Virtual State Programs
Arizona 4-H Fall Virtual Showdown
Calling all Arizona 4-H'ers!!!
Show your speaking and presentation skills and share what you learned while working on your 4-H project at this year's first ever, Arizona 4-H Fall Virtual Showdown! There will be lots of great prizes!
All participants in each age group (Cloverbuds, Junior, Intermediate, & Senior) will receive an Arizona 4-H t-shirt! The grand champion of the three competitive divisions (Junior, Intermediate, & Senior) will be awarded an Arizona 4-H Fall Virtual Showdown 2020 Belt Buckle! A selection of videos submitted by the top contenders from each competitive divisions will participate in a "People's Choice Award" competition for "likes" on the Arizona 4-H Facebook Page! The winner of the People's Choice Award will receive a new iPad!
For more information and to register please visit here.
Virtual Horse Judging and Hippology Contests
The Virtual Horse Judging and Hippology Contests were held on September 19th, 2020.
AZ 4-H Science in Ag Week
Participate in engaging lessons focused on the science skills and knowledge used in agriculture today. Topics include Sustainability, Plant and Livestock Science, Equine Science, and Food Safety. The format will be Zoom webinar, and registrants will be sent links to the presentations. Register before July 17 to hold your spot.
Registration is now closed.
AR Floating Farm
The Floating Farm Camp is a workshop series aimed at democratizing augmented reality "AR" development and utilizing the technology in 4-H learning and project creation. Augmented reality is a technology that places virtual objects and features onto a physical surface using a camera. Students will learn the basics of AR, history, and learn to create a virtual farm using free online softwares Unity, Tinkercad, and Vuforia. Curriculum will be offered in both English and Spanish.
AZ 4-H STEM at Home
Are you looking for innovative ways to keep kids engaged at home? Consider checking out one of these fun at-home activities for a few new ideas! Whether you're looking for engaging crafts or educational experiences be sure to check out some of the great resources on our AZ 4-H STEM at Home page.
AZ 4-H Ag at Home
AZ 4-H AG at Home provides some fun ways to share knowledge and give youth an opportunity to learn about and then try out some of the skills and projects demonstrated in the videos. Many of the videos show skills or Do It Yourself projects related to animals or plants. For example, learn a new way to tie a quick release knot, practice until you are the expert, and then teach your mother, brother, or friends (with proper social distancing, of course!).
Make Every Drop Count
With this GREAT video series you will learn to track down one of the biggest sources of water waste! Leaks! The Make Every Drop Count program introduces students to water conservation, the impact of climate on water availability, and identifies ways that water can be wasted at home. The video series will demonstrate how much water can be wasted from a leaky faucet and uses math to make meaningful conclusions about your data. Join us on this leak detection adventure!
Arizona Water Festival
Hello, teachers and students. This page is full of the resources you’ll need to experience the Arizona Water Festival online. The four different learning areas that you will participate in are: Groundwater, Watersheds, Water Cycle, and Water Conservation Technology. Each area includes videos or online learning activities and Big Ideas where you can check what you learned. Once you have completed all four learning areas, take the Water Festival Quiz and see how smart you are!
Water Scene Investigation
The Water Scene Investigation inspires families to adopt home water conservation practices in order to protect Arizona's precious resource.
Arizona Project WET is offering families the opportunity to stay healthy and save water by investigating the water usage in their homes. Be a water detective and begin your investigation today!
AZ 4-H Pen Pal Program
The Pen Pal Project is a statewide project that creates the opportunity for Arizona 4-H youth to engage with their peers from across the state. Project members will be matched with a 4-H peer based on a variety of criteria to cultivate distanced friendships, mentoring opportunities, or both! Participants are able to communicate via email or postal mail, opening up multiple avenues for getting to know your pen pal through sharing personal letters as well as fun tidbits. Ideas for sparking up your interactions will be provided as well as hints for how to hone your writing skills in a fun way. COVID-19 has created an environment of social distancing. Let’s use this as an opportunity to come together!
Registration is now closed.