Lancaster County 4-H is compiling a list of 4-H resources and activities 4-H families, volunteers and youth may use at home. A few non-4-H resources are also included. You do not need to be enrolled in 4-H to use these resources. Resources are categorized by Nebraska 4-H project areas. This page does not include resources already listed on the state 4-H Virtual & At-Home Learning Web Page. Resources are still being added — check back often!

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Lancaster County Super Fair
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Animal Science
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Communications & Expressive Arts
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Consumer & Family Science
  • National 4-H Free Online Curriculum: I Have What it Takes to be Your Teen Babysitter (learn about the ages and stages of child development, safety, food and nutrition, how to handle emergencies, appropriate activities to implement with children, and more)
  • Free excerpt (pdf) from Nebraska 4-H STEAM Clothing: Maker's Guide to Sewing Stuff: Pin Cushion (sew a pin cushion)[Curriculum is available for sale at UNL Marketplace Store: Digital Guide $4.95; Print Guide $6.00]
  • Free excerpt (pdf) from Nebraska 4-H STEAM Clothing: Maker's Guide to Sewing Stuff: Stretchy Scrunchie (sew a scrunchie)[Curriculum is available for sale at UNL Marketplace Store: Digital Guide $4.95; Print Guide $6.00]
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Environmental Education & Earth Sciences
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Healthy Lifestyle Education
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Leadership & Citizenship
  • Nebraska 4-H Web Page: 4-H Civic Engagement (ways you can positively contribute to your community while maintaining social distance)
  • Nebraska 4-H Handout (pdf): Tower Building Activity (aimed at 5th & 6th graders to help youth gain personal and collaborative leadership skills — can be done in teams or just two people, each building a tower)
  • Nebraska Extension & 4-H Web Game: Career Explorer (connect the dots between the choices you make and the opportunities you could have in the future)
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Plant Science
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Science & Technology
  • Code Camp: If you can read, you can code! Program fee: $10. Register here. A Zoom link will be provided to registrants a few days prior to the workshop. Select from any of these times: June 22, 9 a.m. or 11 a.m.
  • 3D Modeling: Learn how a 3D printer works & create your own 3D print design — June 23, 10 a.m. 3D prints will be mailed to the address used when registering. Youth must be at least 8 years old to participate. Program fee: $20.00. Register here. A Zoom link will be provided to registrants a few days prior to the workshop.
  • University of Nebraska State Museum Online Resources: Home Activities (includes hand-on activities, coloring pages, Tuesday 10am Virtual Field Trips, Friday 11am Facebook Learning Sessions, and more).
  • Code.org Curriculum for K-12 Computer Science: Learn Computer Science When Schools Are Closed (includes Code Break weekly interactive classroom Wednesdays at 12pm CT, one-hour tutorials, 3-5 minuted videos and self-paced courses).
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