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Shawnee County

Wheat Bread Program


4-Hers making bread kits   4-Hers Assembling Bread in a Bag Kits

Wheat Science

Grade: 4                  

Cost: $3.00 per kit (each kit serves 3 students)

Standard: KCCRS Social Studies Economics and MW Region content Math: 4.MD.2

Date: Delivered in January. Orders close by November 29th.

Program Includes: One bread kit per 3 students, classroom bread making instructions

Teacher Provides: Water, oil, measuring utensils, volunteers, and an oven for baking bread 

This program is delivered to your school office and loaned out for 2 weeks. During that time youth will learn about Kansas wheat and wheat processing. Each youth will get to prepare their own loaf of bread to take home.

Sponsors

Our sponsors help keep the cost of this program affordable.

Please thank them.


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Lesaffre Yeast Corporation
Attention Kelly Olson
7475 W Main Street
Milwaukee, WI 53214
  
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Kansas Wheat Commission
Attention Cindy Falk
1990 Kimball Ave.
Manhattan, KS 66502 

Milling Science Club at K-State Milling Science and Industry (website)
 
Topeka Target
2121 SW Wanamaker Rd
Topeka, KS 66614

Teacher Resources

Bread Making Direction for the Classroom (word)

PDFs

Classroom Bread Recipe

Wheat Fact Bookmarks

6 Classes of Wheat

Whole Enriched Grains

Grain Elevator Math(estimating)

Wheat Kernal Kids

Wheat Kids Connection Magazine

PowerPoint

Teaching Kids About Wheat

Websites

Kansas Wheat (kswheat.com)

The Wheat Foods Council (wheatfoods.org)

The Peterson Farm Bros.  

Youtube Video

Cooking With Kids Inc., How to Knead Dough 

The Peterson Farm Bros. 

Meet Me at the Flour Mill~Shellenberger Hall at K-State 

DVDs Available Upon Request

Wheat-From Field to Table (approx. 15 min.)

History Made Every Day--Bread (approx. 50 min.)

Books Available Upon Request

Celebrate Wheat by Dan Yunk

Wheat People, Celebrating Kansas Harvest by the Kansas State Historical Society

 

Please contact Kim Seeley at 785-232-0062 ext. 112 or email kjseeley@ksu.edu