The 4-H Child Development Project uses instructional materials that deal with young children at different ages (i.e., infants, toddlers, pre-school) and baby-sitting. Characteristics of various ages are studied and followed by observations and interactive activities.
The 4-H Aerospace program provides youth with educational information about aerospace that develops project skills (i.e., principles of flight, model rocket construction, model rocket safety) and life skills (i.e., decision-making, using science and technology, developing communication skills). These fun-filled, hands-on learning experiences are provided with the plan of a caring adult will be helping the 4-H member.
This project helps youth learn about raising aquarium fish. You'Â’ll learn the basics of aquarium setup and maintenance and how to select fish for your aquarium.
The gardening project introduces youth to vegetable gardening. Youth will learn about planning a vegetable garden, planting, fertilizing, different vegetable pests, harvesting, storage techniques and careers.
A series of hands-on workshops to provide instruction and encourage technology challenged adults to utilize computers. The workshops will be interactive, with the Floyd County 4-H Junior Leaders, Volunteers, and a Purdue Extension Educator teaching the course. iPads have been provided for classroom use thanks to a generous grant from the Horseshoe Foundation. Individuals may bring their own tablets as well.
Youth in grades K-6th can join the fun as the Floyd County 4-H Junior Leaders welcome them to their first spa day! Explore shining from the inside out with good grooming habits, creative nails, hair care and styles, learn how to have healthy friendships, experiment in smoothie making, and create a few crafts. The fun begins on Saturday, May 9th from 10:00 - 3:00 pm in Newlin Hall at the Floyd County 4-H Fairgrounds, New Albany. Cost is $20.
Join Gina Anderson, Floyd County Agriculture and Natural Resources/Community Development Purdue Extension Educator, at Grant Line Nursery for some one-on-one classes that include a hands-on activity. The next scheduled class is on Tree Care on April 23, 2015.