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Environmental Education Professional Development

Project Wet, Wild, and Learning Tree are research-based and field-tested environmental education curricula designed for use by formal and informal educators. All three programs are interdisciplinary in nature and support Georgia school standards in science, agriculture/natural resources, math, social studies. Georgia 4-H Military Partnership would like to support military installation…
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National Youth Science Day

“The year, [4-H] has partnered with Google and West Virginia University Extension Services to create activities that explore the topic of computer science, or CS, in a way that’s fun for kids and accessible for educators everywhere– regardless of your level of access to the internet or technology. Game Changers…
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Consumer Judging

The below post was originally shared in February of 2019; however, I wanted to reshare again to remind everyone of this great educational team available to youth 4th grade and up. Consumer Judging is a great way to teach youth reasoning skills, public speaking skills, and presentation skills. I encourage…
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Escape Room

Have you ever wanted to plan your own escape room activity for your youth audience? I attended a recent training for Outdoor Recreation and a 4-H Agent shared how to make an escape room for teens. In the template you create a theme, the pieces for the teens use to…
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State Council

State Council is the annual state meeting for high school 4-H’ers. This event is an opportunity for teens from all over the state to get together socially as well as provides teens with educational leadership opportunities. A key component of the event is the election of State 4-H Officers. It…
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