CLOVER: Healthy Habits, Sewing & More

By National 4-H Council April 17, 2020

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. This week’s featured activities include daily health and wellness, sewing, and more!

Learn by Doing at Home Series

Recommended age: Grades Pre-K – 12

Courtesy of University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska 4‑H

These daily activities can be done at home with supplies found in your home. The series features a range of activities, including yoga, art, STEM, baking, and more!

Check out the series

Cloth Face Covering Activity Plan

Recommended age: Grades 3-12

Courtesy of University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin 4‑H

This service-learning activity plan includes step-by-step instructions with photos for how to make cloth face coverings that meet CDC guidelines as well as reflection questions and opportunities to learn more.

Make your own face cover

4‑H Daily Spark

Recommended age: Grades Pre-K – 12

Courtesy of North Carolina State University, North Carolina 4‑H

Check out this video series with topics that focus on animal science, communication & expressive arts, environmental science, and healthy lifestyles.

Get your daily spark