Seed Survivor is a free curriculum-based program that teaches elementary children about plants and what it takes to grow them. Multiple displays travel across North America year-round.
For more information or to request Seed Survivor contact Corporate Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Seed Survivor Mobile is a plant nutrient classroom on wheels! This truck and trailer unit arrives at pre-registered schools and children progress through interactive Seed Survivor stations.
This free, curriculum-based learning experience encourages children in Grades 1 through 6 to master the elements that plants need to grow.
Students explore multi-media and virtual reality games, a sunflower seed planting station, talking walls and much more. Students spend half the presentation outside the trailer in a guided plant nutrient lesson and half the presentation inside the trailer playing each station.
Teachers, students and parent volunteers love the learning that takes place at Seed Survivor.
Agrium has partnered with the California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom to tour Seed Survivor Mobile across the state between October 2011 and April 2012. View the tour locations here. Contact AITC, Seed Survivor Coordinator, Happy Callis at email@example.com or 916-997-3942 for more information.
If you are interested in booking this display please review the display’s basic requirements
School Application - after reviewing the basic requirements, please complete an online application, if you experience difficulties with the online application please fill in a paper form. Only successful applicants will be contacted
Exhibition/Fair Application – after reviewing the basic requirements, please complete and return this form by January 1st of each year. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
For more information or to request Seed Survivor contact Corporate Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-403-225-7000
“I think Seed Survivor was very beneficial because they came right to our door and made managing a field trip a little easier, the kids had a lot of fun, it was very interactive for them and it touched on all of the curriculum areas that I wanted to cover.”Mr. Grunebaum, Grade 4 Teacher, Acadia Elementary School, Calgary, Alberta, October 12, 2010
“Thank you for bringing Seed Survivor to our school. We really enjoyed the games and planting our own seeds. Nutrition for Life was our favourite game. We learned that plants are like vacuums because they suck up all the nutrients and water from the soil. It was interesting to find out that soil is made from sand, silt, clay and organic matter.”Grade 4 students in Room 17, Acadia Elementary School, Donna Gordon Grade 4 Teacher, Calgary, Alberta, October 12, 2010