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As a proud member of Agriculture in the Classroom - Canada,
we are excited to launch the
 10th annual Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month,
to connect students with hands-on, interactive agriculture learning
opportunities throughout the entire month of March.
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READ-aLOUDs

for elementary students

For Elementary Teachers:

 

  • Access to 3 CALM virtual read-aloud videos featuring some of our favourite children’s literature, celebrating Our Food, Our Story.

  • Follow-up activities to bring concepts to life in the classroom.

  • Complementary teacher package of print resources, and of course a little bit of fun! 

 

This program is only available for Alberta students at this time.

Register for READ-ALOUDS

Please fill in ALL the requested fields below.

Please note: we will need your address in

order to ship the teacher package.

webinars

for senior high students

For Junior and Senior High Teachers:

  • Access to a 4 part webinar video series addressing concepts in Science Literacy, Sustainability, and Opportunity, from Farm to Fork.

  • Digital Teacher Guide and activities to accompany our featured publication, The Real Dirt on Farming.

  • Complementary teacher package of print resources, and of course a little bit of fun!

This program is only available for Alberta students at this time.

Register for WEBINARS

Please fill in ALL the requested fields below.

Please note: we will need your address in
order to ship the teacher package.

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Agriculture for Life Mailing Address

32 Priddis Creek Drive

Foothills, AB

T0L 1W2

Email: info@agricultureforlife.ca

Phone: 877-893-3292

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AITC-AB is a proud member of AITC-Canada.

Along with 9 other provincial teams we are delivering educational programs and resources that engage, empower, and inspire students to care about food and the people who produce it.

Learn more at www.aitc-canada.ca.