The National Peanut Board honors local educators and applauds the crucial role they play in the lives of our nation’s students. If you’re a teacher looking for fun activities that explore peanuts and peanut production, you’ve come to the right place. Our peanut farmer experts pooled their knowledge, creativity and resources to bring you a dozen learning activities to engage your students in thought-provoking discussions.

Peanuts and Coke: Good Ideas Live On

One teacher in Georgia is doing her part to keep the peanuts-in-your-Coke® idea alive for her high school students. 

Students Use Peanuts to Boost Their Service Organizations

This fall, college students from around the U.S. shared their love for peanuts and peanut butter through an innovative social media contest called Snack Attack. The contest challenged college service centers to host their own Snack Attack party and generate the most engagement and excitement about the power of peanuts through Twitter and Instagram using #peanutpower.

New Peanut Activities Bring Learning and Fun to the Kids in Your Life

A new set of 12 easy-to-use peanut activity cards, Discover the Powerful Peanut, may be what you’re looking for. National Peanut Board and other peanut organizations teamed up with curriculum experts at American Farm Bureau Foundation to launch a new learning resource geared toward children in grades 3-5. We want everyone to enjoy the peanut activities so we’ve made them available as a FREE download here. You can download just one of the 12 activities at a time or the whole packet.

National Peanut Board, Producer and Industry Organizations Launch New Peanut Educational Materials

SEPTEMBER 9, 2015--ATLANTA--National Peanut Board, along with Georgia Peanut Commission, Florida Peanut Producers, Alabama Peanut Producers Association, Virginia-Carolina Peanut Promotions, Southern Peanut Growers and American Peanut Council have launched a new peanut learning resource geared for students in grades 3-5.

Comparing Nuts

You've heard all nuts are good for you, but what's the nutrient content of peanuts compared to almonds, walnuts or pistachios? Did you know peanuts have more protein than any other nut?

Peanut Farming Yesterday and Today

Our timeline traces highlights in farming from its early years in America to the 21st century.

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