NMSU: ACES, 4-H Youth Development

4 programming

4 programming

Ideas and Action!

The 4-H youth development program is a dynamic non-formal education program.

4-H provides youth with opportunities to learn skills, gain knowledge, have fun, and make contributions in such areas as environmental education, community service, and current youth issues.

To find out more about 4-H opportunities in your area, contact your local County Extension Office or our faculty and staff.

If you have any problems viewing information or obtaining forms from this website, please contact the State 4-H Office at (575) 646-3026.

4-H National Youth Science Day

4-H National Youth Science Day (NYSD) is the premiere national rallying event for year-round 4-H Science programming, bringing together youth, volunteers and educators from the nation’s land-grant colleges and universities and the Cooperative Extension System to simultaneously complete the National Science Experiment. This annual event seeks to spark an early youth interest in science and future science careers. National Youth Science Day presents a great opportunity to engage youth in hands on science, engineering and technology activities while developing critical thinking skills.

4-H NYSD 2017 – Incredible Wearables

Developed by the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, the Incredible Wearables kit is a fun way for kids to build wearable fitness trackers.

The kit is perfect for classrooms, clubs and at-home use. The 70 to 90-minute hands-on project is suitable for 4th to 12th graders.

Each low-cost kit can serve up to 10 kids at a time and is reusable.

Through a generous partnership with DuPont, the 4-H Mall is offering one free kit for every two purchased! This deal is available while supplies of free kits last, or until June 1, whichever comes first. Free kits are limited to five per customer. Buy a Kit

Links below for kits, materials and registering your event.

Conferences & Events

Quicklinks

Facebook

YouTube

Agricultural Extension Education Center

We seek to improve the lives of New Mexicans, the nation, and the world through research, teaching, and extension.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *