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KFAC for Teachers

KFAC is dedicated to offering teachers, youth presenters, and classroom volunteers with opportunities to further their understanding of Kansas agriculture.

Our Summer Institutes and Summer Conference provide participants with first-hand experiences and great resources to share with youth.

The purpose of the Janet Sims Memorial Teacher of the Year Award is to recognize Kansas educators who incorporate agriculture into their existing curriculum to foster an interest in agriculture among their students.

If KFAC can assist you in your efforts to share agriculture with Kansas youth, please contact us.

Water Flows: Kansas Grows

We are excited to have this as our 2017-2018 school year theme! Click here for more information, lesson plans, resources and important dates to consider for this school year - all about water!

Lesson Plans

KFAC strives to connect classrooms to Kansas agriculture to ensure agriculture is in every classroom every day.
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Educator's Guides

Our educator's guides include extensive background information, lesson plans, outcomes, activities, worksheets and more.
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Teacher Feature

Each month we highlight a Kansas teacher who goes above and beyond at using agriculture in his or her classroom. Be inspired by their ideas and read about a favorite lesson plan using agriculture!
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Janet Sims Teacher of the Year

The Foundation recognizes one Kansas teacher each spring who demonstrates a commitment to connecting his or her classroom to Kansas agriculture.
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Summer Institutes

KFAC's Summer Institute exposes teachers to various agricultural opportunities and provides them with a variety of resources to use when preparing and presenting lesson plans to their students.
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A+STEM Workshops

KFAC offers half-day inservice trainings for teachers focused on using agriculture to teach science, technology, engineering and math. This training is customized to each school district. For lessons used at Buckner Performing Arts Magnet Elementary School's A+STEM, click here.
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Related Links

Explore useful websites for your classroom.
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