Educational Exhibit & PROGRAMS
SOUTHLAND DAIRY FARMERS MOBILE DAIRY CLASSROOM
|This is an innovative program that brings the dairy experience directly to children. A trained instructor will demonstrate how to milk a cow, describe how milk goes from the farm to the consumer, and then answer questions from the audience. Students and teachers will share an experience that includes math, science, health (nutrition), and agriculture, all presented in a mobile classroom format. |
|Teacher Resources and fact sheets can be found online here. |
DISCOVERY FARM sponsored by Kentucky Pork Producers
|Discovery Farm offers close-up encounters with cattle, goats, llamas, sheep, horses, poultry, a sow and her litter, and other farm animals. This popular exhibition includes species-specific graphic panels and livestock learning stations, including touch screen computer games! Winning student entries in the Discovery Farm Video & PowerPoint Presentation Contest will be featured. These multimedia projects will explore life on Kentucky livestock farms, as well as the experiences of Kentucky youth who raise livestock.|
KENTUCKY AGRICULTURE AND ENVIRONMENT
|Kentucky Agriculture & Environment in the Classroom will be participating in the Kentucky State Fair education program by providing a lesson on Kentucky geography, natural resources, economics, and careers in South Wing B.
|KyAEC works to teach more students the significance and impact agriculture has on their daily lives. Standards-based curriculum and resources on subjects such as the science of food production, natural resource allocation, conservation, economics, land use, and social issues can be found online here.|
A WALK THROUGH THE BLUEGRASS AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
Students and teachers will be provided a Kentucky State Fair Passport including a map of the Fair, which shows all of the educational exhibits and other areas of interest. There will be designated locations on the map where students will answer the corresponding question about the exhibit and fill in the answer on their passport. Students and teachers will have the opportunity to earn a fun prize or reward if they successfully complete a specific portion of the passport stops.
If you would like to host a passport stop, please contact Susan Simmons by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (502) 367-5205.