Lesson Plan

Grades K-2

Earth Cookie

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30 minutes

SUBJECTS: Math, Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Agriculture, Food & Hunger, Land Use

Resource Overview

Students decorate a cookie that represents the basic portions of the Earth, and develop an appreciation for the limited farmland.

Students will be able to:
  • Identify which makes up more of the earth’s surface, land or water.
  • List three food products that come from farms.
  • Name two things that people can do to preserve farmland/soil.
Lower elementary students decorate a cookie to represent Earth's physical geography

Features of This Resource

  • Opportunity for kinesthetic (tactile) learning
  • Helps students’ understanding of simple fractions
  • Lesson covers lower elementary geography concepts

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This lesson plan must be purchased as part of a lesson packet or as part of a full curriculum that is available in our store.

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