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Activities While Home


4-H Families,

Here is a challenge for your children to take advantage of while they are at home. I have attached some worksheets, thanks to our 4-H friends in Tennessee. Print them off, have the children do them, and email them to us and we do a challenge of how many projects can you do in the next 2 weeks. Download the forms below, and then fill out a general project sheet for credit. 

Prizes will be awarded….ready set go!

The Charles County 4-H Team would like to recognize the following 4-Hers (in the order recieved) for accepting the challenge above

Jayden Hill (Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8)
Sophia Wehrs (Weeks 1, 2, 3 & 4)
Sara Robertson (Weeks 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12)
Eli Hancock (Week 2)
Erin Hancock (Week 2)
Ethan Hancock (Week 2)
Kaiden Sams (Week 2 & 4)
Olyvia Krauss (Week 2)




Join us in a county-wide competition. Show your skills! We are hosting our very own COLLECTION CHALLENGE, AND NATURE ART CHALLENGE. View the flyer for the Collection Challenge HERE, and the flyer for the Nature Art Challenge HERE. Let us know if you have any questions!


Calling All Clovers...

Join us for virtual clover days! Have a bunch of fun with other clovers from around the county.


For our 4-Hers geared towards Robotics...  

Please view our State recordings to learn more, or freshen up on what you know about the annual Robotics Challenge 2020! Find them here:

Email Darby, if you have any questions! 


The Maryland 4-H Program has created a reading challenge called “Clover Corner” which is creating connections through literature by featuring stories read by 4-H professionals, 4-Hers, and other extension professionals. Some of these stories also include the whole family from children as readers to videographers. We are excited to offer this, and encourage your family to get involved.
Visit the 4-H Clover Corner YouTube Channel to see examples by visiting 
4-H Clover Corner Reading Challenge Guide 
4-H Clover Corner Submission Form


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