Which family of vegetables has members so sweet they are eaten as dessert and often mistaken for fruit? Oklahoma watermelon and cantaloupe are members of the cucurbit family, along with squash, cucumbers and pumpkins. Read more, with activities...
Drought occurs when there is less rainfall than expected over an extended period of time, usually several months or longer. Read more, with lessons and resources...
Oklahoma farmer's markets are an explosion of great home-grown produce this month. Oklahoma students need to eat more fruits and vegetables. Read more, with activities, lessons and more...
Welcome back to school!
When one has tasted watermelon, he knows what the angels eat. -Mark Twain
Look for us at these events in August
OAITC professional development coordinators are available for on-site professional development with Oklahoma C3 materials, including Common Core, and tailored to meet the needs of your school.
American agriculture owes much of its success to the innovative thinking of farmers looking for ways to solve problems and make farming easier. Read more, with activities, lessons and more...
Celebrate with these lessons and recipe:
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Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom
Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom is a program of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Oklahoma State Department of Education.