Clover Call Podcast
This audio program explores the people and programs that make Indiana 4-H Youth Development such an important part of our communities.
The Purdue Extension 4-H Youth Development team has gathered a list of at-home learning resources for families to utilize during social distancing related to COVID-19. Many other activities that can be adapted for at-home use can be found under the volunteer tab of our website under
Indiana 4-H Congress Lesson Plans,
4-H Science Volunteer Resources,
Animal Science Volunteer Resources, and
Healthy Living Volunteer Resources.
We hope you find this list helpful. We would love to know if you're using these resources! If you choose to share your family's at-home learning adventures on social media, please tag @indiana4h!
Tune in on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm EST for live discussions and demonstrations: purdue.ag/jrpork21. Can't join us live? Recordings will be posted on this page.
In the spring of 2020, middle school and high school youth chose a problem and proposed a solution using coding and other technology.
Beginner coding activities: Can be led by parents at home, or virtually by 4-H club leaders.
Another hackathon will be held April 9-11, 2021! Stay tuned for more information.
Try this fun Oobleck experiment from Purdue Extension Elkhart County 4-H Educator, Robby Kelly!
Plant Cell Pizza video by Rebecca Wilkins, Purdue Extension Harrison County 4-H Educator
Flower Dyeing video by Brooke Stefancik, Purdue Extension Sullivan County 4-H Educator
Plastic Jug Planters video by Purdue Extension Fayette County 4-H members
The Whys and Hows of Raised Bed Gardens video with Robby Kelly, Purdue Extension Elkhart County 4-H Educator
Explore 4-H STEM with these activity calendars! Try a new STEM activty every day during the months of May, June, July, and August.
In-person Purdue Extension 4-H Youth Development events are postponed or will be offered virtually through the month of June, 2020. Starting July 1, Purdue Extension events may resume in compliance with the Back on Track Indiana plan. Learn more
For answers to frequently asked questions regarding summer 2020 event guidelines, click here.
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