Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan (AITC- SK) provides innovative, curriculum-based programs and resources to help increase students' awareness and understanding of agriculture. Check out our programs and events and AITC featured resources to find out how to include agriculture education in your classroom!
Celebrate International Year of the Pulse.
Lesson Plans for different grades found here!
Eat your Pulses video
Register to bring your grade 3 class to a Food Farm!
thinkAG Career and Education Expo at Canada's Farm Progress Show
Grade 7 & 8 classes sign up by May 31, 2016
On June 15, 2016, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture will be teaming up with Agriculture in the Classroom in Regina!
During the Expo, students will rotate through interactive stations profiling career paths from gate to plate. Students will learn first-hand about the opportunities in agriculture and food production, plus participate in a variety of hands-on activities. There is no charge to participate in the Expo - lunch and gate admission for all students and teachers has been sponsored by Farm Credit Canada.
Teachers can register for either a morning or afternoon workshop. For more information or to register, contact Taylor Peppler at
or 306 787-0350 by May 31, 2016.
The AGRI-ENVIRONMENT: Exploring a Healthy Relationship with the Land
This new educational resource kit for Environmental Sciences 20 contains materials to complete hands-on activities that engage students! Kits will be distributed in early February via school divisions or directly to the school. If you are interested in a kit please contact
The Adventures of Michael & Mia: Stewards of the Land
AITC's newest book featured during Canadian Agriculture Literacy Week
Order online in our resources section English/French
Feeding a Growing World:Exploring Saskatchewan's Role in Global Food Security
Grade 7 Social Studies Resource
Click here to order.
All About Food: Exploring Canada's Food System
High School Resource
Hard copies can be ordered here.
For information on all of our programs and resources please use the tabs to navigate through the website.
Teachers guide and interactive website www.allaboutfood.aitc.ca