Take your students on the farm-to-table journey with these educator resources designed to help you teach your students about the production process of fresh foods, and how eggs make their way from the farm to their breakfast table.
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Middle-school students will learn how to visually present qualitative data, including creating their own infographic. Using information about the egg industry, students will learn about the Farm-to-Table process, as well as learn how to creatively represent that data.
Your students will explore the concept of farm-to-table to understand the production process of fresh foods and learn how eggs make their way to their breakfast plates.
Students will investigate nutritional information of eggs, whole grains and other breakfast foods, explore tips for healthy eating, analyze a sample menu, and more. Download Lesson
Ask your students to review the literature related to the health aspects and nutrition of egg consumption then challenge them to write and illustrate a school newspaper article about their findings.
Using the American Egg Board's website as a reference, challenge students to create infographic posters showcasing information about the Farm-to-Table process.
In this activity students will learn what countries chickens originated from, how they spread across the world and shed light on what types of eggs hens lay.