Eco Logic

Episode

The One with the Tractor

Did Harry do IT?

This clip gives students a fly-on-the-wall look into a working vegetable farm, complete with an enthusiastic farmer who’s happy to answer plenty of questions along the way, around soil health and growing food. Billy picks vegetables straight from the ground, learning more about what to do with beetroot, snow peas and other fresh vegetables.

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The One with the Tractor

Yr Level

Learning Area

Curriculum Code
Peas in a Pod
3
Mathematics
ACMSP069 ACMSP070
Why is that Farm Here?
4 5 6
Humanities and Social Sciences
ACHASSI079 ACHASSI073 ACHASSI074 ACHASSK113 ACHASSI095 ACHASSI123 ACHASSI124
Transcript The One with the Tractor
3 4 5 6
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies Science
ACTDEK021 ACTDEP025 ACSSU043 ACSHE083 ACSSU094 ACSHE100
The One with the Tractor
Peas in a Pod
Yr Level
3
Learning Area
Mathematics
Curriculum Code
ACMSP069 ACMSP070
Why is that Farm Here?
Yr Level
4 5 6
Learning Area
Humanities and Social Sciences
Curriculum Code
ACHASSI079 ACHASSI073 ACHASSI074 ACHASSK113 ACHASSI095 ACHASSI123 ACHASSI124
Transcript The One with the Tractor
Yr Level
3 4 5 6
Learning Area
Humanities and Social Sciences Technologies Science
Curriculum Code
ACTDEK021 ACTDEP025 ACSSU043 ACSHE083 ACSSU094 ACSHE100

Factastical #2

In the late 1700s lots of Europeans feared the tomato and called it the “poison apple”. The truth was the wealthy people who ate tomatoes were getting sick because they were eating off plates made from poisonous lead.