Food For America is an educational program focusing on agricultural literacy in elementary schools and communities. It is a program developed to assist FFA members and all agricultural education students in leadership skill development as they reach out to youth, peers and their entire communities by sharing the world of agriculture. Each unit has primary, upper elemtary lessons and a demonstration plan. Primary lessons are written for high school students to deliver to students in grades K-3. Upper elementary lessons are written for high school students to deliver to students in grades 4-6. Demonstration plans are hands-on activities for all ages to get students involved and learn by doing. They are set-up in an easy to follow bulleted format.
A book created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of FFA.
This resource is a companion to the Official FFA Student Handbook (16th Edition) released in 2017. It provides information to facilitate student learning of FFA material and involvement opportunities. Features of the resource include: -Designed to make efficient use of classroom time and engage students at a high level. -Contains lesson plans, PowerPoints, activities, worksheets, questions, vocabulary and discussion topics. -Everything you need to teach new students about FFA. -Lesson plans that help cover the highlights of FFA.