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Lee County 4-H School Enrichment Curriculum

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Within each community across the state of North Carolina, there exists a local Cooperative Extension office that can provide content, youth development support, and resources to educators. Did you know that as a Lee County educator you have access to 4-H hands-on research based curriculum? 4-H curriculum is evidence based, connected to NC essential standards, and developed by land grant universities like NC A&T and NC State. Our Extension office can provide you with this curriculum and in many cases, supplies to go along with it at no cost to you. Some teacher training may be required and we will need evaluations and feedback from you and your students for our impact reporting.

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4-H is flexible and so is our curriculum and training approach. We have self study, pre-recorded videos, train the trainer curriculum opportunities with CE credits available, and we’d love to share them with you! 4-H curriculum uses the Experiential Model for learning, some have STEM elements, and all our curricula builds life skill development into the lessons.

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2021 Spring 3rd Grade Embryology

Science/Technology/Engineering/Math

Health, Nutrition, & Exercise

Agriculture/Horticulture

Vermiculture

Hydroponics

Entomology

Microbiology

Soft Skills Curriculum

Public Speaking

More:

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Virtual Curriculum link