Agriculture has lacked in educating beyond its own industry. If agricultural education is integrated into public education, agricultural knowledge can increase the agricultural literacy of youth. This research evaluated the representation and use of agricultural concepts within agricultural elementary curriculum and textbooks. Results concluded the lessons evaluated within the elementary curriculum did not include an even representation of all 10 agricultural literacy concepts, or knowledge, skills, and attitudes/beliefs (KSABs) contexts. Overall, the top three categories included: Plants, Agronomy, and Horticulture (27.9%), General Agriculture (21.1%), and Food and Nutrition (13.9%). Teachable knowledge was found across all evaluated curriculum textbooks, the largest presence found in Plants, Agronomy, and Horticulture (28.7%) and General Agriculture (22.3%). There was no significant presence of skills or attitudes/beliefs across all curriculum textbooks. The current curriculum materials evaluated in this study indicated that without educational resources available to teach; how, when and where life sustained products originate, agricultural literacy of society will continue to suffer. Agricultural education in elementary curriculum needs to occur, following the re-evaluation of educational resources.