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WikiHow gives step-by-step directions on how to make butter in a jar.
Pete's Power Point Station has several interactive activities on agriculture and farm animal care. Examples include where meals come from, farm animals, plants, trees, etc.
This is the FSA (Farm Service Agency) site for kids. It includes fun farm facts, agricultural web sites, and more.
This Pro Teacher site has numerous activities and lessons on planting and agriculture for various grade levels.
Pro Teacher has several lessons on plants, gardening, etc.
Urban Agriculture Notes gives excellent information on growing and maintaining school gardens.
Ohio 4-H afterschool has a wide variety of downloadable activities and lessons, and also lists websites on several areas of agriculture.
This site is the Massachusetts “Ag in the Classroom” which includes several lessons, ideas, etc. that could be used in North Dakota.
This is the official National Ag Day site.
This site is the National Resource Directory containing educational resources about agriculture for pre-k–12. It contains numerous lessons, webquest ideas, and activities related to agriculture.
This site is Ohio’s 4-H links to activities relating to agriculture that would apply nicely to North Dakota agriculture.
MooMilk is a interactive website that provides lots of fun and educational information about the dairy industry, cows, and milk facts (e.g., The Story of Milk).
Learn NC includes several lessons on agriculture and farming
4-H Virtual Farm takes the participant on a virtual trip of a farm. Various farms include wheat, beef, dairy, horse, poultry, etc. It is a very educational and interactive site!