For the next several weeks, the 4-H staff is working remotely and 4-H clubs cannot meet. However, at this time we are still working towards having our planned summer 4-H contests and workshops. You can find those on our 4-H Events page. Have fun looking through the 2020 fairbook. Specific fair projects are listed on our Sarpy County and Nebraska State Fairs page.

4-H curriculum is available online through:

New live experiences are being offered across the state for youth of all ages! For a list of upcoming statewide events, please visit the Nebraska 4-H event calendar. Stay tuned as new events are being added daily!

Virtual & At-Home Learning

Are you looking for learning opportunities that you can do from home? We've got you covered! This link: can provide you with a multitude of fun activities and 4-H projects!

  • Nebraska 4-H is now offering a variety of virtual learning experiences, such as Living Room Learning for 3rd to 5th grades, Boredom Buster Challenges for 6th – 9th grades and Virtual Field Trips for 9th – 12th grades.
  • You will also see a collection some of our favorite activity guides that are perfect for hands-on learning at home. The Healthy Living Activity Guide, Inspire Kids to Do Activity Guide, and STEM Lab Activities.
  • In Addition there are Self-paced videos designed to guide youth in completing an activity or working on a project at home.

Building Better Babysitters Virtual Clinic

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We are excited to be hosting a virtual babysitting clinic, via Zoom, with an hour long class each day, covering a variety of topics surrounding babysitting as a whole. Registration is required to participate. Certificates of completion will be available.

  • When: July 13 - 17, 2020
    • Morning Session: 10 am – 11 am
    • Afternoon Session: 1 pm – 2 pm
  • Age: 11 and up
  • Cost: $20.00

4-H Virtual Summer Workshop Series

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Avaliable Workshops:

  • Cooking In The Kitchen - Grab your cooking utensils & join Tayler in the kitchen to whip up some culinary creations!
  • Style From Your Closet - Let's meet in your closet! Taking advice from our 4-H friends, we'll find new ways to style your clothes.
  • Let's Be Vets - In this workshop, youth will get the opportunity to virtually tour a veterinary clinic facility as well as learn about animal health.
  • Bug Out With The Pros - Are you an insect-fanatic? Learn from the pros on how to find, identify and preserve your outside finds.
  • Creating Picture Perfect Art - We'll create a glassdoor paint mosaic together, then learn how to capture the best photograph of our art.
  • First Responder Focus - Learning from first responders is the best way to keep our public safe.
  • All About Robotics - Youth will will learn about robots and how they work in this workshop. They will also learn about careers in robotics.
  • Photography Basics ***New*** - Learners will be introduced to photography basics such as composition, background, and lighting. They will discover methods to increase the quality of their photographs using photography basics and will practice photography basics through a photography judging exercise.
    • When: Wednesday, June 24 @ 10am-12pm
    • Age: 8-18
    • Project Area: Photography
    • Class: Applies to all photography levels and classes.
    • Materials Needed: Any camera or device with a camera will work for practice.
    • Cost: Free
    • Register Here (Deadline is Friday, June 19th):

4-H Classroom Caddy

Your guide for virtual learning and at-home activities for classroom teachers, community youth organizations and other community members.

Fun with 4-H Foods

4-H provides many fun opportunities for youth to learn about food preparation and meal planning for healthy families, or for a future career.

Nebraska 4-H Clover Kids Program – ages 5 - 7

The Clover Kids Program is designed to provide 5 to 7 year-olds a variety of educational and recreational experiences in a non-competitive environment. Clover Kids provide an excellent opportunity for youth to achieve his/her highest potential because early life experiences affect future development.

A Beautiful Day! Ages 1-8

A Beautiful Day is an online early childhood space designed to connect with children and families. A Beautiful Day provides resources to help adults foster learning and play and to support caregivers while practicing social distancing.

Nebraska 4-H Event Calendar

New live experiences are being offered across the state for youth of all ages! For a list of upcoming statewide events, please visit the Nebraska 4-H event calendar. Stay tuned as new events are being added daily! Be sure to check out the featured upcoming opportunities list below, as well.

Spotlight on 4-H Newsletters

Nebraska's "Spotlight on 4-H" Newsletter is written by extension staff for 4-H volunteers during the months of January through July. It is packed with information and resources to educate, inform and motivate 4-H members and families.

NASA 4-H Virtual Science Sessions (5th-8th grades)

The NASA Space Grant 4-H Virtual Science Sessions project offers a unique set of packaged lending resources to support teachers as they explore earth and space science with their youth! These supplemental resources are free of charge and include the following: 5 exciting NASA lesson plans for activities that highlight resources from the NASA Science Mission Directorate and Human Exploration and Operation Mission Directorate that were selected to best align with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Nebraska Science Standards for middle school. The middle school science curriculum in Nebraska has a particularly strong focus on guiding students to understanding space and earth systems. Each lesson features a video of a 4-H Youth Development professional facilitator walking youth through activities highlighted on the lesson plans. Worksheets and demonstration aides along with simple materials for the learning and practice of science concepts for youth are also included.

Biomedical Engineering Camp (4th-8th grades)

Do you enjoy learning STEM and have an interest in learning about real-world medical problems? In this engaging self-guided hands-on program, youth will use the engineering design process to work through Biomedical Engineering challenges.