Below are some dairy farming activity sheets to keep kids of all ages entertained, and information about dairy farming for grown-ups too. Plus, a link to our overnight french toast casserole recipe.
For Younger Kids (PreK- 6th Grade):
Discover dairy activity booklet – includes word searches, word scrambles, a spot to color, and more.
Undeniably dairy coloring book – 8 pages of printable coloring sheets, each with fun facts about dairy farming, plus recipe pages.
Dairy vocabulary & FAQ (PreK – Grade 6) – teach your kids new words about dairy farming, you might learn a few new words too!
For Older Kids (Grade 7-12):
Dairy vocabulary & FAQ (Grade 7-12) – learn common dairy farming language and find out answers to frequently asked questions.
Easy breakfast bowl recipe – ideas for how to make a creative breakfast bowl using yogurt as a base.
What you need to know about milk – answers to common questions about antibiotics, hormones, GMOs, organic standards, lactose intolerance, and more.
Overnight french toast recipe – make it the night before and pop it in the oven the next day for easy enjoyment! On the recipe page, you’ll find a how-to video by Vermont dairy farmer Beth Kennett and dietitian Hilary Walentuk! This recipe is great to make with kids too – they’ll have fun ripping up the bread.