Available Kits:

Tales of a Dairy Godmother – designed for Kindergarten through 2nd grade classrooms, this kit is all about the dairy industry. Students learn about dairy farms and the different products made from milk through the lens of science, math and more. The book also talks about the responsibilities and hard work required to get things we enjoy.

Food and Farm Facts – students will learn all sorts of interesting facts and statistics about agriculture through their own copy of Food and Farm Facts. Lessons included in this kit allow students to make their own compost cups, think about how farmers and ranchers care for their animals, practice interview and writing skills and more.

Interested in a kit? Contact your county Farm Bureau association. County coordinators can find information and the order form on the county intranet.

Information for Teachers

Teachers, thank you so much for connecting your students with opportunities to learn about agriculture! If you received a kit, please find additional information and resources below. You can also reach out to your county coordinator or board members to learn about additional local opportunities, resources and support for your classroom and students.

Additional Resources