4-H at Home
Using Zoom for 4-H Meetings - A document with instructions and helpful tips on using Zoom.
How to Prevent Uninvited Guests on Your Digital Meetings:
4-H Fiber Arts: Crocheting Basics
00:30 What do I need?
02:10 Create a Slip Knot
03:20. Making a Chain
00:45 Single Crochet
04:10 Turning and Counting Stitches
06:15. Finishing Off the Project
4-H Health: Positivity Rocks
Share positive message in your community by creating #4HRocks.
4-H Health: Walking Bingo
Take daily walks with your family members for your mental, social, and physical health. Can you black out the bingo card in 3-days?
4-H Horticulture: Learn from an Agent
01:10 What ar some fruits, vegetables and herbs ideal for harvesting during fair?
4:55 What kind of plant do you grow indoors and how do you decide?
7:30 I don't have a lot of space, what can I do?
Find publications referenced at https://hnr.k-state.edu/extension/publications/vegetables.html.
00:20 What are some recommended vegetables for first time growers?
01:30 How can I figure out the best place to start my garden?
02:35 What can 4-H'ers do to support their local farmers?
05:50 Where can I find CSAs near me?
Resources shared in this video:
- www.suncalc.org - Map the path of sun.
- https://fromthelandofkansas.com - Directory of all producers of meat, vegetable, fruit, and other value added products in Kansas.
- https://KSCGA.org - Search for farms in Johnson County, Kansas
- https://www.kchealthykids.org - Support local producers
- https://www.kchealthykids.org/covid-19-policy-resources/ - List of available CSA's in the KC Metro Area.
- Master Gardener Hotline - email firstname.lastname@example.org
4-H Project Leader Jaden encourages you to enhance your photography skills by pushing yourself to take a variety of different types of photos. Play around with the different settings on your camera to familiarize yourself and learn how each mode changes the quality of the photos.
4-H Sportfishing Tournament (State 4-H Contest)
Kansas 4-H is hosting a Sportfishing Tournament that you can participate locally throughout the year. Simply snap a photo, get it verified by a witness and send the entry form. The tournament runs throughout the year and ends September 15, 2020.
4-H STEAM: Oobleck Science
Explore the 3 states of matter with this simple activity using cornstarch and water. (PDF of Activity)
Literary Connection: Bartholomew and the Oobleck (By: Dr.Seuss)
4-H Visual Arts: Origami Art
Explore the art of Japanese paper folding by creating a samurai hat and/or jumping frog. (PDF of Activity)
Literary Connection: Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes (By: Eleanor Coerr)
Quick Facts from 4-H'ers:
Quick Fact from Chase (Entomology)