- Have students create an ABC Alphabet Book on North Dakota Agriculture (e.g., A = Agriculture, B = Beets, C = Crops, etc.). Illustrate each page and share it with another classroom or place it in the school library.
- Extension: Substitute with other topics such as specific farm machinery, specialty crops, or various types of livestock grown in North Dakota, etc.
- Have students create a timeline in book form of the growth of agriculture in North Dakota beginning with the American Indians. Other specific timeline books could include a book on the changes to tractors or other types of machinery used to farm.
- Have students create an Agricultural Glossary with illustrations and definitions that younger children in lower grades can understand. Have students share with others in the classroom or place it in the school library for use by other students.
- Have students create a class book in which each student researches, describes, and illustrates one type of crop, livestock, agricultural tool or machine, farming method, etc. to be placed in one book to be shared in the school library or with other classrooms.
- Have students use vocabulary words to create a book or comic book of any aspect of North Dakota agriculture (e.g., crops, livestock, agricultural tools or machinery, etc.). Include words, definitions, and illustrations.
- After studying North Dakota agriculture in depth, have students research the Ag Mag magazine found at the following link and have them either individually or in small groups create an article on some aspect of agriculture using a similar format used by the Ag Mag creators. A class book could be compiled to share with other classrooms or placed in the classroom or school library.