by Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English
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4-H curriculum promotes positive youth development through experiential learning. All of the curriculum goes through a rigorous peer review process. Choose from popular topics such as Biology, Computer Science, Cooking, Electricity, Entomology, Gardening, Honey Bees, Photography, Robotics, Solar Power, and . 4-H club member's record book: child care project Public Deposited. Analytics × Add 4-H Club Series W-1; Creator: Oregon State College. Federal Cooperative Extension Service; Resource Type: Other; Date Available: T+; Date Issued: ; Non-Academic Affiliation. Aug 5, - Check out this board for great project to do which will fall under the Child Development section of the Pawnee County Fair Book. Projects include a suggested fair book class, but many times projects could fit into multiple categories. Please contact the Extension office with questions. Remember 4-Hers may only enter one item per class pins. The following 4-H project sheets are designed to help 4-H volunteers determine meaningful content and lead youth in hands-on activities. 4-H youth and their families may use these sheets to decide which project they might be interested in. For a brief description of each 4-H project, please see the list of California 4-H Projects (PDF).
Welcome to Wisconsin 4-H Projects! A “project” is simply a topic that you can explore. On the following project pages, you’ll find descriptions and resources on a wide variety of major topics from art to woodworking, from computers to rabbits, from clothing to small engines. Project Book/Resources — Project books/resources may be available through your county Extension office, so ask your 4-H staff member. Project Items — Supplies, materials, equipment, animals, facilities and other resources needed to complete the 4-H project learning experience. The 4-H Name and Emblem have special protections from Congress, protected by code 18 USC 4-H is the youth development program of our Nation’s Cooperative Extension System and USDA. is maintained by National 4-H Council as part of our mission as an independent, private-sector partner to the Cooperative Extension System. 4‑H programs and resources are available at home or through local in-person and virtual 4‑H clubs, 4‑H camps, in-school and after-school programs. With the support of adult mentors, youth select from a menu of hands-on project ideas to complete. 4‑H programs are available for kids and teens ages 4‑H Cloverbud programs are.
Contact Iowa 4-H Iowa State University State 4-H Youth Development Extension 4-H Youth Bldg Stange Rd Ames, IA Email: [email protected] Phone: () Join us from your home as we honor the Ohio 4-H adult and teen volunteers on December 1 at 7 p.m. Register by 11/28 at 4-H EZ: Recipe for 4-H Community Club Success! Volunteers! If you're looking for ways to make your club work "EZ," check out this new online volunteer training. 4-H Record and Project Books. All record and project books linked here are PDF format and can be printed on your home printer. The Florida 4-H State website offers some of these books and other educational books for online purchase. If you need immediate assistance, please contact our 4-H staff by calling or emailing [email protected] County Fair Showcase. The “Babysitting Basics” project is for 4-H mem-bers or any youth 13 years of age and older. The books and leaflets about children and the care of children. Make a reference list for future use. child-care issue. 4. Create a toy or game for a young child. 5. Babysit four or more children (not including.