CLOVER: Environment, Healthy Living & STEM

By National 4-H Council April 09, 2020

Are you looking for fun and educational activities to keep your kids busy and engaged at home? Each week, 4‑H will be sharing four at-home learning resources from 4‑H programs across the country. Visit the links to learn more about the activity and check back every Monday for new ideas and hands-on, educational resources for all young people.

From the Mountains to the Sea – Virtual Environmental Education Series

Recommended age: K-12

Courtesy of University of Georgia Cooperative Extension, Georgia 4‑H

Explore environmental education with Georgia’s five virtual 4‑H centers. Lessons will cover a range of topics, including herpetology, entomology and beach or stream ecology. Additionally, the series highlights amenities at each virtual center, such as historic landmarks, salt marshes, tidal creeks, natural history museums, and species exhibits. Sessions take place each weekday at 3:00 pm ET on Facebook.

Tune in on Facebook

#EmpoweringMEandYou Stress Less Virtual Workshop

Recommended age: Age 13-18

Courtesy of University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Maine 4‑H

Join the 2020 Maine 4‑H Healthy Living Summit Team for their online #EmpoweringMEandYou Stress Less workshop on Thursday, April 16th, 6:00-7:00 pm ET, for youth ages 13-18. Created and taught by teens, for teens, this workshop will help youth identify the effects of stress and learn positive coping strategies to use for themselves and others.

Join a #EmpoweringMEandYou Workshop

Learning Links

Courtesy of Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Washington State 4‑H 

Recommended age: Grades K-12

Learning begins in wonder. Here are some ways young people can explore activities and enrich knowledge while schools are not in session.

Explore Activities

4‑H from Home Interactive Webinars

Courtesy of Rutgers University Cooperative Extension, New Jersey 4‑H

Recommended age: Grades 6-12

Register for interactive lessons on topics such as healthy living, STEM, civic engagement, the arts, and more. Webinars take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-4:00 pm ET. This week’s lessons feature Spring Gardening Fun (Tuesday) and STEM Challenge (Thursday).

Sign Up for Interactive Webinars