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Vegetable Garden Project Worksheet -- Iowa 4-H Youth Development


This editable PDF can be filled out online, saved, and then printed; or it can be printed and completed manually.
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Project Food, Land, and People: Resources for Learning
The Project Food, Land, and People: Resources for Learning is a collection of 55 Pre-K through 12th grade lesson plans for use in either a formal or non-formal education setting.

The curriculum educates students, teachers and citizens about the interrelationships between food, resources and people. It also contains background information for teacher preparation, lessons and hands-on activities reaching across multiple disciplines after having been developed, reviewed and tested by more than a thousand educators.
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Project Food, Land, and People: Eat Well, Be Well | Nutrition Lessons for Pre-K through 12th Grade
The Project Food, Land, and People: Eat Well Be Well consists of nine nutrition lessons. These hands-on lessons about nutrition offer critical-thinking activities, timely background information, measurable objectives, correlations to national core standards, and references that distinguish them in classrooms across America among materials used to teach about food production and consumption and natural resources.

The lessons can be incorporated in formal and non-formal teaching environments for grade levels Pre-K-12.
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Growing in the Garden: Local Foods and Healthy Living Curriculum
Growing in the Garden: Local Foods and Healthy Living is designed for youth gardening programs, community neighborhood gardens, farm to school programs, Ag in the Classroom and Master Gardening projects for grades 4-12. The curriculum is very adaptable to other ages as well.

The seven units address questions such as:
  • Why do people garden?
  • How do you plan, plant, maintain and harvest a garden?
  • How do you store and prepare garden produce?
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Growing in the Garden: K-3 Curriculum
Growing in the Garden: Elementary Curriculum includes more than forty classroom and after-school program lessons and more than one hundred hands-on activities intended to enhance and increase knowledge of agriculture, natural resources, food and people.

These lessons and activities are designed for children in grades K-3, but can be modified for any age. Each unit of lessons is organized to progress from easier to more advanced.
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Préparation pour la course - Le Club des Mystères | French version of "The Mystery Club"
French version of PM 2069B: See what Captain Overalls, the safety crusader, suggests you do to safely and nutritiously fuel your engines for your best performance at school, at home, or anywhere. Find out how to calculate the calories you need to fuel your daily activities.
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Creating an Entomology Project
You can do all kinds of projects with insects. This guide can help you zero in on what interests you. Gives directions to make an insect exhibit. Also find helpful images that show how to make a display box and mount specimens.
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Metanfetamina: Mantente alejado, mantente a salvo -- El Club Misterio
Captain Overalls, the safety crusader, brings important information on meth to youth.
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Meth - Steer Clear, Stay Safe -- The Mystery Club
Captain Overalls, the safety crusader, brings important information on meth to youth.
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Be'an All You Can Be -- 4H Crop Projects 3 Soybean & Corn
This manual is packed with activities to help youth in grades 9 - 12 learn about integrated crop management, hybrid selection, profitability, safety, and harvesting.
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Prairie Investigators -- Using Plants and Animals to Uncover the Mystery of the Prairie
Biologists are detectives; they observe clues and interpret what they see. Use this guide to practice those skills and learn about the tall-grass prairie.
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Home Landscape Planning Worksheet: 12 Steps to a Functional Design
This worksheet will guide you through the process of designing a functional landscape plan -- from gathering the right information to refining the preliminary design and selecting plants. Includes graph paper and 2-part questionnaire.
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Harvesting and Preparing Vegetables for Exhibit

Tips on preparing and handling vegetables for 4-H and youth exhibits, including details for 40 different vegetables.
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Preparing Cut Flowers and Houseplants for Exhibits
Learn all the ins and outs of exhibiting cut flowers and houseplants at flower shows and fairs. Details provided for 16 different flowers.
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From Mendel to Markers –- Impact of Molecular Technologies on Animal, Plant, and Human Genetics Curriculum for Grades 9-12
This three-module curriculum was prepared by the Office of Biotechnology at Iowa State University and published by ISU Extension for high school teachers or extension educators to use with grades 9-12 or adult audiences. In the 1860’s, Gregoire Mendel conducted plant breeding experiments on the common garden pea that led to the first theories about the units of inheritance that we call genes. Mendel’s work provided the foundation for today’s molecular marker technologies. Molecular markers are pieces of DNA that are linked to or are part of a gene associated with a desirable characteristic, such as seed size or disease resistance. Through a process called marker assisted selection, scientists can use molecular markers to select plants or animals that have the characteristic without waiting for them to grow to maturity. The new curriculum uses hands-on activities to trace the development of modern molecular genetics and bioethics issues from Mendel’s experiments to current marker assisted selection of plant and animals. Each module is designed to be used independently or with the other modules. For educators, each module contains background information, lesson plans, Internet resources, and overhead transparency masters. Informational and activity handouts that can be photocopied for students are included.
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Where We Live -- Grades 4-6 Curriculums for Educators and Students
Where We Live series: History of the Land, Weaving the Food Web, and Living with the Land connects the past to the present as learners in grades 4th through College learn about the history of Iowa’s valuable natural resources through hands-on activities about rocks, prairies, grains, trees and animals.

The curriculum teaches children, youth and adults about food and land production through plants, animals, harvest, processing, distribution, and marketing to the consumer. Learning the value the land and methods used to grow food and protect our natural resources through soil conservation, water quality, pest management and animal care issues.
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Especially for Kids! Insect Investigator -- Reiman Gardens
Learn how to keep an insect investigator journal and see how many of the world's one million different types of insects you can find.
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Wetlands, Wildlife and You
Wetlands are an important natural resource and are about the most productive ecosystem on Earth. Learn about wetlands, including information on animals such as muskrat, mink, fish, and birds; wetland food chains; and even complete a wetlands crossword puzzle.
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