Virtual Presentations

Are we unable to make it to your classroom for an in-person presentation? In an attempt to help you provide exciting resources and experiences for your students, we have developed a variety of presentations that you can show anywhere and anytime. We made an attempt to film the presentations so they appear we are communicating live with your class. Enjoy!



Celebrate Fall with The Life Cycle of a Pumpkin. This presentation is 30-minutes in length and ideal for grade K-2. Students will need pony beads and pipe cleaners to complete this activity. DO NOT SHOW if you are signed up for the Pumpkin Ag Literacy Event. 
Become a Compost Chef as you learn about the dos and don'ts of composting. This 30-minute presentation is designed for students grades K-2 and is 30-minute in length. Students will need crayons, Chef Hat Template.pdf and  Chef Hat Instructions.pdf.
Are your students unwilling to try new foods? Will showing them where the food comes from encourage them try new things? Follow along as we discover Who Grew Your Soup. This presentation is ideal for students K-2 and is 30-minutes in length. 
Students learn the story of their food through How Did That Get in My Lunchbox. Follow along as you learn where all the items from your lunchbox originate. This presentation is perfect for the K-2 classroom and is 30-minutes in length. 
Students learn about Arizona Dairy through this 30-minute presentation. Did you know that an Arizona dairy cow produces on average 10 gallons of milk a day? Did you know a cow has to have a calf before she can produce milk? Did you know dairy farmers have to milk everyday even on weekends and holidays? Learn this and more in this engaging presentation!
Right This Very Minute is a 30-minute presentation that provides your students with the story of their food. Follow along as students learn the origin of their food and get to hear what Arizona farmers and ranchers are doing Right This Very Minute!

Did you know that Arizona ranks 2nd in the number of cows per dairy in the united States? That is thanks to our amazing climate and our ability to keep cows outside! Learn about Arizona Dairy with this fun presentation using Daisy's Dairy Dream produced by the Arizona Milk Producers. 
Have your students learn All About Bees in this 30-minute presentation. Students will experience the Magic School Bus Inside a Beehive and learn a variety of bee facts and information.
STEM Ag Literacy is meant for 3rd and 4th Grade Classrooms. This presentation encourages students to use their imagination and skills to solve problems that are happening in agriculture today. Let your students be a part of the solution as they work individually or in groups. Don't show this if you are participating in the in-person STEM presentations!  Student worksheet.pdf Technology example cards.pdf Apple Scenario Pic.png Dairy Scenario pic.png Egg Scenario Pic.png
Dr Seuss Ag Literacy for Kindergarten introduces students to bees and how they communicate. Don't show this video if you are signed up for the in-person Dr Seuss Event!
Dr Seuss Ag Literacy for 1st Grade introduces students to seed and their parts. Purchase and pre-soak some lima beans so your students can participate in the seed dissection. Don't show this video if you are signed up for the in-person Dr Seuss Event!
Dr Seuss Ag Literacy for 2nd Grade introduces students to water and how farmers are conserving everyday as they produce the crops that provide us with so many things. Don't show this video if you are signed up for the in-person Dr Seuss Event!
Have your students experience Build Your Own Burger! This 30-minute presentation will introduce your students to where all the parts of their burger comes from: the farm and ranch! Students are able to follow along and color in the states that are the largest producer of each commodity as they discover that farmers really do grow their burger! Here is the US Map.pdf needed for students to participate in this presentation. Presentation is best suited for grade 3-5.
Have your students experience Grow your Own PizzaThis 30-minute presentation will introduce your students to where all the parts of their pizza comes from: the farm and ranch! Students are able to follow along and color in the states that are the largest producer of each commodity as they discover that farmers really do grow their pizza! Here is the US Map.pdf needed for students to participate in this presentation. Presentation is best suited for grade 3-5.
Students get to learn the Life Cycle of an Apple with this 15-minute presentation. Be sure to print out a tree for students to complete the craft! Students will need Apple Tree Cut-Out Sheet.pdf and colored pencils or crayons for this presentation. 

Making Corn Plastic is a fun activity you can do in the classroom or at home to introduce your students to the many ways that agricultural products can be used to make biodegradable and renewable things.