Celebrating 10 years! CALM

Celebrating 10 Years of CALM all March long

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About CALM

Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month (CALM) is an engaging experiential opportunity that encourages students from K to 12 in all 10 provinces to learn about and celebrate Canada’s incredible agriculture and food story. By connecting classrooms with farmers and people with a passion for agriculture and food, students and teachers learn firsthand about this sector through the incredible story shared by the volunteer visiting with them!

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#CALM2021
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#OurFoodOurStory
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Resources

View our 10 resources below:

BC

Grades: K-6
Subjects: ELA, Math, Arts, Social Studies, Science and Food Studies
Developed by: BCAITC

Fresh Stories
Vegetables

Grades: 7-10
Subjects: ELA, Science, Social Studies
Developed by: AG for Life

Food Security
Vegetables

Grades: 3-5
Subjects: Science, Social Studies
Developed by: AITC-SK

Let's Eat: Plants
Eggs

Grades: 5
Subjects: Science
Developed by: AITC-MB

Let's Talk Eggs!
Water

Grades: 7-12
Subjects: Science
Developed by: AgScape

A Guide to
Aquaculture
Planet X

Grades: 9-12
Subjects: Career Exploration
Developed by: Ecole-o-Champ

Planet X
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Grades: K-6
Subjects: PAA, ELA, Science
Developed by: AITC-NB

Reggie's Technology
Adventure
Windmills

Grades: 6
Subjects: Science
Developed by: AITC-NS

Agriculture and
Renewable Energy
Bees

Grades: K-6
Subjects: Art, ELA, Health, Science
Developed by: AITC-NL

Blossom's Big Job
Alex Worm

Grades: K-6
Subjects: Career Exploration, ELA, Science, Social Studies
Developed by: AITC-PEI

Alex's First Seed
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Teacher, AB

I loved that my students got to learn about all the different forms of agriculture and how diverse it is.

Teacher, AB,
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Thanks to our Presenting Partners

Volunteer

I just love the questions from the kids, and usually they are things that I would never think to explain. With the massive disconnect between ag producers and today’s consumers properly explaining what and why we do things is extremely important!

Volunteer, MB