Learn from your living room with Nebraska 4-H! Join us each Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 2pm CT/1pm MT to complete an activity from the comfort of your own home. Living Room Learning is targeted toward youth in grades 3-5 (along with their parents/caretakers!) and will provide a hands-on virtually guided activity where youth will learn more about healthy living, science, technology, and more! Each session, led by Nebraska Extension faculty/staff from across the state, will last approximately 30 minutes in length and will focus on a new activity that can be completed with materials found at home. Youth do not need to be current 4-H members to participate; Living Room Learning is a FREE program brought to you by Nebraska 4-H Youth Development.
School Education ProgramsThese programs are learning experiences offered to students during school hours by local 4-H educators.
Events CanceledMarch 16 - May 9th
All Adams County Extension and 4-H Events Cancelled
4-H 101 Canceled
4-H Council via Zoom
Adams County 4-H Enrollment for 2020 Now OpenEarly Bird Deadline - February 14th
Adams County Deadline - April 15th
State Enrollment Deadline - June 15th
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These programs are learning experiences offered to students during school hours by local 4-H educators. These programs are designed to enhance the subject matter being studied in the classroom, provide hands-on education, introduce a new topic to students, or spark a new interest!
School Education Programs are a great way to connect and collaborate with your local Extension office and achieve your classroom’s educational goals. Our current programs focus on Career Development, STEM, Healthy Lifestyles, Personal Development and Agricultural Literacy and Environment.
We wanted to share that the statewide Co-parenting for Successful Kids program has implemented the following steps to support County offices to protect the health and safety of its employees and our customers.
The Nutrition Education Program (NEP) helps families on a limited budget improve the quality of their diet and become more physically active. NEP participants acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behavior changes necessary to improve their health. NEP is free to all participants who meet income guidelines. For more information please contact us.