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Farm Education Conservation Camp - Purdue University College of Science

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Discover more about farms by watching videos and answering the questions provided by the Farm Education Conservation Camp. The shared videos are divided into topics including animals,...more
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Discover more about farms by watching videos and answering the questions provided by the Farm Education Conservation Camp. The shared videos are divided into topics including animals, grains, environment, and safety and equipment to provide a robust overview of farm life shared by various families. Each video comes with a brief series of questions. The videos are hosted on YouTube. If your district blocks YouTube, then they may not be viewable.

tag(s): agriculture (49), animals (280), careers (139), environment (240), erosion (14), forests (28), plants (144), sustainability (44), water (101)

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Bookmark and save this site as a valuable resource for sharing real-world examples of farm life and activities with students. Engage students in learning about the different aspects of farm life using Symbaloo, reviewed here to create a webmix that includes videos from the Farm Education Conservation Camp, stories, and learning games. For example, include games found on My American Farm, reviewed here and articles from Cabot's Farm Families, reviewed here to enhance learning as part of a station rotation activity. Extend learning by creating a class book about farms and farm life using Book Creator, reviewed here. Include drawings, student writing projects, videos, and other multimedia elements in your book.

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