Utah 4-H Curriculum Guide

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Citizenship Adventure Kit
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AB - Citizenship (local, state, national)
Decision making, problem solving and teamwork
are among the skills that youth stamp on their
passports. They address real community issues,
and keep a journal of their thoughts, decisions and
actions throughout the process. The kit includes a
passport to record achievements, postcards with
project tips, and a travel log. (40 pages)
http://www.4-h.org/resource-library/cur
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riculum/4-h-citizenship/adventure-kit/
Citizenship Guide’s Handbook
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AB - Citizenship (local, state, national)
Through tips, suggestions, added references and
activities - youth take an educational journey that is
fun and educational. Youth discover the importance
of needs assessment, knowing who are advocates
and detractors, formulating a plan and knowing
what success looks like. (40 pages)
http://www.4-h.org/resource-library/
curriculum/4-h-citizenship/guides-hand
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book/
The Kid’s Guide to Social Action
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AB - Citizenship (local, state, national)
Exciting, empowering, and packed with information,
this is the ultimate guide for kids who want to make
a difference in the world. Step-by-step instructions
show how to write letters, do interviews, make
speeches, take surveys, raise funds, get media cov
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erage, and more.
http://www.amazon.com/The-Kids-
Guide-Social-Action/dp/1575420384
!Qu‚ Rico! La Cultura Bilingual Help
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er’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AC - Cultural Education
Youth discover the Latino culture as they develop
an understanding of the Latino people and their tra
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ditional art forms through instrument making, jewel
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ry making, weaving, muraling and mask making.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
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riculum-latino-cultural-arts/08180.aspx
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
ACA - Genealogy
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
ACB - State Exchange
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AD - Global Education
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
ADA - International Exchange
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
Generation Celebration - Member’s
Guide
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AE - Intergenerational Programming
This intergenerational 4-H project consists of six
sessions designed to help young people and older
adults become more aware of stereotypical attitudes
toward aging, and to get to know and enjoy each
other as individuals. National Collection of Juried
4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://downloads.cas.psu.edu/4H/Gener
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ationCelebrationMG.pdf
Generation Celebration - Leader’s
Guide
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AE - Intergenerational Programming
This intergenerational 4-H project consists of six
sessions designed to help young people and older
adults become more aware of stereotypical attitudes
toward aging, and to get to know and enjoy each
other as individuals. National Collection of Juried
4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://downloads.cas.psu.edu/4H/Gener
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ationCelebrationLG.pdf
Intergenerational Activities Source
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book
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AE - Intergenerational Programming
A new resource for educators, human service prac
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titioners, recreation specialists, community develop
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ment specialists, and others committed to bringing
the generations together. National Collection of
Juried 4-H Youth Development Curricula.
http://intergenerational.cas.psu.edu/
Docs/Sourcebook.pdf
Walk in My Shoes
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AE - Intergenerational Programming
This Aging Awareness project can be a valuable ed
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ucational tool that will teach participants to be more
sensitive to the needs of older adults. This experi
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ence will increase one’s understanding of normal
age-related sensory changes, will dispel the myths
of aging and will present a more positive focus on
the realities of aging and the aged. The training pro
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gram is a tool that fosters not only a positive image
of aging, but is also a means of providing the par
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ticipants with useful information that will teach them
to be more senior-friendly. The six session project
helps prepare young people to visit nursing homes,
interact with seniors in the family and community,
and just develop sensitivity for the aging.
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/wims/wim
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sproject.html
4-H for the Handicapped Activities
Handbook
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AF - Understanding Physical and Mental Limita
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tions
A fun filled handbook full of activities and learning
for the handicapped.
This item may be purchased for $0.50
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Involving the Handicapped in 4-H
Leader’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AF - Understanding Physical and Mental Limita
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tions
4-H provides an opportunity for young people to be
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long, to be part of a group, to learn new things and
participate in enjoyable activities.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Let’s Look at 4-H & Handicapped
Youth Leader’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AF - Understanding Physical and Mental Limita
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tions
Several uses for this guide are possible. The topics
included can serve as an outline of a training ses
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sion for agents and leaders interested in reaching
handicapped youth through 4-H.
http://pa4h.cas.psu.edu/
Service Learning 1 - Agents of Change
+ CD
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AH - Service Learning
Appropriate for a Middle School aged audience -
Youth become “Special Opportunities Agents,” as
they follow a series of exciting activities that engage
them in their community and allow them to reflect on
their experiences. Youth identify community needs,
plan a service project and execute their idea using
the manual. The CD bundled with the book includes
supporting materials and a Journal for youth to re
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cord their experiences. (40 pages)
http://new.4-hcurriculum.org/projects/
servicelearning/
Service Learning 2 - Raise Your Voice
+ CD
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AH - Service Learning
Designed for a high school aged audience - This
no-nonsense guide engages older youth as young
leaders. Voices of real young people engaged in
service inspire youth and connect them with others
who made an impact. Youth plan and implement
their own service project. A journal for youth re
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flections and support materials are included on the
accompanying CD. (40 pages)
http://new.4-hcurriculum.org/projects/
servicelearning/
Service Learning Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AH - Service Learning
This exciting guide for leaders offers group service
learning activities like community mapping, identi
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fying group roles and journaling. It offers advice for
mentors seeking to guide youth through enriching
learning experiences. Reflective journaling helps
leaders explore their personal leadership style and
the value of service. (40 pages)
http://new.4-hcurriculum.org/projects/
servicelearning/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
A - Citizenship and Civic Education
AI - Community Service
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
Building Bridges - Voices from the
Past
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BA - Communication Arts
An inter-generational heritage project which teaches
interviewing techniques, builds listening skills, and
includes tips for putting together a finished project
that can be publicly shared with others.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/educa
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tionalresources/building-bridges-voices-
from-the-past/UWI-04.aspx
Building Bridges - It’s all in the Family
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BA - Communication Arts
For parents in busy families, this manual contains
tips, games, exercises, activities and special proj
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ects that strengthen communication, promote litera
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cy and creativity and help families develop healthy
strategies for dealing with conflict.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/educa
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tionalresources/building_bridges-its_all_
in_the_family/UWI_05.aspx
Communications 1 - Picking Up the
Pieces
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BA - Communication Arts
Youth engage in nonverbal, verbal, and written
activities that stretch and strengthen personal com
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munication skills. Encrypting codes, writing songs,
giving directions, dealing with bullies, and making
a statement through art are a few of the exciting
activities. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08156
Communications 2 - Putting It Togeth
-
er
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BA - Communication Arts
Youth practice and gain confidence in communicat
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ing in a variety of situations. They gain confidence
as strong communicators as they present oral
reasons, plan and present speeches, communicate
assertively, practice making a good first impression
and mentor others. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08157
Communications 3 - The Perfect Fit
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BA - Communication Arts
Youth polish their communication skills and develop
a public presence by speaking in public, exploring
communication careers, writing resumes, interview
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ing for a job, developing presentations, dealing with
anxiety and much more! (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08158
Communications Group Activity Help
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er’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BA - Communication Arts
Helpers support youth as they interact, and
strengthen personal communication skills through
skillathons, communication games, demonstrations
and creating advertisements. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=08159
Communications Toolkit: Fun
Skill-Building Activities
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BA - Communication Arts
The toolkit provides fun, easy and meaningful
communication activities for many youth settings.
Hands-on activities help kids build on their skills in
public speaking, writing, graphics, and video, media
and technology.
http://4h.msue.msu.edu/4h/resources/
communications_toolkit
Building Bridges 4 - Voices from the
Past
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BAA - Public Speaking/Radio/TV
An inter-generational heritage project which teaches
interviewing techniques, builds listening skills, and
includes tips for putting together a finished project
that can be publicly shared with others.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/educa
-
tionalresources/building-bridges-voices-
from-the-past/UWI-04.aspx
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BAB - Writing Poetry
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BB - Performing Arts
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
The Art of Clowning
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BBA - Clowning/Mime
Learn the history of clowning, how to apply clown
make up, costumes, clown etiquette, and much
more.
http://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/CEPublications/
em4882/em4882.pdf
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BBB - Dance Movement
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
Theatre Arts 1 - Play the Role
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BBC - Drama/Theatre
A wonderful introduction to the world of theatre arts
as the child and helper learn together in the fasci
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nating world of make believe. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
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riculum-theatre-arts/08070.aspx
Theatre Arts 2 - Become a Puppeteer!
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BBC - Drama/Theatre
Fun for both youth & helpers. Youth create sound
effects, make puppets & prepare a puppet skit.
Although acting is the primary subject matter, young
people will practice life skills like problem solving,
managing feelings, decision making & communicat
-
ing. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08071
Theatre Arts 3 - Set the Stage!
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BBC - Drama/Theatre
Youth do improvisations, create disguises & design
costumes. They learn how to express themselves
in the exaggerated manner that is seen on stage.
Other life skills include problem solving, accepting
differences, communicating, & decision making. (c
2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08072
Theatre Arts - Helpers Guide
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BBC - Drama/Theatre
Assists the Helper to facilitate learning throughout
this project. Includes “Advice to the Helper,” group
activities, helpful hints and more. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=08073
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BBD - Music/Sound
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BC - Visual Arts
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCA - Arts and Crafts
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAB - Beading
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAC - Ceramics
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAD - Porcelain Dolls
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAF - Flower Arranging
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAL - Leather Craft
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAP - Paper Craft
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAR - Fabric Craft
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAS - Stenciling
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAV - Plastic Canvas
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
Woodworking Wonders 1 - Measuring
Up
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAW - Wood Carving/Engraving
Youth will develop skills that wood-workers use,
such as measuring, squaring & es cutting a board,
driving nails, and using clamps and screws. It is
suggested that all youth begin with this guide to be
grounded in the basics of woodworking. (c 2002)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
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riculum-woodworking/06875.aspx
Woodworking Wonders 2 - Making The
Cut
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAW - Wood Carving/Engraving
Youth will measure, cut, sand, drill, use advanced
hand and power tools, apply paint, and use bolts
and staples. (c 2002)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=06876
Woodworking Wonders 3 - Nailing It
Together
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAW - Wood Carving/Engraving
Youth will practice measuring angles, cutting dado
and rabbet joints; use a circular saw, a table saw
and a radial arm saw; smooth lumber with a hand
planer; and learn to sand and stain wood. (c 2002)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=06877
Woodworking Wonders 4 - Finishing
Up
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAW - Wood Carving/Engraving
Specific woodworking skills include using a router,
portable planer and jointer; making a blind mortise
and tenon joint; making dovetail joints; and experi
-
menting with adhesives and various chemical wood
strippers. (c 2002)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=06878
Woodworking Wonders - Helper’s
Guide
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAW - Wood Carving/Engraving
This guide provides the helper with a variety of
group activities that will help youth broaden their
understanding of the basic woodworking concepts.
A number of ideas for additional woodworking activi
-
ties are included. (c 2002)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=06879
The Kids’ Building Workshop
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCAW - Wood Carving/Engraving
Start with the essentials-the proper way to drive a
nail, or drill a hole, the importance of measuring
(and measuring again!) , and you’ll be ready to tack
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le it all. The kid-tested, parent-approved projects
include a checkerboard, a twin birdhouse, more.
http://storey.com/search.
php?s=The+Kids%27+building+work
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shop&x=0&y=0
Advanced Visual Arts 1 - Sketchbook
Crossroads
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
Youth practice drawing, fiber arts and sculpting to
develop their artistic skills and talents. (80 pages)
http://new.4-hcurriculum.org/product.
aspx?id=1703&c=Visual%20Arts
Advanced Visual Arts 2 - Portfolio
Pathways
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
Youth learn painting, printing, and graphic design
techniques. (80 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-visual-arts/08141.aspx
Experimenting with Oil Paints - Intro
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duction
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
The eight phases of 4-H Oil Painting experiments
are designed to develop skills and techniques in oil
paintings.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 1 - Blue
and Orange
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
An experiment in the use of blue and orange oil
paints. White paint will be used as a lightener and
Burnt Umber as a darkener. Theses paints are the
first ones in the series of ?Experimenting in Oil
Paints.?
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 2 -
Red and Green
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
An experiment in the use of red and green oil
paints.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 3 -
Yellow and Purple
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
Experimenting first with yellow and purple oil paints;
second experiment with the Double Primary system.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 4 -
Secondary and Tertiary Colors
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
Painting in the double primary, secondary, interme
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diate and tertiary colors.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 5 -
Monochromatic Colors
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
Two more interesting experiments. One using brown
hues and values, the other using the browns plus a
blue color. The first monochromatic experiment may
be used with any subject matter. The second exper
-
iment lends itself more toward landscapes.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 6 -
Cool Analogous Colors
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
An experiment using the cool analogous colors.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 7 -
Warm Analogous Colors
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
You will learn about oil painting brushes and how to
mix and paint with warm analogous colors.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints 8 -
Single Primary Colors
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
You will review all Phases of Oil Paints.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Experimenting with Oil Paints
Leader’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCB - Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
4-H Oil Paint Projects for girls and boys ages 12-19
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCC - Graphic Arts, Displays, Exhibits
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
Adventures with Your Camera - B
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCD - Photography, Video
Adventures With Your Camera B (Grades 6-9) A
more detailed overview of basic photography con
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cepts. Covers photography basics, picture composi
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tion, flashes and film, concepts of lighting, focusing
on careers, and digital photography & files.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/
educationalresources/adven
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tures-with-your-camera-b/PHOTO-2.
aspx
Level 1: Focus on Photography
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCD - Photography, Video
Youth will focus on equipment basics, taking sharp
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er pictures, the concept of lighting and flash, photo
composition approaches, sequencing and evaluat
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ing photographs.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
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riculum-photography/PC-1.aspx
Level 2: Controlling the Image
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCD - Photography, Video
Youth will explore depth of field, aperture and shut
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ter speeds, hard and soft lighting, silhouettes and
flash techniques. Youth will also learn to evaluate
composition using the Rule of Thirds, the Golden
Triangel and the Golden Rectangle, use different
viewpoints, and understand positive and negative
space. Additional topics include taking candid pho
-
tos, adjusting shutter speeds, panning techniques
and taking close ups and panoramas.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=PC%202
Level 3: Mastering Photography
PROJECT AREA:
B - Communications and Expressive Arts
BCD - Photography, Video
In this third level book, youth will understand the
use of wide-angle and telephoto lenses, filters and
special film, light meters, shooting photos with
different light sources and the use of natural and
artificial lighting for effect.ÿ Youth will also learn to
shoot reflections, using framing and viewpoints, still-
life, formal and informal portraits, symmetry, pat
-
terns and texture, color composition, pictures with a
purpose and much more.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=PC%203
Ages & Stages of Child & Youth
Development Leader’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
This guide discusses the common physical, cogni
-
tive (thinking), social, and emotional characteristics
for each age group.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Babysitting Beginnings - Members
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Over 50 hands-on activities are included in the
Babysitting Beginnings 4-H member and leader
guides, developed to assist the beginner babysitter,
12-18 years of age. Designed around the experien
-
tial learning model, the materials are divided into six
sessions: responsibilities of the babysitter, business
aspects of babysitting, understanding children, sit
-
ting safely and the development of a babysitter tool
kit and portfolio. Ages and stages of both the chil
-
dren (and the babysitter-found in the leader guide)
are included as well as a babysitter time planner,
information sheet and family rules forms. National
Collection of Juried 4-H Youth Development Curric
-
ula
http://downloads.cas.psu.edu/4h/sitting
-
member.pdf
Babysitting Beginnings - Leaders
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Over 50 hands-on activities are included in the
Babysitting Beginnings 4-H member and leader
guides, developed to assist the beginner babysitter,
12-18 years of age. Designed around the experien
-
tial learning model, the materials are divided into six
sessions: responsibilities of the babysitter, business
aspects of babysitting, understanding children, sit
-
ting safely and the development of a babysitter tool
kit and portfolio. Ages and stages of both the chil
-
dren (and the babysitter-found in the leader guide)
are included as well as a babysitter time planner,
information sheet and family rules forms. National
Collection of Juried 4-H Youth Development Curric
-
ula
http://downloads.cas.psu.edu/4h/sitting
-
leader.pdf
Child Development 1 - Growing On My
Own
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Youth learn how they grow and develop; how to
inspect toddler’s toys and make their home hazard
free. They learn more about their roles in life, how
to handle their emotions and accept differences in
others. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-child-development/08075.aspx
Child Development 2 - Growing with
Others
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Youth learn about self care, rules, responsibility, and
safety and are introduced to babysitting. They work
with others and gain awareness of common dan
-
gers in their world. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08076
Child Development 3 - Growing in
Communities
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Youth explore child development careers, gain
experience as a teacher or coach, participate in a
community service project and learn that children
with different abilities have different needs. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08077
Child Development - Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Features nine enhanced group activities. Youth
are encouraged to work with younger kids in after
school programs, day care centers, day camps as
well as with kids in their own 4-H club. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08078
Child Development 1 - Growing On My
Own (1998)
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Youth learn how they grow and develop; how to
inspect toddler’s toys and make their home hazard
free. They learn more about their roles in life, how
to handle their emotions and accept differences in
others. (c 1998)
This item may be purchased for $1.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Child Development 2 - Growing With
Others (1998)
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Youth learn about self care, rules, responsibility, and
safety and are introduced to babysitting. They work
with others and gain awareness of common dan
-
gers in their world. (c 1998)
This item may be purchased for $1.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Child Development 3 - Growing in
Communities (1998)
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Youth explore child development careers, gain
experience as a teacher or coach, participate in a
community service project and learn that children
with different abilities have different needs. (c 1998)
This item may be purchased for $1.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Child Development Helper’s Guide -
Growing All Together (1998)
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
Features nine enhanced group activities. Youth
are encouraged to work with younger kids in after
school programs, day care centers, day camps as
well as with kids in their own 4-H club. (c 1998)
This item may be purchased for $1.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Enjoying Small Children
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CA - Child Development, Child Care, Babysitting
This child care project is aimed at helping 4-H mem
-
bers gain understanding of small children, learn
how they grow and develop, and play.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Attention Shoppers!
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CB - Clothing and Textiles
Attention Shoppers! a clothing consumer curriculum
for 9 to 11 year olds, helps young people explore
three issues: Where I am Right Now, Getting What
I Need and Caring for What I Have. Where I am
Right Now! helps kids understand the role of spe
-
cialized clothing specific jobs with special attention
to models and movie stars, whose looks get a boost
from camera lenses, make-up artists and borrowed
clothes. Getting What I Need helps kids recognize
clothing fads, practice mixing and matching sep
-
arates, assess garment quality and analyze ads.
Caring for What I have teaches simple clothing “first
aid,” and discusses laundry and clothing storage.
National Collection of Juried 4-H Youth Develop
-
ment Curricula
http://4h.unl.edu/web/4hcurricu
-
lum/4h449
In-Touch Science: Fibers and Animals
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CB - Clothing and Textiles
The 10 activities in this 116-page manual show
children how each of five science concepts relates
to fibers used for textiles and animals. Session 1
illustrates the importance of microstructures, small
physical features that the eye can not see. Children
work wool fibers into felt fabric and in the process
discover that wool fibers have microscopic scales.
They understand how the tiny barbules on feathers
help the bird fly.
http://www.intouch.cornell.edu/public.
html
In-Touch Science: Foods and Fabrics
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CB - Clothing and Textiles
Ten experiential activities demonstrate the common
science concepts between the two fields of study &
help children understand the science in their daily
lives. The program encourages each child to ma
-
nipulate materials, to test ideas, and to explore their
interests. Evaluation is by a pre- and post test of
children and observation by the adult facilitator.
http://www.intouch.cornell.edu/public.
html
Textile Science
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CB - Clothing and Textiles
The Penn State 4-H Textile Science (clothing and
textiles) series consists of 17 project manuals (in
three levels; beginning, intermediate and advanced
and creative and textile arts projects), a leader’s
guide, and supportive materials that include a vid
-
eotape and electronic program related materials.
The project materials are not age graded. National
Collection of Juried 4-H Youth Development Curric
-
ula
http://extension.psu.edu/4-h/members/
projects-resources/consumerscience/
textile-science
Sewing Expressions 1 - Under
Construction
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBA - Sewing Construction
Youth practice the basics of sewing construction
and how to make simple clothing or accessory piec
-
es. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08060
Sewing Expressions 2 - Fashion
Forward
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBA - Sewing Construction
Fashion Forward will help youth develop their fash
-
ion sense and the skills needed to create a unique
style of their own. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08061
Sewing Expressions 3 - Refine Design
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBA - Sewing Construction
Youth will learn more about fashion and their unique
style as well as technology in sewing and careers in
the textile industry. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08062
Sewing Expressions: Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBA - Sewing Construction
This guide is packed with activities to involve the
entire group. Youth will learn more about fashion
and their unique style as well as technology in sew
-
ing and careers in the textile industry. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08063
Sewing your Clothes 2
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBA - Sewing Construction
Learn about fabrics and construction.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBB - Wardrobe Management
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBC - Modeling
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBD - Quilting
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBE - Knitting
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
The 4-H Crocheting Handbook
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBF - Crochet
Children who are
taught to crochet learn so much more than
just “stitches.” They learn problem solving
and math skills. Their reading, motor skills
and eye-hand coordination are enhanced. It
is an opportunity to develop decision making
abilities and learn skills that can give pleasure
throughout a lifetime. They find an outlet for
their creativity which builds self-confidence
and self-esteem.
https://utah4h.org/files/uploads/Re
-
source%20Materials/Consumer%20
and%20Family%20Sciences/crochet
-
ing_booklet_v11.pdf
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CBG - Needlecraft/Knot Tying
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Consumer Savvy 1- The Consumer In
Me
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CC - Consumer Education
Youth will experience what it means to be a con
-
sumer through saving, spending and sharing. (c
2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08030
Consumer Savvy 2 - Consumer Wise
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CC - Consumer Education
Introduces youth to the influence of peer pressure,
the power of advertising and the expanding Web
market as they learn to make independent shopping
decisions. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08031
Consumer Savvy 3 - Consumer
Roadmap
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CC - Consumer Education
Teens will navigate the potholes in the marketplace
en route to becoming savvy consumers. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08032
Consumer Savvy - Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CC - Consumer Education
Provides supplemental materials that help adult vol
-
unteers facilitate learning situations for various ages
of youth. Numerous group activities are included to
help youth develop essential life skills as they pur
-
sue their interest in consumer education. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08033
Rent Event
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CC - Consumer Education
The Rent Event assists young people in learning
about the process, costs, frustrations, and satisfac
-
tions of renting the first place of their own. Students
are guided through the decision-making process
of finding, selecting, furnishing and maintaining an
apartment. They will understand the basic terms of
a lease along with things to watch out for in a lease.
It provides guidelines for selection of an apartment
and a checklist for comparing different units. The
costs of renting -- including utilities, security depos
-
its, and renter’s insurance -- are explained. Sugges
-
tions are provided for inexpensive ways to furnish
an apartment. Basic information on care and main
-
tenance of the apartment are also included. Lastly,
pointers are given for roommate selection.
http://extension.psu.edu/4-h/members/
projects-resources/consumerscience/
rent-event
Home Environment 2-Design For
Study
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CD - Home Environment
Learn to create or improve a study area and make
something for your study area.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Kitten Owner’s Manual
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CD - Home Environment
Dozens of practical tips to help you raise an indoor
cat without losing your sanity, presented in a fun
question-and-answer style. Includes advice from the
nation’s leading veterinarians, animal behaviorists,
and shelter directors, along with success stories
from real-life cat owners.
http://www.storey.com/search.
php?s=Kitten+owner%27s+Manual&x
-
=0&y=0
No Reccomendation
PROJECT AREA:
C - Consumer and Family Sciences
CE - Parenting and Family Life Education
In-Touch Science: Chemistry &
Environment
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DA - Environmental Stewardship
The 10 activities in this 116-page manual show
children how each of five science concepts relates
to chemicals and our environment. Session 1 intro
-
duces the concept of dispersion. Children disperse
fat droplets in milk to create swirling colors. They
then consider whether dispersion is desirable when
cleaning up an oil spill.
http://www.intouch.cornell.edu/public.
html
Mud, Muck and Other Wonderful
Things
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DA - Environmental Stewardship
Mud, Muck and Other Wonderful Things focuses on
helping youth understand basic ecological concepts.
This environmental curriculum contains a series of
hands-on activities and processing questions that
get students thinking about the environmental stew
-
ardship. National Collection of Juried 4-H Youth
Development Curricula
https://extension.usu.edu/aitc/cart/de
-
tails.cfm?ProdID=128&category=0
Exploring Your Environment 1 -
Eco-Wonders
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DA - Environmental Stewardship
Youth use the scientific method to investigate what
plants need, how the four elements of life interact,
describe the food chain, measure the weather,
make a compost file, how to clean an oil spill plus
several bird & animal related activities. (c 2002)
This item may be purchased for $3.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Exploring Your Environment 2 -
Eco-Adventures
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DA - Environmental Stewardship
Youth discover how things in nature interrelate,
what happens to garbage after it is thrown away,
how farmers control pests, what resources for wild
-
life are found in their neighborhood and much more.
(c 2002)
This item may be purchased for $3.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Exploring Your Environment 3 -
Eco-Actions
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DA - Environmental Stewardship
Youth will readily accept the challenge of activities
that relate to biochemistry, the biome, urban sprawl
and wildlife and biodiversity. Each section focuses
on an ecological concept and provides activities that
help youth explain how the environment works. (c
2002)
This item may be purchased for $3.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.ÿ
Exploring Your Environment- Helper’s
Guide
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DA - Environmental Stewardship
Group activities include planning a year’s program,
participating in an environmental skillathon and quiz
bowl, plan a tour, describing personal ethics, identi
-
fying environmental hazards, playing Environmental
Bingo and Environmental Pyramid. (c 2002)
This item may be purchased for $3.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DB - Earth, Water and Air
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBA - Geology and Minerals
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Weather Together
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBB - Weather and Climate
Engages 4th-6th graaders in the exploration of
weather through a variety of classroom based and
self guided activities. This five week, five lesson unit
ios designed to be taught in 60-minute intervals,
with the potential to expand to 120 minutes when
“Digging Deeper” and “Going Beyond” activities are
conducted. Students discover the influence of
sunlight, gravity and moisture on the atmosphere,
and the interaction of these influences which create
weather. Students also learn to predict the level and
intensity of these interactions within a geographical
area. National Collection of Juried 4-H Youth De
-
velopment Curricula
http://www.ohio4h.org/sites/drupal-
ohio4h.web/files/WeatherTogetherfly
-
er%281%29.pdf
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBD - Soils and Soil Conservation
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Give Water a Hand
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBD - Water
A national youth water education program that
engages young people in community-based, natural
resource service projects. The Give Water A Hand
materials are guides for planning community in
-
volvement and action. Give Water A Hand seeks to
provide young people with the investigative, plan
-
ning and implementation skills needed for effective
action. By gaining these skills, young people are
able to be new environmental stewards in the face
of new and ever-changing environmental concerns.
The Give Water A Hand guides show youth and
their leaders how to access local resources experts
for ideas, information and resources. National Col
-
lection of Juried 4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://www.uwex.edu/erc/gwah/
Utah Stream Team
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBD - Water
The Utah Stream Team is a volunteer monitoring
program focusing on stream ecosystems. It is ideal
for students or watershed groups, with it’s empha
-
sis on hands-on learning and activities. The Utah
Stream Team is great for teachers, program direc
-
tors, local watershed groups, and anyone interested
in learning about Utah’s water resources.
http://extension.usu.edu/waterquality/
htm/citizen_monitoring/ust
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBDA - Adopt-a-Waterbody
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBDB - Aquatic Entomology
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DBDC - Water Conservation
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DC - Energy (General, Home, Farm, Transpora
-
tion)
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DD - Forests, Rangeland and Wildlife
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Forestry 1 - Follow the Path
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DDA - Forestry
Youth explore different types of trees and tree parts,
characteristics of different forests, what forests need
to grow and thrive and the different products people
get from trees and forests. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-forestry/08038.aspx
Forestry 2 - Reach for the Canopy
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DDA - Forestry
Youth take a closer look at the inner-workings of
trees, explore forest change, learn about forest
health concerns and discover the health benefits
trees have on people. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08039
Forestry 3 - Explore the Deep Woods
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DDA - Forestry
Youth examine and distinguish different types of
trees, look at forests on a global scale, learn to care
for trees and think about how to conserve forests. (c
2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08040
Forestry - Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DDA - Forestry
The Helper’s Guide provides useful forest infor
-
mation, group youth activities and practical tips for
volunteers. Using this curriculum, youth develop a
life-long appreciation for forests and have loads of
fun in the process. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08041
Leafing Out
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DDA - Forestry
This hands-on School Enrichment piece teaches
young people: how trees work for people; to care for
the community forest in their own areas; about trees
native to the Great Plains; and the importance of di
-
versity in the community forest. National Collection
of Juried 4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://4h.unl.edu/web/4hcurriculum/4H
-
431leafingoutmm
What’s a Tree to Me?
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DDA - Forestry
Teaches you about different trees and what they are
used for.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Utah 4-H Wildlife Habitat Evaluation
Program Manual
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DDC - Wildlife and Fisheries
Teaches youth about the fundamentals of wildlife
management.
This item may be purchased for $0.50
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Outdoor Adventure 1 - Hiking Trails
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DEA - Outdoor Adventure/Challenge
Hiking Trails includes shelter selection; Leave No
Trace camping skills; outdoor cooking and environ
-
mental awareness and appreciation. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-outdoor-adventures/08043.aspx
Outdoor Adventure 2 - Camping
Adventures
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DEA - Outdoor Adventure/Challenge
Camping Adventures focuses on hiking for a day. It
will include clothing needs; what to pack in a day
-
pack; reading topographic maps and orienteering
skills. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08044
Outdoor Adventure 3 - Backpacking
Expeditions
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DEA - Outdoor Adventure/Challenge
Backpacking Expeditions focuses on being out on
the trail for an extended period of time. It will include
clothing needs; setting up tents; using backcountry
stoves; basic nutritional needs; menu planning for
multi-day hikes’ personal hygiene and basic first aid.
(c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08045
Outdoor Adventure - Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DEA - Outdoor Adventure/Challenge
Enables helpers to facilitate the teaching of the
curriculum. Utilizing the experiential learning model,
the guide targets technical, organizational, problem
solving, safety and communication skills. Activities
include risk management, trip planning, heal. (c
2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08046
Shooting Sports Guide
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DEB - Shooting Sports
This program strives to enable young people, their
parents and adult volunteers to become responsi
-
ble, self-directed and productive members of soci
-
ety. This program transfers knowledge, skills and at
-
titudes to develop human capital, using the subject
matter and resources of the land-grant universities.
This item may be purchased for $10.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DF - Waste Management
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DFA - Composting
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
4-H Recycling Adventures
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DFB - Recycling
4-H Recycling Adventures is an educational waste
management project kit designed to help youth
understand the environmental and economic is
-
sues associated with waste. The foundation for this
project is a puppet show where the problems and
solutions to waste management are viewed through
the eyes of a little boy named Billy, a friendly peli
-
can, R.E. Cycler and a family of recycling-conscious
animals. National Collection of Juried 4-H Youth
Development Curricula
http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdf
-
files/4h/4H20200.pdf
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
D - Environmental Education and Earth Science
DFC - Household Hazardous Waste
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EA - Chemical Health
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Talk with Teens about Self and Stress
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EB - Mental and Emotional Health
All young people need a safe place to “just talk”?to
share their feelings and concerns with supportive
peers and an attentive adult. These guided dis
-
cussions help students gain self-awareness and
self-esteem, make better choices, solve problems,
cope with stress, and discover that they have much
in common. For use with all teenagers including
those at risk, underachievers, and gifted students.
Includes 20 reproducible handouts. National Col
-
lection of Juried 4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://www.amazon.com/Talk-Teens-
about-Self-Stress/dp/0915793555
Food Curriculum A- Six Easy Bites
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EC - Food and Nutrition
This activity guide is divided into six major cate
-
gories or “bites.” Each bite is designed to give a
general background of information followed by four
different activities. Grades 3-5
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-foods/07144.aspx
Utah 4-H Fun with Foods Level 1
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EC - Food and Nutrition
(Ages 9-11)ÿ Welcome to an exciting year in 4-H
Foods! You are starting on a new adventure! Your
projects in foods can be exciting and rewarding as
you learn about different types of foods and how to
prepare them for your club and your family.
http://utah4h.org/files/publications/publi
-
cation/FwF.pdf
Growing Connections
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EC - Food and Nutrition
The primary theme emphasized throughout 4-H
Growing Connections is making healthy food choic
-
es. The curriculum is divided into five sections:
Gardening, Food Safety, Nutrition, Food Security,
and Food Preservation. Each section includes ob
-
jectives, background information for the instructor,
planned observations for evaluation, one to three
lesson plans to choose from, and a list of supplies
needed. Specifically designed with the ??outdoor
classroom?? in mind, lesson plans include fun,
hands-on activities where students learn by doing.
National Collection of Juried 4-H Youth Develop
-
ment Curricula
http://www.uvm.edu/extension/
youth/?Page=growingcurriculum.html
In the Bag! Families Sharing Science
Together
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EC - Food and Nutrition
This Leader’s Guide and Activity Sheets combo
teaches kids and adults about food and nutrition
through science and reading. The 20 reproducible
handouts and activity guidelines cover basic tastes,
smell and taste together, and sound and smell
together. Each section suggests books for the adult
and child to read together and then do the related
experiment. Helps build skills related to science
processes, techniques and concepts, including ob
-
servation, classification, estimation, prediction, and
communication. National Collection of Juried 4-H
Youth Development Curricula
http://dspace.library.cornell.edu/bit
-
stream/1813/3741/3/In%20the%20
Bag%20-%20Leaders%20Guide.pdf
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECA - EFNEP
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECAF - FSNEP
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECB - Foods Safety
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECC - Foods Preservation
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Fun with Foods Level 1
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECD - Foods Preparation
(Ages 9-11)ÿ Welcome to an exciting year in 4-H
Foods! You are starting on a new adventure! Your
projects in foods can be exciting and rewarding as
you learn about different types of foods and how to
prepare them for your club and your family.
http://utah4h.org/files/publications/publi
-
cation/FwF.pdf
Microwave 1 - Bag of Tricks & Treats
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECD - Foods Preparation
Activities focus on discovering how the microwave
works, learning to use the microwave safely and
preparing foods such as scrambled eggs, apples,
popcorn treats, fudge, breakfast bites, chili dip and
desserts. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-microwave/08087.aspx
Microwave 2 - Micro Magicians
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECD - Foods Preparation
Activities focus on understanding watts and prepar
-
ing foods such as potatoes, vegetables, pudding,
bar cookies, beans, upside down cake, brownies,
cheesy macaroni, sloppy joes, and chicken nug
-
gets. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08088
Microwave 3 - Amazing Rays
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECD - Foods Preparation
Activities are more advanced and include on mi
-
crowave techniques like shielding, defrosting and
browning. Youth learn to prepare such foods as cas
-
seroles, lasagna, chicken, pork chops, fruit crisp,
coffee cake and candy. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08089
Microwave 4 - Presto Meals
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECD - Foods Preparation
This level emphasizes techniques such as adapting
recipes for the microwave, blanching fruits and veg
-
etables and stacking whole meals. Youth will learn
to prepare jellies, double layer and bunt cakes, pies,
stew, casseroles, and quiche. Youth will also learn
to make gifts such as play dough, bird feeders and
bake dough ornaments. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08090
Microwave - Group Activity Helper?s
Guide
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECD - Foods Preparation
This guide provides group activities and answers to
the questions posed in the youth guides. So just say
the magic words “Open Sesame” and enter into the
Microwave Magic World. (28 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08091
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECDB - Breads
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECDO - Outdoor Cooking
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Utah 4-H Cake Decorating
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ECF - Cake Decorating
Teaches you how to bake and frost many different
kinds of cakes.
http://utah4h.org/files/uploads/Re
-
source%20Materials/Healthy%20Life
-
style%20Education/Cake%20Decorat
-
ing%20Manual%2008.pdf
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
ED - Physical Health
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Sports and Nutrition
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EDA - Fitness and Sports
Written and designed for today’s young athlete,
these easy-to-use nutrition guides work well in
classrooms and after-school programs.
http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/hsnut/in
-
dex.html
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EDB - Growth, Development and Disease
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Health Rocks (English)
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EDBA - Health Rocks!
Designed to engage youth & adults as partners in
developing and implementing community strategies
to reduce tobacco, alcohol, & illegal drug usage
among youth. Includes curriculum, binder, satchel,
t-shirt, stress ball, & pen.
http://www.4-hmall.org/Category/4-hcur
-
riculum-health-rocks.aspx
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EDC - First Aid/CPR, Home Nursing
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EDD - Sexual Health
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Teaching Agricultural Safety to Kids
(TASK)
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EE - Safety
TASK uses a peer education approach for a variety
of safety education lessons. The 19-unit curriculum
includes two Leader’s Guides, five Train-the-Trainer
manuals, and 12 individual topic areas. Each unit
contains a complete lesson plan, visual aids, group
activities, student quizzes, take-home family activi
-
ties, and evaluation guidelines.1995
http://web.extension.illinois.edu/agsafe
-
ty/factsheets/su.cfm
ATV Safety Curriuculm & Materials
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EEA - ATV Safety
The 4-H Community ATV Safety Program provides
all the material needed to help youth and adults
learn how to ride safetly. These materials focus on
educating and informing pre-teen, teen and adult
ATV users about safe riding techniques and practic
-
es.
http://www.atv-youth.org/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EEB - Automotive Safety
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Bicycle Adventures 1 - Bicycling for
Fun
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EEC - Bicycle Safety
Beginning riders learn the essentials for getting
started safely and successfully! This guide contains
creative hands-on activities and connections to
DVD and Web resources. Youth begin exploring the
basics toward lifelong cycling. Activities help youth
learn safety, road rules and planning for a pleasant
ride. (c 2006)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-bicycle/08334.aspx
Bicycle Adventures 2 - Wheels in Mo
-
tion
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EEC - Bicycle Safety
Youth who are riding learn advanced skills as they
explore their surroundings. This guide includes
activities that will last a lifetime. Youth choose a bike
that?s right for them and practice bike maintenance
and road rules to make their ride safe and fun. (c
2006)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08335
Bicycle Adventures Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EEC - Bicycle Safety
The Helper?s Guide is designed to provide engag
-
ing and fun group activities for cycling enthusiasts.
It contains information and activities related to basic
bicycle handling, traffic skills and bicycle events and
activities the whole group will enjoy. (c 2006)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08336
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EED - Communities for Child Safety
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EEE - Emergency Preparedness
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
E - Healthy Lifestyle Education
EEF - Tractor and Machine Safety Cert.
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Character at Work
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FA - Career Exploration & Employability
Character at Work is an ethical decision making
workshop for youth 16 - 18 who are entering the
workplace. Learn principles of character and an
ethnical decision model and process making us
-
ing various methodologies (including case studies,
small group discussion, lectures, group energizing
activities, etc.) Participants use journals to relate
their learning to their lives, especially at work. Na
-
tional Collection of Juried 4-H Youth Development
Curricula
http://www.ext.colostate.edu/emptrans/
program02.html
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FB - Critical Thinking Skills
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
BizWorld
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FC - Economics, Business & Marketing
BizWorld is a free program in which students dis
-
cover what it takes to succesfully start and run a
company in their friendship bracelet industry. Stu
-
dents apply for jobs, form companies, and secure
financing. Then they design, manufacture, market,
and sell their products. The simulation takes a total
8 hours to commplete, typically divided into four
2-hour sessions. National Collection of Juried 4-H
Youth Development Curricula
http://www.bizworld.org/
Financial Champions 1 - Money
Fun-damentals
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FC - Economics, Business & Marketing
The activities in this action-packed guide invite
youth to develop a money personality profile and
style, explain needs and wants, deal with money
decisions, set financial goals and develop a money
plan. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-financial/07710.aspx
Financial Champions 2 - Money Moves
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FC - Economics, Business & Marketing
Youth learn how to predict outcomes and analyze
their finances. Youth will calculate interest, deter
-
mine the cost of credit, manage a checking account,
select financial services, make marketplace deci
-
sions & the 11 ways of handling money. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=07711
Financial Champions - Helpers Guide
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FC - Economics, Business & Marketing
Helpers will enjoy involving youth in the right ful
-
ly-developed group activities that expand the con
-
cepts in the youth guides. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=07712
Entrepreneurship - Be the E
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FCA - Entrepreneurship
Youth learn business types, products & pricing, mar
-
keting, partnerships, agreements & contracts. Youth
go through the process of creating a business plan
and starting a business. They do market surveys,
budget forecasts, exit strategies, ethics & more. (c
2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-entrepreneurship/08035.aspx
Entrepreneurship - Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FCA - Entrepreneurship
Includes extensive background on life skills, teach
-
ing using the Experiential Learning Model, back
-
ground on entrepreneurship and answers to ques
-
tions in the youth manual. (c 2004)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=08036
Exploring 4-H - Exploring the
Treasures of 4-H
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FD - Cloverbuds/Intro 4-H Projects (5-8 yrs)
This youth activity guide provides a “treasure hunt”
for youth to explore the joys of 4-H by discovering
their interests, potential 4-H projects and finding
4-H where they live with the guidance of parents or
other adult helpers. (40 pages)
http://www.4-h.org/resource-library/
curriculum/4-h-exploring-the-trea
-
sures-of-4-h/
Exploring 4-H - Treasures of 4-H
Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FD - Cloverbuds/Intro 4-H Projects (5-8 yrs)
This activity-packed group guide is designed for
teachers, volunteer leaders and other educators.
The activities help groups of youth explore the
many treasures of 4-H. Activities are organized into
eight categories linked to national education stan
-
dards with suggestions provided for continued study
in related 4-H projects. (128 pages)
http://www.4-h.org/resource-library/
curriculum/4-h-exploring-the-trea
-
sures-of-4-h/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FE - Hobbies and Collections
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Leadership Development Through
Community Action
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FF - Leadership Skills Development
Focuses on social and emotional competence,
which are now being integrated systematically into
middle-school programs throughout the country.
The curriculum is designed to promote the capaci
-
ties for learning, responsibility, and cooperation for
children aged 12 to 14. These skills and capacities
are needed not only in the workplace but also for
community service. National Collection of Juried
4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://www.extension.uiuc.edu/leader
-
ship/
Leadership Skills you Never Outgrow
Set
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FF - Leadership Skills Development
Includes 1) Individual Skills for Younger Members,
2) Individual Skills for Older Members, 3) Skills
Working Within Groups, 4) Skills Leading Groups,
and 5) Leader’s Guide.
This item may be purchased for $12.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Step Up to Leadership - My Workbook
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FF - Leadership Skills Development
All activities offer a cross-cultural perspective.
Young children and teens can lead in many ways
- at home, in clubs, youth groups, school and the
community. The fun continues with an interactive
web site to enhance and support learning. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-leadership/07905.aspx
Step Up to Leadership - My Journal
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FF - Leadership Skills Development
All activities offer a cross-cultural perspective.
Young children and teens can lead in many ways
- at home, in clubs, youth groups, school and the
community. The fun continues with an interactive
web site to enhance and support learning. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=07906
Step Up to Leadership - My Portfolio
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FF - Leadership Skills Development
All activities offer a cross-cultural perspective.
Young children and teens can lead in many ways
- at home, in clubs, youth groups, school and the
community. The fun continues with an interactive
web site to enhance and support learning. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=07907
Step Up to Leadership - Mentor
Guide 1
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FF - Leadership Skills Development
Mentor guides include background information,
interactive activities and real life experiences in re
-
lationship building, communication, group process,
planning and organizing. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=07903
Step Up to Leadership - Mentor
Guide 2
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FF - Leadership Skills Development
Mentor guides include background information,
interactive activities and real life experiences in re
-
lationship building, communication, group process,
planning and organizing. (c 2003)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
-
Details.aspx?ProductId=07904
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FFA - Youth and Adult Partnerships
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FG - Leisure Education (general)
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
Growing Good Kids
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FH - Personal Development (general)
Contains fun and meaningful enrichment activities
to build skills in problem solving, decision making,
cooperative learning, divergent thinking, and com
-
munication while promoting self-awareness, toler
-
ance, character development, and service. Many
of the activities include extensions and variations
for use at school, at home, and in the community.
Includes thirty three reproducible handouts and
transparency masters. National Collection of Juried
4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://www.freespirit.com/catalog/item_
detail.cfm?ITEM_ID=205
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FHA - Youth & Families with Promise
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FI - Reading Literacy
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
No Recommendations
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FJ - Social Recreation Skills
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
-
sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
-
brary/curriculum/
4-H Focus on Character
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FK - Values Clarification
It is a set of eight camera ready meeting plans for
use with 4-H Clubs. These meeting plans include an
Introduction to Character, the Six Pillars of Charac
-
ter (Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fair
-
ness, Caring, and Citizenship) and decision making.
The goals of the curriculum are for 4-H members
to list, explain, and make decisions based on the
Six Pillars of Character. The meeting plans include
background information, hands-on activities, roll
calls, recreation, community service, family take-
home pieces, posters, and more. National Collec
-
tion of Juried 4-H Youth Development Curricula
http://web.extension.illinois.edu/state4h/
afterschool/focusoncharacter.cfm
Talking with TJ Program Kit -
Teamwork Series (Refill)
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FK - Values Clarification
This packet contains refill materials and additional
resources used for the Talking with TJ Teamwork
Series.
This item may be purchased for $0.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Talking with TJ Workshop Video -
Teamwork Series (1993)
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FK - Values Clarification
This tape contains a variety of video segments to
support your training program for the Talking with
TJ Teamwork Series. How and when to use each
segment is described in the Trainer Guide.
This item may be purchased for $1.00
through the Utah State 4-H Office by
calling Extension Publications at 435-
797-2251.
Boomerang! Character Education
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FL - Character Education
Boomerang! is a 17-week session character edu
-
cation. Through the program, character traits are
emphasized in order to maintain positive, safe and
orderly learning environments and to prepare youth
to become positive, productive members of soci
-
ety. They are pulled together into an activity based,
thought-provoking series for 4th - 8th grades youth.
National Collection of Juried 4-H Youth Develop
-
ment Curricula
http://www.extension.iastate.edu/4H/
Boomerang/program.htm
Good Ideas to Help Young People De
-
velop Good Character
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FL - Character Education
As character education spreads, teaching ideas are
multiplying. This book collects a wealth of them.
Previously available in two separate books (of the
same name), this combined volume offers 250
enjoyable activity ideas organized by age group
(from four-year-olds to teenagers) and by the ethical
value being taught. The editors at the CHARAC
-
TER COUNTS! national office developed the lesson
plans from a variety of sources, including submis
-
sions from creative teachers and youth-service
professionals from across the country.
http://www.charactercounts.org/
What Do You Stand For?
PROJECT AREA:
F - Personal Development and Leadership
FL - Character Education
Adults everywhere are asking, “How can we raise
good kids in a time of declining moral values?”
Many states are making character education part of
their school curriculum.We believe that children and
teens?with support from parents and educators?
-
can teach themselves positive character traits. This
book invites kids to explore and practice honesty,
kindness, empathy, integrity, tolerance, patience,
respect, and more. Inspiring quotations and back
-
ground information set the stage. Dilemmas chal
-
lenge readers to think about, discuss, and debate
positive traits; activities inspire them to explore what
they stand for at school, at home, and in their com
-
munity.
http://www.freespirit.com/catalog/item_
detail.cfm?ITEM_ID=314
Afterschool Ag - Acres of
Adventures 1
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GA - Ag in the Classroom
Adults and older youth will enjoy using these lesson
plans to quickly engage youth in learn-by-doing ag
-
riculture activities within the following thematic units:
Plant Detectives, Mystery Agriculture, All about
Agriculture, Fast Food Agriculture. (c 2006)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-agriculture/08330.aspx
Afterschool Ag - Acres of
Adventures 2
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GA - Ag in the Classroom
This group activity guide for the after school teacher
provides ready to use lesson plans that will quick
-
ly involve youth in experiential activities related to
the following thematic units: Insect Invasion, Farm
Physics, Agriculture Gone Wild, Frontier Living (c
2006)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
-
riculum-agriculture/08331.aspx
Keeping Livestock Healthy
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GB - Animals
Learn how to prevent disease in each of the five
animals covered - horses, cattle, pigs, goats, and
sheep - through good nutrition, proper housing, and
appropriate care.
http://www.storey.com/book_detail.
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Livestock Judging Guide
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GB - Animals
This manual is a must if you are interested in live
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stock. Livestock judging is used every day to eval
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uate breeding and market livestock and to make
decisions regarding selecting, culling, buying, and
selling livestock. This is also an excellent resource
for those in participating on or coaching a livestock
judging team.
http://4h.unl.edu/web/4hcurriculum/
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No Recommendation
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBA - Aquaculture
See the 4-H Curriculum Catalog for re
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sources. http://www.4-h.org/resource-li
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brary/curriculum/
Beef 1 - Bite into Beef
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBB - Beef
Youth engage in activities to identify breeds, locate
parts, judge, halter break a calf, fit a steer, show a
calf, recognize a healthy animal, select feed ingre
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dients and shop for beef and beef by-products. (40
pages) (c 2005)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=08143
Beef 2 - Here’s the Beef
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBB - Beef
The activity guide challenges youth with activities
related to leg structure, presenting oral reasons in
judging, feed ingredients, behavior, nose printing,
parasites, fitting, ethical issues, beef carcass com
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position and retail meat cuts. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=08144
Beef 3 - Leading the Charge
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBB - Beef
Selection and judging, feeds, careers, health, repro
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duction, and meats and marketing encourage youth
to deepen their learning. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=08145
Beef Group Helper’s Guide
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBB - Beef
Helpers find a variety of group learning activities,
including skillathons, quiz bowls, games, presen
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tations, Beef Bingo and several management skill
activities. (40 pages)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/Product
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Details.aspx?ProductId=08146
Beef 3: Leading the Charge (2001)
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBB - Beef
Several activities in the areas of selection and judg
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ing, feeds, feeding and careers, health and repro
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duction and meats and marketing in Beef 3 encour
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age more in depth learning. (c 2001)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur
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riculum-beef/08145.aspx
Calf Pattern
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBB - Beef
The realistic calf made from the Calf Pattern makes
a perfect training aid for meetings and presenta
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tions. (c 1999)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Catalog/
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calf+pattern
Poultry 1 - Scratching the Surface
PROJECT AREA:
G - Plants and Animals
GBC - Poultry and Birds
Activities include parts identification, species and
breeds, selection, exploring an egg, feather fea
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tures, cooking eggs, feeding, handling, washing and
showing. (c 2001)
http://www.4-hmall.org/Product/4-hcur