• Welcome to the Education Zone of Eberhard's Dairy!

    Here you will find a video detailing the history of Eberhard's Dairy and the journey that our milk makes from the farm to local Central Oregon schools for lunch. From the video, we have developed PDFs featuring activities rooted in different subjects targeted for 2nd-4th Grade, each connecting to Oregon State Standards.

Eberhard's Dairy Educational Video

Social Studies: Farm to Table Step Scramble

Time for Activity: 20-30 Minutes

Description: Cut out and arrange the steps to learn about the journey from farm to table. Students will cut out descriptions and photos from the word and photo banks, matching them to one another, and glue them to the template.

Common Core Standard: 3.16 Describe the relationship between producers and consumers.


Science: Butter Making Activity and Worksheet

Time Needed: 30 Minutes

Description: Follow our tutorial to create homemade butter with your class. Students will take turns shaking a mason jar filled with whipped cream (provided by Eberhard's). Fill the worksheet noting the changes from liquid to solid.

Common Core Standard: 2-PS1-1. Plan and conduct an investigation to describe and classify different kinds of materials by their observable properties. [Clarification Statement: Observation could include color, texture, hardness, and flexibility. Patterns could include the similar properties that different materials share.]


Math: Worksheet

Time for Activity: 15-20 Minutes

Description: A multiplication and division worksheet for third graders using numbers based off of facts shown in the video.

Common Core Standard: 3.OA.3 Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities, e.g., by using drawings and equations with symbol for the unknown numbers to represent the problem.


English: A Day in the Life

Time for Activity: 20-30 Minutes

Description: Students will write a 'Day in the Life' of our mascot Moo Moo Belle. This PDF features the option to do a story format or a schedule format depending on students needs. Please submit your stories to emilye@eberhardsdairy.com. We would love to read the stories your creative students write and may feature them on our website!


Nutrition Information

Calcium is essential for kids and teenagers to help build healthy, strong bones. It is recommended that 9-18 year olds get 1,300 milligrams (3 glasses of milk) of calcium a day while 4-8 year olds should get 1,000 milligrams (3 glasses of milk) a day.
In addition to Calcium, milk is the number one source of several key nutrients of a healthy diet including potassium, phosphorous, and magnesium.

For more information on nutritionally based educational content check out these National and State sponsored websites:

Milk Life

Milk Life has a variety of educational videos for technology integration in class.

Milk Life Videos

Oregon Dairy Council

Download the ‘Nutritionary’ and ‘What Food Am I?’ games from the Oregon Dairy Council for some fun in the classroom.


What Food Am I?

OSU's Smart Eating and Reading

Find a variety of excellent lesson plans at OSU’s Smart Eating and Reading Nutrition and Reading Program.

Smart Eating and Reading

We hope that you will find opportunities to integrate these activities into your classroom. It is our goal that these resources will root student's learning in the locality of Central Oregon, thereby raising engagement levels.

Feel free to give any feedback to emilye@eberhardsdairy.com and please send photos of your class doing the activities. You may see them featured on this space in the future!