Celebrating the 1st ever Farm to School Month with fun printable activity pages, puzzles and activities to teach kids about farms and how food grows.
Play our Healthy Harvest Maze Game (Spanish) Help Chef Solus collect fruits and vegetables in a garden, field and orchard- nutrition facts are given each time to collect a new food.
This is a great time for kids to learn about and connect to how food grow. "Highlighting the 'role of Farm to School programs, as a means to improve child nutrition, support local economies and educate children about the origins of food.' Learn more about Farm to School
National Farm to School Network and Annie’s Root 4 Kids are sponsoring a poster contest. Three lucky winners will be awarded $1,000 for their school’s Farm to School program Annie's Root for Kids and Farm to School Organization. Special prizes for the 1st 25 classrooms.
Farm to School have created a network to help parents and teachers find this type of program into their local schools. Meeting local farmers and learning about how foods are grown are all part of helping kids love nutrition!
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Fun Kids' Farm printables and growing food activities from our website:
Parents and teachers can find many printable activity pages for elementary age students, on our Farm to Table page and our Kids' Garden Pages. (Spanish) Choose from learning pages Farm to Table kids' (Spanish) , word puzzles and coloring activities- Here's some samples!
Farming Food Coloring Page for Kids
Sample Growing Food- Farming Word Puzzle, see Farm to Table page for word searches and more!
Sample Farm to Table Activity Page
Sample Learning Page- Teaching kids how food grows in a garden or on a farm
Our website, interactive games, printables, tips and nutrition lesson plans are available in English and Spanish!
Farm to School brings healthy food from local farms to school children nationwide. The program teaches students about the path from farm to fork, and instills healthy eating habits that can last a lifetime. At the same time, use of local produce in school meals and educational activities provides a new direct market for farmers in the area and mitigates environmental impacts of transporting food long distances.
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