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Foods for Iowa 4-H Fairs - Quick Reference Guide
Plan ahead for a successful fair experience. Use these guidelines to help select an acceptable product for exhibit, find an approved recipe source, and identify the appropriate preparation method.

This replaces 4H 3023 - Inappropriate Food Exhibits For Iowa 4-H Fairs.
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Alimentos para las ferias de 4-H de Iowa. Guía de referencia rápida
Spanish version of Foods for Iowa 4-H Fairs - Quick Reference Guide.

Plan ahead for a successful fair experience. Use these guidelines to help select an acceptable product for exhibit, find an approved recipe source, and identify the appropriate preparation method.
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On Their Own and OK

Curriculum
- This 4-H youth development guide is designed to strengthen skills in youth who may care for themselves and/or siblings during the afterschool hours. This publication is focused on youth who are home alone for limited time.

Leading a Program - This guide is designed for program leaders.

Parent's Guide - This guide is designed for parents of participants.
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Curriculum
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Program Leader's Guide
$5.00
Parent's Guide
$5.00
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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$30.00
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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$25.00
Cooking Over Campfire Coals -- 4-H Youth Development
Find out how to organize an outdoor cooking experience -- includes planning the menu and building the fire/lighting the grill. Some recipes 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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