Each issue features current events, classroom resources and grant opportunities.
Anne Burkholder blogs about how she cares for cattle in a Central Nebraska feedyard.
AITC Kids' Zone
This website for kids features science projects, ag knowledge, state ag facts, virtual farm tours and farm and food fun.
American Egg Board
The Educators link has lessons for 4th-6th grade classrooms. The Egg Industry link takes you to industry fact sheets and production and consumption statistics.
American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture
Mini-grants, scholarships, essay contest, recommended books and other resources.
Bright Lights is a summer learning adventure. Check out the Farm School and Outdoor Adventures in H2O Camp.
The For Kids section of this website has games and wallpaper and buddy icon downloads for your computer.
Conversations on Animal Care
This website shows how America's farmers and ranchers care for animals. There is a Q & A forum, facts about farms and testimonials from farmers and ranchers.
Cooperative Extension Division
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension.
Dairy Farming Today
This website allows students to tour a dairy farm, ask questions to a dairy farmer. There is also a question and answer page.
Dairy Council of Nebraska
This website has activities for kids and information for educators and students on nutrition, recipes and more.
Farm Safety 4 Just Kids
This website is aimed at farm safety for kids. Chapters are listed by state and information on becoming a member is available. Items for students' enjoyment include games, coloring pages and quizzes.
FOOD: Nutrition, Safety and Cooking
The MyPyramid and Other Educational Materials link has Food & Nutrition and Food Safety power points, handout, posters, table tents and displays.
Food Safety Mobile
This online game tests kids' knowledge about how to handle food safely.
This interactive website has links to games to teach you about the health benefits of drinking milk. Other links take you to recipes, news and events and a store to purchase Got Milk? items.
Growing A Nation
This interactive multimedia program tells the story of American agriculture and its influence.
Links on this site take you to interactive activities, youth-centered recipes and fun facts.
My American Farm
An interactive online game that educates as it entertains. Built for educators, learners and their families with free downloadable lessons and agricultural careers presentation.
The For Professionals link contains guides to help you navigate through the new MyPlate system.
The For Kids link has yet to be updated to coincide with the new MyPlate.
National Agriculture in the Classroom
Features information about each state's program, lesson plans, national resource directory and much, much more.
National Honey Board
This website tells the story of the importance of honey bees to our food supply. An educational video, "The Honey Flies," with a teachers guide is available for classrooms. Another resource, "A Sweet Story...Making of Honey" is a new resource.
Natural Resources District
Nebraska Department of Natural Resources.
Nebraska Beef Council
View reproducible educational materials, graphics, charts and links to other helpful websites. Many resources are available free for teachers.
Nebraska Corn Board
Learn the many uses of corn and the importance of corn production in our daily lives. The education link has lessons for students.
Nebraska Dry Bean Commission
This website offers Benjamin Bean books for first and second grade teachers to help educate students about Nebraska grown dry edible beans.
Nebraska Farm Bureau
Check out the Ag Promotion and About Nebraska Ag links.
Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board
Placemats, book covers, etc. related to grain sorghum.
Nebraska Potato Development
Nebraska Potato Development contact information.
Nebraska Poultry Industries
The Economic Impact tab has a fact sheet that lists some interesting poultry, egg, turkey and broiler facts.
Nebraska Soybean Board
This website has contact information for soy educators that are available for classroom presentations.
Teachers and students can view photos, documents, video segments, maps and more that capture life and history of Nebraska from pre-1500 to present.
Nebraska Wheat Board
The educators link contains wheat nutrition facts and recipes for kids.
Pork 4 Kids
Learn about pork and how pigs are raised! Recipes, games and activities are also available for kids.
Producepedia offers fun facts, interesting history and nutritional information about produce and nuts. You can also meet the family farmers that grow the produce and nuts we eat. The Produce By Color section breaks down what nutrients and vitamins a specific color of produce contains and what they do for us.
Raising Beef: A Nebraska Tradition
This video from the Nebraska Beef Council shows the truth about beef production.
Help students see the connection between agriculture and space through science-based research, particularly on the plant sciences. Free resources for teachers and students.
The garden and clubhouse has facts, puzzles, trivia, recipes and more for students. Free lessons and activities for parents and teachers.
The Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids
Students can check the forecast in their city, look at special days on the calendar, finish a jigsaw puzzle, get a monthly history, learn more about their pets and more.
Wessels Living History Farm
The Wessels Living History Farm is located near York, Nebraska. Their website shows the history of agriculture from the 1920s to the 1960s. Many video clips, photos and student resources.
Wheat Foods Council
The link to their "Just For Kids" website has wheat facts, quizzes, games and recipes for kids.