Elementary School

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    Eggs 101

    Learn where eggs come from and how they get to our plates in a series of short videos. Grade level 4 - 8.

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    Virtual Egg Farm Field Trips

    Explore egg farms around the nation with egg farmer guides. Students learn about animal care, environmental stewardship, and the complete farm ecosystem. Grade level K - 8.

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    Eggs 101 – Applied Economics Exercises – Exercise 3

    For this lesson, determining the economics of hiring a new employee on an egg farm is the example. Grade level 4 – 8.

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    Eggs 101 – Applied Economics Exercises – Exercise 2

    In this example, a production facility expansion is used. Students are asked to determine the economics of expansion through a series of questions. Grade level 4 - 8.

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    Eggs 101 – Applied Economics Exercises – Exercise 1

    A worksheet using egg production as an example to illustrate applied economics. Grade level 4 - 8.

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    Eggs 101 – More Eggstension Activities

    This worksheet reviews general economic principles, using egg production as a backdrop. Grade level 4 – 8.

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    Eggs 101 – Economics Lessons #3 – How would you do it?

    Examines the economics of starting a business. Then applies principles to starting an egg business. Grade level 4 – 8.

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    Eggs 101 – Economics Lessons #2 – What do you want?

    This lesson examines the general concept of needs and wants. Then it explores the specific needs and wants of an egg business. Grade level 4 – 8.

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    Eggs 101 – Economics Lessons #1 – What is Economics?

    A review of various definitions of economics. Followed by a class activity discussing which definition makes most sense applied to the egg industry. Grade level 4 – 8.

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    Make An Egg Float

    You’ve probably heard of a root beer float, but an egg float? Grades 6-9.

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    The Incredible, Chemical, Volcanic and Uncrushable egg (3 eggsperiments)

    Have you ever cooked an egg with alcohol, turned an egg into a volcano or had a hard time breaking a raw egg...well today's your lucky day. Grades 4-8.

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    Egg In A Bottle

    Amaze your students with an eye-popping demonstration that will help them understand key concepts about air pressure. Grades 4-7.

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    Egg Geodes

    Transform a humble egg shell into a gem of a geode. Grades 4-7.

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    Egg Drop

    Putting an egg into a glass of water sounds like a cinch, right? Grades K-5.

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    Strong As An Egg

    What does an egg have to do with architecture and strength? Grades K-5.

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    Standing On Eggs

    Jaws will drop and eyes will pop when you prove that eggs are way stronger than they’re cracked up to be. Grades K-5.

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    The Naked Egg

    Watch an egg shed its shell with this simple experiment that demonstrates an acid-base reaction and osmosis. Grades K-5.

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    How To Fold An Egg

    If you think folding an egg sounds crazy and messy, you just might be mistaken. Grades K-5.

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    Egg Brush-Up

    What can an egg show you about brushing your teeth? Grades K - 5.

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    Certificates of Rec-egg-nition

    Your students and parents will love these take-home notes.

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    An Egg’s Journey

    A variety of activity pages will supplement the lesson plans, from hen-to-home mazes to labeling the parts of the egg, these pages can used for a variety of ages.

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    Be a DetEGGtive

    Writing informative/explanatory texts (W.K-3.2). Grades K - 3.

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    MyPlate is Great

    Gathering relevant information (W.K-3.8).

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    Write From The Roost

    Practicing informative writing (W.K.2; W.1.2). Grades K - 1.

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    Eating Eggs

    Reading informational text (RI.1.10). Grade 1.

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    An Eggcellent Plan

    Working with a graphic organizer (W.K.2; W.1.2). Grade 1.

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    From Hen To Home

    Reading informational text (RI.1.10). Grade 1

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    Family Favorite

    Solving word problems (1.OA.A.1). Grade 1.

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    Egg Safety

    Reading informational text (RI.2.1). Grade 2.

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    Get Crackin Cafe

    Working with even and odd numbers (2.OA.C.3). Grade 2

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    The Eggstraordinary Egg

    Writing informative/explanatory text (W.2.2). Grade 2.

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    In My Opinion

    Practicing opinion writing (W.2.1, W.3.1). Grade 2 - 3.

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    Eggspress Yourself

    Practicing opinion writing (W.2.1, W.3.1). Grade 2 - 3.

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    Eggs Around The World

    Using key details from informational text (RI.3.2). Grade 3.

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    An Even Dozen

    Adding with 1,000 (3.NBT.A.2). Grade 3.

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    Fresh Eggs

    Multiplying and dividing to 100 (3.OA.A.3). Grade 3.

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    Breakfast By The Numbers

    Solving multi-step word problems (4.OA.A.2; 4.OA.A.3). Grade 4.

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    Eggs Past And Present

    Reading informational text (RI.4.1). Grade 4.

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    There Are Eggs In That

    Recognizing and correcting sentence fragments (L.4.1f). Grade 4.

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    Roll And Write

    Writing informative/explanatory texts (W.4.2, W.5.2). Grade 4 - 5.

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    An Eggceptional Plan

    Developing a topic (W.4.2b, W5.2b). Grade 4 - 5.

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    A Day On An Egg Farm

    Acquiring vocabulary through informational text (RI.5.1-3; RI.5.4). Grade 5.

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    Dinner For How Many?

    Solving problems and multiplying fractions (5.NF.B.6). Grade 5.

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    Handle With Care

    Working with numerical expressions (5.OA.A.1). Grade 5.

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    FitnessFunforEveryone

    Summarizing numerical data sets (6.SP.B.5). Grades 4 - 6.

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    Nutrition News

    Analyzing the structure of texts (R.4-6.5). Grades 4 - 6.

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    A World of Food Choices

    Producing clear and coherent writing (W7-9.4). Grades 4 - 6