Are You Looking for Educational Resources for Your Children/Students?

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North Carolina 4-H has created a website for teachers and parents needing supplemental activities for school age children.

Though 4-H may look different, nothing has stopped during 2020. Keeping true to the 4-H motto, “Learn by Doing,” programs online have also incorporated offline learning so that youth and families can explore through content together. NC 4-H has reached existing and new audiences through the Virtual Summer Camp, 4-H Daily Sparks, and Virtual Summer Learning. 4-H youth have participated in long-standing programs online such as 4-H Presentations, 4-H Congress, and Citizenship Focus.

A child dropping a homemade parachute from a second story landing.

The 4-H Curriculum website focuses on the K-12 Educator (teachers/parents) and 4-H Volunteers. The website offers:

  • Flexible digital assets for virtual and face to face learning
  • Grab and Go lessons featuring STEM and Healthy Living
  • A directory of NC 4-H curricula
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Access to local 4-H Youth Development Professionals

Check out the website. Visit often as NC 4-H will be constantly be adding new curricula opportunities and digital materials.

Written By

Julie Lyvers, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJulie LyversExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Julie E-mail Julie N.C. Cooperative Extension, Clay County Center
Updated on Dec 29, 2020
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