At Home 4-H Activities

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Stokes County 4-H has found some awesome activities for youth to participate in at home, on their own, this fall! Please take advantage of these FREE resources!

This resource has over 150 fun, hands-on, educational activities for kids of all ages. Learn how to save and pay for college, bake delicious holiday cookies, cook healthy meals, harness the power of mindfulness, and more! These activities are intended to be quick activities.

This resource provides youth the opportunity to discover 4-H through the many different project categories we have to offer. These projects are broken down to be completed over a couple day span, or even over a few weeks. This allows youth to focus on one project at a time.

Share your activities with us! Email your completed project or activity to taylor_hartman@ncsu.edu. You can also post them on social media and tag Stokes County 4-H or use the hashtag #Stokes4HAtHome. We would love to see what all you created!