Students will sequence photographs to tell the story of Seed to Cereal, while learning about corn production, beef production, ethanol production, and food production in general.
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To learn about history, culture, and innovation in agriculture by comparing old and new farm tools, machines and methods used to plant, harvest, and store corn.
By observing the slicing of an apple, students become aware of the small fraction of the Earth’s limited land that is used to produce food.
Students will understand that farmers have to complete many different types of tasks for their jobs and why those tasks are important.
This lesson is designed to introduce or review the lifecycle of plants. The soybean lifecycle model will help them visualize each stage of the lifecycle. The soybean plant is an excellent plant to use when teaching lifecycles because it has a very typical plant lifecycle and it is grown throughout Iowa.