The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is increasing the lineup of widespread academic video games on its My American Farm platform with a brand new sport that introduces gamers to how cotton is planted, grown, cared for, harvested and become garments.
The sport, titled “From Seed to Shirt,” is generously sponsored by Nichino America and encourages gamers to resolve math issues to earn garments for his or her in-game character. From Seed to Shirt is greatest for college kids in third by fifth grade.
“From Seed to Shirt is an excellent addition to My American Farm as it incorporates science, math, technology and sustainability into an engaging game,” mentioned Daniel Meloy, government director of the Foundation. “Students will really enjoy earning fun clothing items to dress their character in their own personal style while learning what it takes for cotton to go from a seed in the ground to a shirt in their closet.”
My American Farm is a web based sport and academic useful resource platform that gives greater than 24 free video games for college kids in kindergarten by fifth grade. Each sport is aligned to a studying customary and a Pillar of Agricultural Literacy. The web site additionally options movies, financial insights about agriculture, household actions and lesson plans, making My American Farm the right one-stop store for ag literacy leaders searching for free, easy-to-use academic assets.
The My American Farm platform is sponsored by Corteva.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture goals to construct consciousness, understanding, and a optimistic public notion of agriculture by schooling by providing studying alternatives, academic assets and a number of correct books about agriculture. Learn extra at agfoundation.org.
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