SUBJECTS: Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Agriculture, Food & Hunger, Land Use

Resource Overview

A visual demonstration of the limited farmland available on Earth (instructor cuts an apple to model available arable land), followed by discussion of how to feed a growing population.


Apple slices represent different areas of the Earth: water, inhospitable land, used arable land, and arable land for farming

Get the Earth: The Apple of Our Eye (mid/high) Lesson Plan

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