Start Fair Again, Fair Again, then Stop 1 off to the FarmStop 2Stop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6 By Jennifer ShearonBack Next
Start Stop 1 Common Core StandardStop 2Stop 3 R.L.3.3 Describe characters in a story (e.g. their traits, motivationsStop 4 or feelings) and explain how their actions contribute to the sequenceStop 5 of events. Stop 6Back Next
Start Stop 1 What are we Learning?Stop 2 • We will learn about the history of theStop 3 Tennessee State Fair. When was the first state fair? What were some of theStop 4 first events? Why were they important?Stop 5 • We will compare and contrast different state fairs. Stop 6 • We will learn about Farms and why they are important to state fairs.Back Next
Start The “Lingo” Stop 1 • Fair - a competitive exhibition usually with accompanying entertainment and amusements.Stop 2 • Hardships – something that causes suffering or privation. • Agriculture – the science, art, or practice ofStop 3 cultivating the soil, producing crops, and raising livestock and in varying degrees the preparation and marketing of the resulting products.Stop 4 • Artisans – One that produces something in limited quantities often using traditional methods.Stop 5 • Livestock – animals kept or raised for use or pleasure Stop 6Back Next
Start Stop 1 How to start your ExperienceStop 2Stop 3 State Fairs allow communities to show offStop 4 their best livestock, crafts, and artisans. To begin the adventure of going to ourStop 5 four state fairs just start clicking through the slides. You will need a pencil, paper, and markers. I will provide small poster Stop 6 board for a poster project. Then get readyBack Next to have some fun down on the farm.
Start How do you call YOUR Pigs? Stop 1 That is not what I sound like!Stop 2Stop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next
Start How do you call YOUR Pigs? Stop 1Stop 2Stop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next
Start Stop 1 Stop 1Stop 2 The Tennessee State FairStop 3 HistoryStop 4Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next
Start Stop 1 Want to Know More?Stop 2Stop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6 CLICK ON ME!Back Next
Start Stop 2 Stop 1 Let’s go exploring at the FairStop 2 TN State Fair Let’s play a seek and find game. Using the pictures andStop 3 winners list from the State Fair, see if you can find the following: • The 1st Place winner of an Icelandic EweStop 4 • The Grand Champion Gilt (Pig) • The Name of the Chairman of the Fair Board • The Mission statement of the fairStop 5 • Where in Tennessee is the fair located • 1st place winner of best made soap Stop 6 • Five different Ferris Wheel pictures • A list of five fair foods picturedBack Next
Start Stop 1 Be CreativeStop 2 The Tennessee State Fair has been in trouble for the past fewStop 3 years of being shut down but thanks to donations, a smaller fairStop 4 has been saved. In your group, create a poster helping drum upStop 5 business for the next fair. It should be colorful and include two of your Stop 6 “Lingo” words. Should also showBack Next the “Character” of the fair.
Start Stop 3 Stop 1 Got enough Cotton Candy? Of course not!Stop 2 Let’s go to some other state fairs.Stop 3 Click on the picture to go to the fair!Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next
Start Stop 4 Click on the picture for FUN! Stop 1Stop 2Stop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next
Start Click the butter! Stop 5 Stop 1Stop 2Stop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next
Start Compare and Contrast Time Stop 1Stop 2Stop 3 Answer these few questions about the four state fairs we went to today.Stop 4 • What year was each fair started? • What events do they have in common?Stop 5 • What events are different? • Do any of them have a mascot? What are Stop 6 their names? • Name five things you will see at all fourBack Next fairs.
Start Stop 6 Stop 1 Let’s explore the inner workings of a local farm.Stop 2 Gentrys FarmStop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Make sure you check out the Stop 6 history of this farm!Back Next
Start Time to use your computer noodle! Stop 1 Farm FunStop 2 Try your hand at being a farmer playing these games.Stop 3 • Ag Across AmericaStop 4 • Amazing Grains • That’s LifeStop 5 • Where in the World • Spin and Solve Stop 6Back Next
Start Time to see what you learned down Stop 1 at the farm. • Name two things Gentry’s FarmStop 2 produces?Stop 3 • What year was the farm established? • Where is the farm located?Stop 4 • List five fun facts you learned from the farming games.Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next
Start There is so much to do on the Farm, Stop 1 let My son Elijah show you.Stop 2Stop 3Stop 4Stop 5 Stop 6 So much FUN!Back Next
Start Stop 1Stop 2Stop 3 Hope y’all come backStop 4 now, ya hear?Stop 5 Stop 6Back Next