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In 4-H, you learn by doing and you will have a great time while you're doing it! Want to know more about what your 4-H experience might look like? Join Find Your Spark, a 6 week program taught by experienced 4-H educators. Each week will have a topic and a hands on activity for kids to do.

Sessions will be held Tuesdays at 4pm on Zoom, February 23 - March 30.

Topics are:(See Descriptions Below)

  • Health – Feb 23
  • Cultural Awareness – March 2
  • Creative Arts – March 9
  • Child Development- March 16
  • Animal Science – March 23
  • Horticulture – March 30

The six week session has a $5 fee per child. Register for one or all. Registration closes Feb 11.

Health: This lesson will introduce youth to the importance of physical fitness as part of a healthy lifestyle. Additionally, they will learn about three types of exercise with the main focus being on flexibility and balance. To conclude, the group will go through a yoga flow and practice poses that have been matched to the 4-H Pledge.

Cultural Awareness: Explore a different culture through traditional meals and food etiquette. We’ll learn how to use Japanese chopsticks and practice our new skills together!

Creative Arts: It is time to get creative! In this session, participants will explore different visual arts and mediums to help them create their very own creature out of modeling clay.

Child Development: This lesson will introduce youth to the four areas of growth and development: physical, mental, social, and emotional. Participants will observe how children express emotions, learn how children are similar and different, and analyze appropriate activities for infants and toddlers, ages birth-5 years.

Animal Science: Think like a veterinarian!  In this session, participants will learn about how parasites affect sheep and goats and use diagnostic tools to determine if an animal needs treatment.

Horticulture: Discover your green thumb by learning how to grow culinary herbs. We’ll explore some recipes to try using your homegrown herbs and we’ll take a look at the new herb project exhibit opportunity.

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4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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