Looking for an Alternative to Electronics?
Where do You Start?
During the COVID pandemic, it's hard for youth and parents - especially if youth are remote learners. Many youth fill their "free" time with electronics and social media. If you are looking for another way to fill their time, below are a few ways 4-H can help!
Grundy County has a wide variety of 4-H youth clubs that meet in person and virtually. Clubs are a great way to make new friends and participate in fun activities. GRUNDY CLUBS
Most 4-H youth participate in several different projects they then show at the county fair. Projects range from animal and environmental science, STEM, healthy living and cooking to entrepreneurship.
To spark youth interest, check out our SPARK SHEETS. They give you a general overview of different projects and easy to do at-home activities and even career options.
To learn more about actual 4-H projects in the different areas, visit our 4-H PROJECTS PAGE for the state.
November is typically a month for planning winter and spring programs. With COVID and the new restrictions in the county, we currently do not have programs on the calendar. However, stay tuned for at-home, virtual and hybrid programs coming soon.