Spring 4-H Curriculum Training

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Want to learn how to implement 4-H programs in your center? Are you looking for fun, exciting, hands-on learning activities? Join us for 4-H Curriculum training!!!!  Each 4-H curriculum training consists of a 2-3 hour meeting time in which participants get a first hand idea of what the curriculum looks like, how it is laid out/ease of use, experience a sampler of its hands-on activities, and receive training on how to best take the curriculum and implement it into their own programs!! We will also cover the Experiential Learning Model used in 4-H. The cost for each session will be $10. If you are interested in participating in any of the trainings below please contact our office to register (704) 336-2082. You will not want to miss these…

All sessions will begin at 10am at the Mecklenburg County Cooperative Extension Office:

1418 Armory Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28204



Keeping Fit: Fitness Activities for Youth (Book 1/3)

“Youth design personal fitness plan & track it using their own fitness file. Through interviews & personal experiences youth discover benefits to being fit as they practice making decisions, speaking with others & managing themselves…”


Exploring the Treasures of 4-H

“This curriculum provides a treasure hunt for youth to explore the joys of 4-H by discovering their interest, potential 4-H projects and finding 4-H where they live with the guidance of parents or other adult helpers.”

TUESDAY, MARCH 26th, 2013

Acres of Adventures   

“This curriculum includes lesson plans will quickly involve youth in experiential activities related to insect invasion, farm physics, frontier living and more. This curriculum will also allow you and your youth to get a glimpse of some of what 4-H has to offer. ”

TUESDAY, APRIL 16th, 2013

Food, Culture, & Reading

“Food, Culture, and Reading is a nutrition education curriculum that uses literature to learn about food, healthy living, and different cultures. Through experiential activities, youth will be able to recognize a variety of healthful foods within MyPyramid food group, taste new foods from other cultures, explore the similarities of food, and develop an understanding and appreciation of cultures that are different than their own.”

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Photo of Racquel WashingtonRacquel WashingtonExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development (704) 336-4014 racquel_mcneil@ncsu.eduMecklenburg County, North Carolina
Updated on Jan 7, 2013
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