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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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Soft Skills Curriculum

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Virtual Curriculum link

Entrepreneurship month

GRADES 3-8 | November is National Entrepreneurship Month, and Nebraska 4-H is celebrating by providing a tool-kit of free resources to educators nationwide! This tool-kit is geared toward students in grades 3-8.
Our tool-kit includes: *A calendar with fun, easy activities to use as bell-ringers, energizers, and simple ways to engage your students in entrepreneurial thinking. *Lesson plans that are designed to introduce your student to entrepreneurship and build an entrepreneurial mindset by developing their non-cognitive skills (i.e., empathy, persistence, proactivity, analysis, motivation, and risk-taking). These lesson plans align with the National Content Standards for Entrepreneurship. *Virtual field trips to connect your students to real people working as entrepreneurs. *The Spark to Start Activity Book, containing activities, games, puzzles, and more, which helps your students learn about starting a business. *And an Entrepreneurship Goosechase add-on, a fun interactive experience with missions based on the Spark to Start Activity Book. *Free curriculum and resources from our partner, VentureLab that fosters an entrepreneurial mindset in all students grades K-12.
You’re welcome to use these resources with your students or pass them along. Either way, we hope that you will join Nebraska 4-H in celebrating National Entrepreneurship Month! To access the resources tool-kit, visit