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Virtual & At-Home Learning with Denver 4-H:

Bored at home? Looking for virtual learning for yourself or family? Denver 4-H has you covered! We have been busy creating opportunities for at-home, hands-on virtual learning.

Explore our various resources, videos, kits, and activities for youth and families! Enjoy!

Learning Videos:

Tune in weekly for a hands-on, quick, and fun virtually-guided activity. In each session our instructors use everyday household items to create a fun and easy science, technology, engineering, art or mathematics activity. Youth and families will learn to create, and have fun together while also learning about science! Videos are in both English and Spanish!

For a complete list and access to all our videos- click here.

Shaving Cream Rain Clouds in English

“STEAM in a Bag” Kits:

Our STEAM kits are an “activity in a bag” and contain all the elements and materials to complete a fun, hands-on, and educational activity. To increase accessibility and engagement with families, we provide written and visual instructions in both English and Spanish.  STEAM activities include pan flutes, beaded dragon flies, bubble snakes, and spoon catapults- each including instructions, pictures and the science behind the activity.

Interested in a 4-H “STEAM in a bag” kit for you or your family? Contact a Denver 4-H Agent today to request a quote and receive a kit!

Social Media Resources Series:

Looking for a fun activity for yourself or family? Want to learn something new? Interested in taking a virtual field trip? Follow us on social media for our youth and family resource series. Our posts aim to connect kids and families with various kid-centric resources and activities. Several times a week we post websites where kids and families can play educational games, do yoga, learn about a new topic, do an at-home activity, or tour a zoo, museum, or aquarium.

Example of our resource series, plus so much more!

  • Movement Monday: yoga, music, and dancing for kids and the family.
  • Tech Tuesdays: robotics, NASA kid resources, and STEM activities, games, and videos.
  • Wired Wednesday: coding and computer science games.
  • Touring Thursday: Virtual tours of art, history and science museums from around the world.
  • Fuzzy Fridays: webcams and tours of national aquariums and zoos.

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