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Your Oklahoma 4-H Faculty has gathered the following resources for you. We hope this information will help as you navigate the new experience of having your youth at home during the school year. Challenge your youth to explore and pick a few activities; help them gather the materials and then work on the activities together. We wish you all the best.


Resources for Every Project

Oklahoma Youth inspired Facebook page featuring activity videos focusing on Expressive Arts, Health, STEM, Agriculture, and much more. These video activities are intended for youth (and parents) at home.

The following link from UpgradedPoints will take you to an article for even more virtual tours. From all kinds of amusement parks around the world, to the Colosseum in Rome. There are over 100 different virtual tours for you to take. Thank you to the whole team who put this article together and reached out to us about it.

The following link from Washington State 4-H program contains many useful resources for youth and families to explore: Washington State 4-H Resources

Utah 4-H has developed many project guides for use during 4-H meetings and for member exploration: Utah - Discover 4-H Clubs


National 4-H Council

Nebraska 4-H


4-H at Home Sheets




Civic Engagement

Farm Bill/Ag Policy Curriculum: 

From the Farm Gate to You Plate, the Farm Bill affects us all! Our five-lesson online curriculum for youth in 7th to 12th grades is designed to inform youth about key milestones of the farm bill and how it is affects farmers, ranchers and rural families today.


Community Engagement:

  • Research a community topic that interests you, discuss it with a caring adult and write a letter to a decision maker of why you feel your chosen topic is important.
  • Develop a flier for a chosen community topic to help educate the public about a topic.


  • Plan out a service learning project utilizing a planning guide. Make sure to consult a caring adult to help you develop that plan!
  • Learn about an organization in your community (Lions, Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.) and find ways to partner with their projects.

Civic Education:

  • Citizen Advocacy Center - Learn how a bill is written into a law using the “How to Draft a Bill.”
  • Family Tree Template - Learn about your family. Try filling out a family tree and learning about your family heritage.

Personal Development:

  • Thank You Notes - Write thank you notes to those that are important to you.


Healthy Living




Virtual Tours

Let your imagination soar as you explore a multitude of amazing places and learn about a host of life experiences without ever leaving your favorite comfy spot

Virtual Tour resources compiled by University of Connecticut 4-H program.

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