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Online Youth Activities at Home During COVID 19

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Exploring 4-H

North Carolina 4-H Facebook LIVE!
by North Carolina 4-H Youth Development Agents
(“friend” to receive activities access)

North Carolina 4-H YouTube 
by North Carolina 4-H 

4-H Online Learning Labs
by Rachelle Purnell, Mecklenburg County 4-H Agent
3 age groups: Cloverbud Corner for ages 5-8, Junior JukeJoint for ages 9-13 and Senior Seminars for ages 14-18. Each section has age appropriate activities and a chat room space for youth to engage with peers and chats are being monitored. They can share what they are working on and receive a few fun badges that they can earn through participation.

Boredom Busters
by Liz Driscoll, NC State Extension 4-H Specialist
Topics: Splendiferous Seeds; Forever Veggies: Plants Worth Dye-ing For; Popping Up Agricultural Wonders; Rock On!

Now What?
by Liz Driscoll, NC State Extension 4-H Specialist
Topics: Investigate Insects; Stalk Strange Stems; Building a Slug Hut; Hug a Tree; Make a Mud Pie

Online Campus Tours
by University of North Carolina System
Designed for middle and high school students.

Additional 4-H Home Resources during COVID 19
by Coleman Becton, Carteret County 4-H Agent
Topics: Simple science experiments; Exercise games & indoor activities; Activities with NASA; Reef Relief: Marine Science Virtual Classroom Lessons; and many more!