AITC-PEI has bilingual and provincial ciriculum link resources. You can find all grades resources from our page. Welcome to share and download our free resources designed for PEI teachers.
"What's Growing Around Us?"
Join Abbey as she takes an adventure across PEI to discover what farmers grow on PEI.
Alex's First Seeds
This story explores how worms help keep soil healthy for food production. It educates on composting, soil, environment and agriculture. It showcases the role of worms growing vegetables through a cartoon character Alex the worm and his family and friends. Alex learns his role and responsibility of growing his first seed.
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Alex's first seed
Before the Plate
Before the Plate (1 hr 30 min) attempts to close the gap in perception between the urban consumer and farming in Canada. Modern consumers are increasingly interested in where and how their food gets to them, but accurate information isn’t always easy to come by and often feels out of reach. Before the Plate follows young farmers and industry experts in order to show the general population what a modern Canadian farm operation looks like, and answer the most pressing questions consumers have about their food.
Before the Plate teacher guide
Before the Plate student guide
Feeding Canada: Exploring Our Food Systems
This teaching resource featuring Canadian farmers, veterinarians, and researchers provides grades 7–12 classes with a fun and helpful overview of the Canadian food cycle in six videos. Students apply their learning and reflect on how their food is produced.
Visit the resource and curriculum-links here!
Reggie’s Technology Adventure
Students will explore currently used technologies in agriculture and food production through the story “Reggie’s Technology Adventure”, and then use this knowledge to design their own model “Farm of the Future” including farm layout and production, technologies in use, and careers needed on this farm.
Reggie’s Technology Adventure eng
Reggie’s Technology Adventure fr
The Great Canadian Farm Tour
Bring your class on 10 virtual farm field trips across Canada from April 11 - May 18. Learn about agriculture in every province and expand your students understanding of our food system.
Includes FREE Learning Materials: The Great Canadian Farm Tour Activity Book and Passport will help to keep your students engaged and excited about upcoming tours!
The first 500 teachers will have the activity books shipped to them during the first week of April!