Fresh Stories: Connecting BC Grown Food and Health

 

Come and learn all about BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation's Fresh Stories resource. These resources provide education and activities related to BC grown foods! Fresh Stories feature curriculum-linked applications to primary and intermediate level Language Arts, Math, Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Food Studies. Fresh Stories provide valuable resources for educators to teach students about food in a fun learning environment. Come and see some activities in action and participate in them yourself, as we help learn ways to grow kid’s healthy bodies and minds.

Target Audience

K-12

To Bring/Important Notes

Please have with you:

- fresh fruit or vegetable snack

- pencil and paper 

*After the workshop the slides will be available for you to download here!*



Sessions

10:50 AM - 12:20 PM
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Presenter

  • BC Agriculture in the Classroom
    Holly Johnson

    Holly Johnson — Education Specialist BCAITC

    Holly is excited to be the Education Specialist at BCAITC this school year. Raised on a small berry farm on Vancouver Island, she is ready to share her enthusiasm for food and first hand agriculture knowledge with teachers across BC. Holly has taught Kindergarten, Grade One, Grade Two, and Grade Four and has worked in independent and public schools in Vanderhoof and in Kelowna. When not helping teachers with the sharing of BC’s Food Story, Holly likes to wrangle her three small children and pursue her new hobby of canning her freshly grown produce.