"The 4th H" Podcast
Learn about physical activity, balanced eating, and social emotional health with this audio program accompanied by written articles from Indiana 4-H.
Each time they complete a task, they will mark that box on their card. (only 1 task per day)
A bingo is earned when seven boxes in a row are marked. More than one bingo can be earned in a month.
By the 15th of the following month, participants will need to fill out an online survey to submit their bingo card.
The focus of the challenge will rotate every three months:
Healthy Food Choices
Combination of Physical Activity, Healthy Food Choices, and Social/Emotional Health
Feel free to make it your own! Create a friendly competition within your community: club vs. club, county vs. county, area vs. area
One of the mission mandates of the 4-H program is Healthy Living. These lesson plans have been developed to promote the positive well-being of youth and their families. Each lesson is designed to be completed within one meeting time using easily accessible supplies but all do vary in length and level of complexity. They have been divided into two categories, one which incorporates a related snack for the meeting time and one that does not. Many lessons also integrate multiple 4-H project areas into the educational component of a single lesson.
Indiana 4-H Leadership Summit
National 4-H Congress
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