Resources are needed in order to teach Science programs to youth. Learn more about the tools to execute your Science program.
Promising Practices are examples of exemplary peer reviewed 4-H Science materials and practices from Land-grant Universities in the areas of Curriculum, Evaluation, Program Design and Development, Professional Development, Partnerships, Resource Development and Marketing.
Training activities to assist educators in identifying sources and locations of potential 4-H science volunteers and to prepare, engage and retain them. These will assist educators in recruiting and developing volunteers be more comfortable in their ability to lead 4-H Science.
The Curriculum Development Toolkit includes resources for building and writing curriculum and guidance for submitting your professional development material to the National Directory of 4-H Materials.
Fully scripted training guides that fully prepare facilitators to understand and implement 4-H Science projects.
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