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North Carolina 4-H educational materials are developed by specialists from NC State and NC A&T State Universities to provide experiential learning opportunities for youth ages 5-18.

Here you will find options to suit a wide variety of educational needs, from quick “Grab and Go” lessons, full curricula units that go deeper into standards, to comprehensive programs for helping youth develop healthy lifestyles. All of our curricula are designed with a Learning by Doing approach, and many of the materials include virtual components to support a range of learning environments. With NC 4-H, you can count on current, research-based information aligned with NC and National K-12 standards.

If you are located in North Carolina, you can receive direct educational support from the 4-H agent in your county. If you are not an NC educator or 4-H Volunteer, contact the NC 4-H office at

Click here for materials and resources