Author:
Gonzaga Climate Institute
Subject:
Environmental Science, Elementary Education, Life Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Interactive, Lesson, Lesson Plan
Level:
Lower Primary
Tags:
  • Agriculutre
  • Climate
  • ClimeTime
  • Food
  • climetime
  • wa-science
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Downloadable docs, Graphics/Photos

    Education Standards

    K-1 Where does food come from?

    K-1 Where does food come from?

    Overview

    Overview:
     
    In partnership with the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the legislature-funded ClimeTime program, the Gonzaga Climate Center has created the Climate Literacy Fellows program. 

    Students will learn about where different types of food comes from, why nutrition is important, and how to grow their own food. Students will also learn the basic conditions required for plants to grow, and the importance of human action in maintaining the availability of these conditions.  

    Authors: Jordan Kremer Gonzaga University, Class of 2025

    Lesson Overview

    Students will learn about where different types of food comes from, why nutrition is important, and how to grow their own food. Students will also learn the basic conditions required for plants to grow, and the importance of human action in maintaining the availability of these conditions.  

     

    Authors: Jordan Kremer Gonzaga University, Class of 2025

    Disciplinary area: Earth Science

     

    Lesson Materials