University of Maryland Extension

Learning Resources

Learning From Home item from MD 4-H.
It is available at https://extension.umd.edu/4-h/learning-home

University of California-Santa Clara County Virtual Field Trips.
http://cesantaclara.ucanr.edu/Youth_Development/Covid-19_and_4-H_Participation_663/Virtual_Fieldtrips/

Stop Motion Animation for Beginners.
https://tinkerlab.com/easy-stop-motion-animation-kids/

You Matter Articles (Provided by the Nurturing Social Empowerment and Resilience Team)
Maryland 4H Families we care about your wellbeing and are committed to bringing you educational resources to better your overall health. Each week we will provide articles related to self-care, resiliency, empowerment, and mindfulness for you and your family. We hope you enjoy these weekly tips and inspiration. Past articles can be found by visiting  https://extension.umd.edu/4-h/learning-home

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Marketing Your 4-H Projects
4-H Marketing Magic is a 4 part series to challenge 4-H members to think marketing. Watch now on YouTube.

Agricultural Careers and Entrepreneurship (ACE)
https://agnr.umd.edu/about/strategic-initiatives/ace-virtual-center
The ACE Virtual Center is a project of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources strategic initiative group on, "Advancing Innovative, Profitable, and Sustainable Agricultural Production Systems".

This virtual center has been created to provide helpful resources, training, and opportunities for current AGNR students, prospective UMD students, K-12 students, and adult citizens who are interested in pursuing a career in an agricultural field to further advance agricultural systems across Maryland. 

Explore Careers in Agriculture
Topic: Students K-12: Agriculture Careers Exploration through 4-H

Description: Students K-12 may explore Agriculture Careers through involvement in a variety of 4-H activities. This session will explain how 4-H helps Maryland youth become more involved in agriculture and explore agriculture careers through activities such as 4-H club and 4-H project engagement; specialized curriculum like AGsploration, AGsperience, Healthy Animals | Healthy YOUth, and Kids Growing with Grains; skills building events and experiences at the local, state, national, and international levels; and more.

Date: Tuesday, August 4, 2020 at 3:00 PM. Register on Zoom 

 

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