Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom

Interactive Whiteboard Activities

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Ag in Art

Ag in My Community

Ag in the Outfield

Agriculture Counts

An Apple a Day

The Art of Growing Things

At Your Fingertips

Baby Peanut Plants

Math for Peanuts

Beef or Dairy

Busting the Prairie

By the Pound

Call It Macaroni


Coats and Genes: Genetic Traits in Cattle

Counting Sheep

The Extremely Curious Oklahoma Caterpillar

Fantastic Flower

Farm Babies

A Field of Beans

From Bolls to Bolts

Fruit or Vegetable?

George Washington and the First Census of Agriculture

Good Grapes

The Grain Game

Hit the Trail

How the Brahman Bull Got Its Hump

Just Peachy

A Lucky Break

Melon Madness

Milk by the Gallon, Strawberries by the Quart

The Nightshades: Potatoes, Tomatoes and Peppers

O, Christmas Tree!

Oklahoma's Berry Best

Oklahoma's Roots and Leafy Greens

Oklahoma Stone Soup

Pairing Up With Pears

Pancakes, Please

Pecan Fingerprints

Pizza for Everyone

Plant Parts We Eat

Pop, Pop, Popcorn

Pumpkins By the Pound

Pumpkins, Squash and Other Cucurbits

A Rafter of Turkeys

Sandwich Feast

Snowball Fight

Sorghum Feeds Oklahoma Cattle

Stampede: Ag in Art

The Story of Milk

A Tough Nut to Crack

Truth or Hogwash

Wet and Wooly?

Wheat: From Field to Oven

Working Watermelon

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Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom

Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom is a program of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Oklahoma State Department of Education.