Grade 10

  • Explore, download and share great curriculum. These self-guided digital resources from Grow Next Gen allow students to work independently to bring science and agriculture home. Pre- and post-tests can be used to check knowledge gains.

    Grades 9 -12

  • Water quality is crucial to a sustainable future, but how much do you know about it?

    High school science teachers and their students are invited to use a brand-new education tool to study water quality this year. The H2Know digital case study is an investigation of water quality challenges in Lake Erie published by the Nutrients for Life Foundation. Numerous experts in environmental science, water treatment, soil science, agricultural engineering and secondary education worked together to develop this curriculum.

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  • Journey 2050 allows schools to experience agriculture like it’s never been taught before. As students explore sustainable agriculture, they make inquiry-based decisions to see the ripple effect on social, economic and environmental factors. Farm families across the world guide students through interactive games such as a virtual farm simulation and career avatar.

    Teacher lesson plans and self-guided experiences are available.

    Grades 7-12


  • Check out these new learning activities from NAITCO. These activities have been adapted from the National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix, and are ready for student eLearning engagement.


  • Nutrients for Life produces and distributes educational materials on soil science and agricultural sustainability. Their goal is to help Canadians better understand how nutrients increase the health and quality of our soil, improve production of nutritious foods and preserve green spaces.

    With the world population rapidly increasing to an estimated 9 billion people by 2050, food security is a growing issue. Nutrients for Life hopes to address this issue through its educational resources and programs, while working with educators across Canada to ensure that our resources meet the needs of teachers and students.

    They support Canada’s school-curriculum needs with science-based content of the highest quality. To validate its pedagogical value, their educational materials were reviewed by the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest research organization and museum complex.

    To learn more visit:

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Teaching Resources
Growing the Next Generation provides a wide selection of resources for teachers.
  • Full online lesson plans available
  • Curriculum-linked
  • Most resources offered at no cost
  • Fun and engaging content