Agriculture in the Classroom

Agriculture in the Classroom

AITC Mission

The Arizona Farm Bureau Agriculture in the Classroom Program develops and implements curriculum and programs, aligned to the state learning standards to help students and teachers be successful, while increasing agricultural awareness in K-12 classrooms and beyond.

Latest AITC News

FARM FRIDAY FUN WITH ARIZONA AGRICULTURE

Learn about where your food comes from first hand! Each month students can learn about one of Arizona's agricultural commodities. Through this digital curriculum package, teachers will receive a profile on an Arizona Farm Family, facts about the commodity of the month, a short video about the month's crop, and an accompanying lesson plan. Participating teachers will also receive a pdf of the  Fruit and Veggie Ag Mag   and the  Arizona Specialty Crops Ag Mag.  This year's program will celebrate Arizona's agricultural heritage by partnering with the  Arizona Farming and Ranching Hall of Fame  to offer farm and ranch profiles from those who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. To sign up, click HERE.

Online Story Time & At Home Activities

Follow along as we read popular agriculture books and complete fun and educational activities from the comfort of your home. Ag In the Classroom has come out with a variety of lessons directly geared towards stories we have available through our Youtube page. Everything is free for families and available with the touch of a button HERE!

Hatch At Home Poultry Resources

We're offering incubators, egg turners, and a downloadable poultry curriculum for students to learn about embryology from the comfort of their home! Parents can email aitc@azfb.org to request these resources. We also have the several related videos and at-home lessons available on our website. Click the chick to learn more!