Volunteers and educators! Since schools are back in session, you may want to read a book out loud online, but there are some specific guidelines you must follow. They vary for each publisher.
Check out this list of permission pages from some of the biggest children’s book publishers and a few of our favorite ag books from them. Always double check where the book was published so you can be sure to follow the correct guidelines.
- Online Guidelines
Albert Whitman Permission Page
Maple Syrup from the Sugar House
The Very Oldest Pear Tree
Macmillan Permission Page
Time for Cranberries
John Deere That’s Who
Candlewick Permission Page
How Did that Get in my Lunchbox?
Feeding Minds Press Permission Page
Right This Very Minute
Chuck’s Ice Cream Wish
Apple Orchard Riddle
How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin
Penguin Random House Permission PageGail Gibbons Books
Holiday House Permission Page
Boyds Mill Kane Permission Page
Full of Beans & Other Peggy Thomas titles
Seed Soil Sun & Other Cris Peterson titles
Use these activities to make the most of your time with elementary students.
- John Deere, That's Who!
Use this lesson as a hands-on activity following reading John Deere, That’s Who! aloud to the class. It teaches students the importance of creative thinking while designing tools to meet specific needs. This activity can be done in pairs or individually.
- Eat a Rainbow
This lesson teaches students about healthy eating and the rainbow of fruits and vegetables grown by farmers in South Carolina using the Education in AGtion bookmarks.
- SC Commodities Map
- South Carolina Ag Mags
These colorful, 4-page magazines are filled with interesting facts and fun activities to teach students about agriculture in South Carolina.