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Agriculture Education for Pre-Kindergarten Students

Title: Exploring the World of Plants and Animals

Compliance Standard: Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

Subject: Science

Summary: This pre-kindergarten lesson introduces young learners to the basics of agriculture education, focusing on plants and animals.

Topic: Introduction to Agriculture Education

Learning Outcomes:

  • Know the basic needs of plants and animals
  • Understand the importance of agriculture in our daily lives
  • Can identify common plants and animals


This lesson will be delivered through a combination of interactive discussions, hands-on activities, and visual aids.

Resources/Materials Required:

  • Picture books about plants and animals
  • Toy farm animals and plants
  • Art supplies (paper, crayons, glue, scissors)
  • Chart paper and markers
  • Real plants and vegetables (optional)


1. Introduction (5 minutes)

Begin the lesson by asking the students if they know what agriculture means. Explain that agriculture is the science and practice of farming, including growing plants and raising animals for food, clothing, and other products.

2. Basic Needs of Plants and Animals (10 minutes)

Show the students pictures of different plants and animals. Discuss the basic needs of plants (sunlight, water, soil, and air) and animals (food, water, shelter, and air). Encourage the students to share their own experiences with plants and animals.

3. Importance of Agriculture (10 minutes)

Explain to the students that agriculture is important because it provides us with food, clothing, and other products we use every day. Show pictures of different agricultural products such as fruits, vegetables, milk, and eggs. Discuss how these products come from plants and animals.

4. Identifying Plants and Animals (15 minutes)

Give each student a toy farm animal or plant. Ask them to identify the name of the animal or plant and share one interesting fact about it. Encourage the students to use their imagination and creativity.

5. Hands-on Activity: Planting Seeds (20 minutes)

Provide each student with a small pot, soil, and seeds. Guide them in planting their own seeds and explain the process of seed germination. Discuss the importance of taking care of plants by watering them and providing sunlight.

6. Art Activity: Farm Collage (15 minutes)

Give each student a piece of paper, crayons, glue, and scissors. Ask them to create a farm collage by cutting out pictures of plants and animals from magazines or drawing their own. Encourage them to be creative and use different colors and textures.

7. Conclusion (5 minutes)

Wrap up the lesson by reviewing the key points discussed. Ask the students what they have learned about agriculture and how it relates to their daily lives.


Assess the students' understanding through informal observations during discussions and activities. Look for their ability to identify plants and animals, their participation in hands-on activities, and their engagement in the art activity.

By the end of the lesson, students should:

  • Know: The basic needs of plants and animals, and the importance of agriculture in our daily lives
  • Understand: That agriculture involves growing plants and raising animals for food, clothing, and other products
  • Can do: Identify common plants and animals, plant seeds, and create a farm collage

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Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

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