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Stimulate your students creativity with beeswax modeling clay. This kit contains the recipe and enough beeswax, coconut oil, and lanolin to make 36 portions of all-natural modeling clay that softens with the warmth of your hands. Beeswax clay can be reused again and again. Containers are included for storage. Beeswax modeling clay is used with the beeswax modeling clay recipe.

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Cows – A True Books

Sue Swan Miller

This series offers a detailed look at specific agricultural commodities, like cows. Students will discover the different breeds of cows, and which breeds are used for milk or meat production. An in-depth look at dairy cows shows how cows are milked and all of the daily chores a dairyman has to do. A great book for young readers.

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How a Plant Grows

Bobbie Kalman

How A Plant Grows introduces children to the amazing lives of plants– from their beginnings, through their growth, to reproduction and death.

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This publication is a colorful, illustrated booklet that gives the basics of Oregon forests including the common forest types like Douglas-fir and juniper woodlands, wildlife, ownership and management practices, laws, salmon protection, fire risks, wood processing and uses, and careers.

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Where Does Food Come From?

Shelley Rotner, Gary Goss

The supermarket is the place where you buy your food, but have you ever wondered where you favorite foods really come from? A lot of food comes from plants or from animals. but it might surprise you to know that some of the food you eat comes from bees or from seawater. Where does you favorite food come from? Find out in the fun, colorful, easy to read book!

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From Farm to Table

Richard and Louise Spilsbury

This books gives your students an accurate look at food and farming from production to plate, preservation to packaging, to the dinner table!

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Diary of a Worm

Doreen Cronin

This is the diary of a worm. This worm lives with his parents, plays with his friends, and even goes to school. But unlike you or me, he never has to take a bath, he gets to eat his homework, and because he doesn’t have legs, he just can’t do the hokey pokey – no matter how hard he tries.

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The Beeman

Laurie Krebs, Valerie Cis

Told from the viewpoint of a child whose Grandpa is a beekeeper, this rhyming text offers an accessible and engaging introduction to the behavior of bees, including: where they live, how honey is made, and what a beekeeper does. The companion book to the Busy Bees lesson plan and the Busy Bees Kit. Please check the kit out separately.

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Every wonder how wheat goes from a plant to bread? This simple to follow book outlines the basic steps. A great book for young readers.

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Gardening Youth Activity Guides

Purdue University Cooperative Extension

These four guides teach students about different aspects of gardening. Each order comes with:

Garden Level A: See Them Sprout

Garden Level B: Let’s Get Growing

Garden Level C: Take Your Pick

Garden Level D: Growing Profits

Teacher’s Guide

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