The Clover Dynasty Game
The Clover Games activity is a scavenger hunt maze that incorporates integrated technology using an interactive PowerPoint slide show. The game takes players to various websites (LSU AgCenter, National 4-H, etc.) to seek and find information about 4-H history, activities and events, contests, camps and trips, awards, etc. Players navigate through the maze and record their answers in a Mission Log, a Magic Book-style foldable card system. Great for Open House, PTO meetings and literacy night activities.
That’s a Fact, Jack!
On October 9, 2013, millions of young people will become scientists for the day during the sixth annual 4-H National Youth Science Day. This year, the National Science Experiment will be – 4-H Maps & Apps! Designed by Colorado State University Extension, the year’s set of activities will turn young people into geospatial thinkers as they design and map their ideal park, use GIS mapping to solve community problems and contribute data about their community to the United States Geological Survey. Get the scoop now!
Squirrel Brains & Frog Giggin’
This session will not actually focus on eating squirrel brains or giggin’ frogs but instead focus on the importance of families sharing a healthful diet and being physically active. You will learn about the Family Nutrition Night program which is a fun, innovative way to bring together families and provide them with an educational opportunity to learn about nutrition and healthy lifestyles.
Orders from the 4-H Commander
Looking for guidance on planning and executing better 4-H club meetings? This session will provide tools for implementing an Order of Business using the basics of Parliamentary Procedure. Learn to use resources and get some hands on experience to help plan and conduct quality club meetings for all ages.Call the 4-H Office to RSVP by September 18th. Lunch is provided and door prizes will be awarded. All participants will receive a 4-H logo polo!