4-H Clover Kids Program

The 4-H Clover Kids Program is for youth between the ages of five and seven years old on January 1 of the current calendar year. This program is designed to be hands-on and noncompetitive.

Children 5 to 7 years of age develop and learn in ways different from older youth ages 8 to 18 years of age. Knowing these differences, projects and activities are designed to provide a foundation for Clover Kids to develop. Early Childhood Extension Educator Lisa Poppe has developed and designed easy-to-use, quick-reference worksheets for volunteers to use when working with the 4-H Clover Kids Program. The worksheets are based on information gathered from the various 4-H Clover Kids Curriculum that are available at your local Extension Office and can be found in the Nebraska 4-H Resources.

4-H Clover Kids Meeting Ideas

Aerospace Pre-Flight

Bicycle Adventures

Create Your Corner

Exploring Farm Animals

Just Outside the Door

Rabbit Resource

The Road to Good Cooking

Theatre Arts Adventures

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln 4-H Clover Kids website has more activities to help your child learn life-long skills.

Other Resources

Ohio State University Cloverbud Connections website has newsletters developed in response to requests from 4-H volunteers for more information and support in working with Clover Kid members. It is published monthly and provides a unique blend of education, activities, and fun to build and challenge Clover Kid Volunteers as they lead kindergarten through second grade youth.

Dodge County Clover Kid Camp

  • 2023 Camp Date TBA