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Teacher Resources

4-H School Enrichment is a planned sequence of learning experiences which involves direct teaching by extension staff or trained volunteers as part of the school curriculum. Programs, activities, and events rotate on the 9-week grading period.

Important!

These programs are available to public, private and home-schooled youth.

A completed group enrollment form must be submitted for 4-H school enrichment, group activity, event, or educational program. Download, print, and fax to the 4-H Office at (850) 623-6151

 

Classrooms may participate in one or all of the following ways:

  • Classroom Clubs – These clubs function like community clubs, but meet during school hours. The 4-H agent will provide club orientation and officer training, but teachers are the club advisors. This type of club is excellent for youth that have difficulty finding transportation to and from after-school meetings.
  • 4-H Tropicana Public Speaking Contest – A public speaking program for 4, 5, and 6 grades in which students learn how to select and research a topic, develop an outline, write, and deliver a speech. Classroom winners compete in the school contest. School winners compete in the county contest. First place county winners receive a full scholarship to 4-H summer camp.
  • Living On My Own Financial Simulationreal-life simulation that gives young people the opportunity to experience their futures in a fun and exciting way.
  • Agriculture Literacy Days
  • Know Your Local Government
  • Marine Ecology Field Days
  • 4-H Farm Tours

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4-H Tropicana Speaking Program

Classroom Resources for Educators School enrichment curriculum resources are an important part to the 4-H program in Florida. The best time to teach people to talk and think on their feet is when they are young. This is the objective of the 4-H/Tropicana Public Speaking Program. The Program is sponsored by Tropicana and administered through the …

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