This project introduces youth to the fascinating hobby of "rock hunting." Geology involves studying the earth's crust, its layers, and their history. Youth learn to identify Indiana rocks, minerals, and fossils.
Youth learn how to barbecue. They cover safety, selection of a grill, selection of entree, and develop a menu around the grilled entrÃ©e. Advanced levels prepare an entire meal on the grill.
Current 4-H Calendar & Current Sign Up Sheets
Air Pistol Program open to Youth Grade 3-12
Deadline to Register August 31, 2015
This project will help you learn about bees and beekeeping. You will learn about the types of bees, the honey and wax they produce, the plants that attract bees, and the equipment a beekeeper needs. If you want to set up your own hive, you'll learn basic beehive care as well as how to extract and bottle honey. Advanced topics include: increasing the number of your honey bee colonies, increasing honey production, producing special kinds of honey, and learning more about bee societies.
Uses instructional materials that deal with young children at different ages (i.e., infants, toddlers, and preschool) and babysitting. Characteristics of various ages are studied and followed by observations and interactive activities.
This project provides a series of educational materials and activities that promotes an individual's learning about themselves, their friends, families, and communities.