Swain County 4-H Project Record Selection

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Books can be used to complete Project Records for local and state competition. Project work runs from January-December. Completed records must be turned in to your Agent in January for competition.

Some activities are appropriate for group work. To start a 4-H Club or to use these in your classroom contact Jennifer Hill, 4-H Agent for Swain County (jrhill9@ncsu.edu).

To purchase your project book, place your order with the Swain County Cooperative Extension Office. Call 828-488-3848 for more information.

Animal and Agricultural Science Cats Purr – Fect Pals 1 This guide features breeds, cat senses, shows, tricks, signs of illness and health, cat sounds, emergency situations, feeding, special diets and traveling with a cat. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Dairy Cowabunga! 1 Youth explore dairy cattle breeds, select calves, identify body parts, recognize desirable traits, pack a show box, groom and show a calf and identify stages of calving and care. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Dog Wiggles ‘n Wags 1 Youth Activity Guide and Workbook (Level 1) for the National 4-H Dog Curriculum, written by university experts. Youth explore dog web resources, breed origins, safety, locating a missing dog, socializing a dog, showmanship, tricks, health, feeding and controlling parasites. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Goat, Dairy Getting Your Goat 1 Whether youth own a dairy goat or are just curious about them, these activities provide enjoyable, hands-on experiences to introduce them to goats. Selection, feeding, management, fitting, showing and responsible goat ownership are emphasized. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Goat, Meat Just Browsing 1 Youth plan a program, complete project records, develop a management calendar, complete a meat quality assurance program, participate in a quiz bowl, skillathon and tour, give a presentation and explore goat related careers. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Horse Giddy Up & Go 1 This is a revised (2015) edition of the traditional 4-H Horse curriculum! It contains the same titles as the first set of Horse books, but with new content and improved ease of use. Level 1: Giddy Up and Go is perfect for youth who may or may not have a horse or pony of their own but want to learn about horses. They will learn the basics of horse behavior, breeds, and safety around horses through a variety of activities, including teaching others. $6.95
Animal and Agricultural Science Pets/Small Animals Pet Pals 1 Features 14 activities including pet selection, body part identification, pet art, communications, handling, housing and daily needs $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Poultry Scratching the Surface 1 Activities include parts identification, species and breeds, selection, exploring an egg, feather features, cooking eggs, feeding, handling, washing and showing. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Rabbits What’s Hoppening? 1 Youth will discover how to identify breeds, handle and show rabbits, identify rabbit parts and equipment, recognize a healthy rabbit, read a pedigree and kindle a litter. (40 pages) Grades 3-5. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Sheep Rams, Lambs & You 1 In Sheep 1, youth will learn how to select a project lamb, properly care for the animal, and prepare the animal for show. Youth will also learn about sheep products and byproducts. 36 pages; grades 3-4. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Swine The Incredible Pig 1 Activities include naming breeds, learning swine body parts, judging market hogs, exploring a digestive system, examining a healthy pig, identifying pork cuts, and practicing fitting and showing. Grades 3-5. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Veterinary Science From Airedales to Zebras 1 Introduces youth to the normal animal, basic anatomy and systems, elementary principles of disease and careers with animals. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Fishing Take the Bait 1 Youth have fun tying knots, casting to a target, rigging various lines, selecting tackle, identifying where fish are, using different baits & lures, identifying fish, and identifying internal & external fish parts. $5.75
Animal and Agricultural Science Cavy Resource Handbook A 4-H Guide to Guinea Pigs 1 This resource handbook contains essential information for members taking a guinea pig project. Topics covered include general care, history, anatomy, selection, housing and equipment, records, nutrition, health, reproduction, show preparation, marketing, and care. This handbook is a valuable resource for every cavy enthusiast. Appropriate for all age and skill levels. Curriculum authored by The Ohio State University. $14.95
Animal and Agricultural Science/ Cloverbud Pets for Cloverbuds All About Pets Cloverbud Activity Bundle 1 Introducing new peer-reviewed activity booklets made especially for the Cloverbud age range (ages 5-8)! All About Pets comes with an 8-page activity booklet and an adorable 5.5 inch stuffed dog. All About Pets includes four (4) simple introductory activities for our youngest 4-H members. Youth learn about different types of pets, how to choose a pet, and how to care for a pet. This activity is designed to be completed with the assistance of a caring adult. While this activity is perfect for groups, we recommend that each youth have his or her own activity booklet. $11.95
Business and Citizenship Service Learning Agents of Change 1 Appropriate for Middle School aged audience. Youth become “Special OPPortunities Agents,” as they follow a series of exciting activities that engage them in their community. Youth identify community needs, plan a service project, and execute their ideas. 40 pages. Grades 6-8. $5.75
Business and Citizenship Communications Communications Module 1 1 In today’s world communication is so important — from interpersonal relationships to cultural understanding, speech making, safety in online spaces, and job interviews. Experiential activities in this curriculum provide opportunities for youth to practice and gain confidence in communicating in a variety of situations. Topics in this book include communication preferences, active listening, identifying aggressive communication, using visual aids, making introductions, and writing letters and songs.
Activities support the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy. This curriculum is written as a facilitator guide. Minimal supplies and materials needed.
Grades 3-5.
$6.95
Business and Citizenship EntrepreneursShip Investigation 1 Discover the E-Scene 1 Discovery is what Unit 1 is all about! Youth will learn about entrepreneurship by investigating businesses in their communities. Youth will discover the traits of an entrepreneur and take a skills test to see if they have these entrepreneurial traits. Other activities include: investigating entrepreneurs in youths’ families, exploring potential business ideas, and reading stories of other entrepreneurs. $11.95
Business and Citizenship Build Your Future Youth Notebook 1 From exploring potential jobs to starting their own business, the “Build Your Future” curriculum helps teens develop skills and knowledge in career exploration. Participants experience a variety of learning methods including developing a business plan, competing in a quiz bowl, creating a portfolio, analyzing case studies, and discussing questions that reflect on their experiences. Nine engaging activities provide a fun structure to help teens learn about their choices, make important connections and plan successful/meaningful careers. Grades 9-12. $10.95
Business and Citizenship My Financial Future Baginner Notebook 1 From organizing finances to learning about savings, risk management, and consumer breadcrumbs, the My Financial Future curriculum helps middle and high school youth develop critical skills and knowledge in money management. Participants learn about financial literacy concepts through case studies and real-life scenarios. Additional concepts covered include career planning, setting up SMART goals, managing financial records, creating spending and savings plans, choosing payment methods, and managing credit.
The Beginner Youth Notebook guides learners as they progress through each activity. Each student should have his or her own Notebook. The Facilitator Guide (sold separately) provides leader tips and the answer key for the activities in the Youth Notebooks. 52 pages. Grades 5-8.
$11.95
Business and Citizenship My Financial Future Risk Management Guide Digital Download 1 From organizing finances to learning about savings, risk management, and consumer breadcrumbs, the My Financial Future curriculum helps middle and high school youth develop critical skills and knowledge in money management. Participants learn about financial literacy concepts through case studies and real-life scenarios. Additional concepts covered include career planning, setting up SMART goals, managing financial records, creating spending and savings plans, choosing payment methods, and managing credit.
This Risk Management Guide, sponsored by the New York Life Foundation, is the supplement to the My Financial Future curriculum. This guide includes four modules covering a variety of important topics such as health insurance, liability insurance, property insurance, car insurance, life insurance, and disability insurance. This curriculum educates young people on the importance of risk management through experiential activities that pertain to their lives. This book is a digital download. It includes the experiential group activities and an answer key in the back. 68 pages. Grades 9-12.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$7.99
Business and Citizenship Financial Champions MoneyFUNdamentals/ Digital Download 1 In this National 4-H Curriculum, youth will learn ways to use and save money, the benefits and drawbacks of credit, consumer decision making, how to select financial services, and more.
The activities in this action-packed guide invite youth to develop a money personality profile and style, explain needs and wants, deal with money decisions, set financial goals and develop a money plan. Grades 7-9.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$3.99
Business and Citizenship Financial Reading Makes cents Digital Download 1 Reading Makes Cents is a financial literacy and reading curriculum for children in grades 3-5, written by university experts. This book includes 53 experiential activities developed around money including saving, spending, sharing, earning, borrowing, and lending. The literature, concepts about money, and activities were selected to appeal to children in grades 3-5. 194 pages.
These activities can be used in an afterschool, camp setting, or any out-of-school time setting. Best if used as a complete curriculum, but can activities can be used as a stand-alone and can be completed in one afterschool session. The seven money themes in this book are: History of Money, Managing Money, Earning Money, Spending Money, Saving Money, Sharing Money, and Borrowing and Lending Money.
The goals of this curriculum are to introduce children to basic money management concepts such as saving, sharing, spending, managing, earning, borrowing, and lending; use children’s literature as a tool to attract youth to the topic of financial management; improve children’s attitudes toward reading; support literacy and literacy-related activities in the home; and to provide opportunities for youth to practice important life and money skills. The children literature that is used is not provided with this book; we suggest you start with your local library to obtain the materials.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$9.99
Creative Arts Photography Focus on Photography 1 Focus on Photography is Level 1 of the 4-H Photography Curriculum, written by university experts. Youth will focus on equipment basics, taking pictures, and the concepts of lighting and flash. Grades K-4. 80 pages. $6.95
Creative Arts Theatre Imagination in Action 1 Grades 5-8, but can be adapted for younger and older youth.
This is one book of three in the series. Each book is written for the group facilitator who will lead a group of youth in Theatre Arts discovery.
This curriculum opens the world of theatre to youth with exciting activities at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, this revised 4-H curriculum will help youth understand the power of non-verbal communication, improvisation, pantomime, script writing, cultural and historical influences, stage design, and costume design. Life skills and workforce development concepts are woven throughout the curriculum, as youth master more sophisticated theatre techniques and ideas.
$6.95
Creative Arts Visual Arts Get Started in Art All ages All Levels Explore the basic elements of visual art through activities on color, line, space, balance, and more, and then complete your own work of art. This project can be repeated as long as new learning takes place and new works of art are completed. $8.95
Creative Arts Visual Arts Sketchbook Crossroads 1 Developed by the Consortium for National Arts Education Associations, this Visual Arts Curriculum is designed to assist youth in developing artistic skills and talents for a lifetime of use. Focused heavily on the principle of experiential learning, this book features step-by-step guidance through art activities as well as information for art helpers, or teenage and adult artists who can assist youth in their completion of the projects. The curriculum is for middle school youth (grades 6-8 and ages 11-14), but can be adapted to suit both younger and older age groups.
Sketchbook Crossroads features three units for you to explore – Drawing, Fiber Arts, and Sculpture – and contains 23 step-by-step activities in total, including Perspective Drawing, Inkle Loom Weaving, and Sculpting with Cardboard. This 72-page guide is a great introductory tool for new artists while also providing new challenges for the more experienced youth.
$7.50
Creative Arts Writing The Writer in You 1 Find the motivation you need to start or continue your exploration of the art of writing. Explore why to write, where to get ideas, theme, character, plot and setting, word choice, imagery, and dialogue. Keep it all in one place to create the year’s portfolio. Designed for the 4-H member and is appropriate for the intermediate skill level and all ages. $8.95
Creative Arts My Favorite Things Creating Personal Collections 1 Are you interested in creating a personal collection? Want to take a collection you already have to the next level? Learn about various types of collections, the ins and outs of the collecting process, and how to best display your items.
Designed for the 4-H member and is appropriate for the beginner skill level and all ages.
$8.95
Diversity & Inclusion Diversity The Source of Our Strength 1 Explore the many forms diversity takes in your daily life. See life from various perspectives and have fun learning about new situations and people who are different from you. Finally, show what you have learned with a capstone project in any creative format you choose. Appropriate for the advanced skill level $8.95
Environment and Outdoor Scinece Outdoor Adventures Hiking Trails 1 Hiking Trails includes shelter selection, Leave No Trace camping skills, outdoor cooking and environmental awareness and appreciation. Grades 3-5. $5.75
Environmental Science Entomology Teaming with Insects 1 1 The study of insects is called entomology. The Teaming with Insects curriculum is written for youth who enjoy learning about science and nature by studying insects.
Level 1 introduces the world of insects. Activities focus on how they look and move and provide some background for studying important entomology topics.
$6.95
Environmental Science Exploring Your Environment Earth’s Capacity Grades 6-8 Exploring Your Environment – Earth’s Capacity focuses on environmental stewardship and sustainability and issues such as transportation choices, waste management, composting, recycling, and natural resources. Grades 6-8. (60 pages) $6.95
Environmental Science Exploring Your Environment Ecosystem Services Grades 6-8 Exploring Your Environment – Ecosystem Services provides an introduction to ecosystem services and explores topics including pollination, soil, provisioning services, and ecotourism. Grades 6-8. (52 pages) $6.95
Environmental Science Forestry Follow the Path 1 Youth explore different types of trees and tree parts, characteristics of different forests, what forests need to grow and thrive and the different products people get from trees and forests. Grades 3-5. $5.75
Environmental Science Project Butterfly Youth Guide/ Digital Download 1 In Project Butterfly WINGS, youth explore the outdoors through guided inquiry, learn to identify the butterfly families and common butterflies, and contribute to science.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$3.99
Environmental Science Stormwater Rain to Drain: Slow the Flow 1 Developed by Penn State Extension, Rain to Drain – Slow the Flow is a hands-on stormwater education curriculum. This experiment style series of activities leads youth and adults to a better understanding of the movement of stormwater in natural and developed communities. It’s also a great introduction to green infrastructure and stormwater best management practices.
This curriculum is designed to be used by middle-school aged youth; it is also easily adaptable to older and younger youth and also for adults.
$14.95
Environmental Science Wind Energy The Power of Wind 1 Are you looking for something to spark engineering and science interest among middle school kids? The activities in The Power of the Wind curriculum involve young people in the engineering design process as they learn about the wind and its uses. Youth work with members of a team to design, create, build, and test a wind powered device.
The device must solve a problem and requires the designers to balance options and constraints. Participants are guided to make adjustments and retest until the vehicle or machine solves the original problem.
$5.75
Environmental Science / Cloverbud Entomology All About Insects Cloverbud Activity Bundle 1 Introducing new peer-reviewed activity booklets made especially for the Cloverbud age range (ages 5-8)! All About Insects comes with a 4-page activity booklet and an insect collecting jar. All About Insects includes three (3) simple introductory activities for our youngest 4-H members. Youth learn the basics of insects and then search for insect clues and insects outside. This activity is designed to be completed with the assistance of a caring adult. While this activity is perfect for groups, we recommend that each youth have his or her own activity booklet. This activity serves as an age-appropriate introduction to our comprehensive curriculum series Teaming with Insects $6.95
Environmental Science/ STEM Geology 4-H Geology: Introduction to the Study of the Earth 1-4 Geology is the science that studies the earth. It includes the study of materials that make up the earth, the processes that change it, and the history of how it evolved — including life on earth. The study of geology is filled with the mystery and adventure of what happened to former lands and seas, and to plants and animals that lived on or in them millions of years ago. In this project youth will look at the story of the earth to gain a better understanding of the earth and the sources of the minerals youth use each day.
The Geology project is divided into four levels, which are ALL contained in this manual: Pebble Pups 1, Pebble Pups 2, Rockhound 1, and Rockhound 2. See the Look Inside feature for the project requirements for each level. 84 pages. Grades 3-12
$19.95
Family & Consumer Sciences Beef Bite Into Beef 1 Youth identify breeds, locate parts, judge, halter break a calf, fit a steer, show a calf, recognize a healthy animal, select feed ingredients and shop for beef and beef by-products. $5.75
Family & Consumer Sciences Consumer Savvy The Consumer in Me/ Digital Download 1 Youth will experience what it means to be a consumer through saving, spending and sharing.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$3.99
Family & Consumer Sciences Personal Finance Money Fun-damentals 1 In this National 4-H Curriculum, youth will learn ways to use and save money, the benefits and drawbacks of credit, consumer decision making, how to select financial services, and more.
The activities in this action-packed guide invite youth to develop a money personality profile and style, explain needs and wants, deal with money decisions, set financial goals and develop a money plan. Grades 7-9.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$4.00
Healthy Living and Food Microwave Magic/ Digital Download Bag of Tricks 1 These activities are perfect for weekends at home or during after school sessions or camp. This book is Level 1 (A) of the Microwave Magic 4-H Curriculum. Written by university experts, this curriculum series is full of exciting hands-on activities that focus on how a microwave works.
Activities guide youth through using the microwave to prepare everything from simple snacks to complete meals. The curriculum has four categories: techniques and equipment, healthy food selection, food preparation, and meal time magic. Activities are for grades 3-4 (but may be used with youth in any grade, based on skill and interest) and focus on understanding how the microwave works, learning to use the microwave safely and preparing foods such as scrambled eggs, apples, popcorn treats, fudge and desserts.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$3.99
Healthy Living and Foods Cooking Cooking 101 1 Among other topics, youth learn how to use MyPlate, avoid spreading germs while cooking, measure and mix ingredients, test baked goods for doneness, brown meat, and set the table for a family meal.
The curriculum comes as loose-leaf paper to make it easier for youth to pull out recipes. Purchase a binder to store the manual!
$10.50
Healthy Living and Foods Food Six Easy Bites/ Digital Download 1 Grades 3-4. This activity guide is divided into six major categories or “bites.” Each bite is designed to give a general background of information followed by four different activities.
This item is a digital download; your Agent will download the book after purchase.
$3.99
Healthy Living and Foods Health STEPS to a Healthy Teen Set of 2 1 The National 4-H Curriculum, STEPS to a Healthy Teen: Segments To Emphasize Physical activity and nutrition Steps, consists of 10 activities for youth ages 14 to 19.
The purpose of the curriculum is to help youth develop skills and knowledge in physical education and nutrition. Participants experience a variety of learning methods and tools such as games, case scenarios, computer software programs, cooking demonstrations, and fitness challenges. Most activities range from 45 to 60 minutes and include accompanying handouts.
Each activity includes a Teen Research (TR) Challenge take-home task. The TR Challenge encourages healthier lifestyles through thought-provoking activities for teens to solve themselves or with their families. It is strongly recommended to utilize the Facilitator Guide with the Youth Notebook to have full access to all curriculum content.
$18.95
Helathy Living and Food Keeping Fit and Healthy First Aid in Action 1 Youth learn the importance of first aid as well as techniques for taking care of cuts and scrapes, nosebleeds, stings, burns, and other concerns.
Note: The Heimlich instructions for babies have been updated since the book was published. Please refer to the Red Cross information available at this link (link as of 9/28/17). If the link does not work, visit http://www.redcross.org/ and search for the Heimlich procedure. Thank you for your understanding!
$5.75
Helathy Living and Food Keeping Fit and Healthy Keeping Fit 1 Youth design a personal fitness plan and track it using their own fitness file. Through interviews and personal experiences youth discover benefits to being fit as they practice making decisions, speaking with others, and managing themselves. $5.75
Helathy Living and Food Keeping Fit and Healthy Staying Healthy 1 Youth design a personal fitness plan and track it using their own fitness file. Through interviews and personal experiences youth discover benefits to being fit as they practice making decisions, speaking with others, and managing themselves. $5.75
Practical Skills Public Speaking Finding Your Voice 1 Want to learn a skill you can use for the rest of your life? This project shows members with little or no public speaking experience how to prepare and deliver speeches in front of crowds with confidence. Take a look at how the pros manage this skill, then learn how to handle various speaking situations, deliver different types of speeches, and resolve problems you may experience along the way. Your confidence builds with each activity! $8.95
Practical Skills Woodworking Measuring Up 1 Youth will develop skills that woodworkers use, such as measuring, squaring & cutting a board, driving nails, and using clamps and screws. It is suggested that all youth begin with this guide to be grounded in the basics of woodworking. Grades 2-4. $5.75
Practical Skills Bicycle Curriculum Bicycling for Fun 1 Beginning riders learn the essentials for getting started safely and successfully. There are 15 activities on topics such as wearing protective equipment, fitting a helmet, identifying bike parts, choosing and fitting a bike, braking, identifying traffic signs, locating road hazards, and planning a bicycle trip. Grades 3-5. $5.75
Practical Skills Gardening See Them Sprout A Recently revised! Youth learn how to plan an in-ground or container garden; how to prepare the soil; and when, where, and what to plant. Level A introduces basic plant science, garden friends and foes, tool safety, using the vegetable harvest, and horticulture-related careers. Youth “learn by doing” in 12 fun activities that include germinating seeds, growing a super-sized pumpkin, experiments with plant parts, and visiting a grocery store to explore vegetables and vegetable products.
Grades 3-4.
$6.95
Practical Skills/STEM Clothing STEAM Clothing: FUNdamentals 1 In STEAM Clothing 1: FUNdamentals, youth will gather the tools they’ll need to begin sewing, understand textiles through fun science experiments, learn beginning math and engineering techniques in clothing construction, and take their skills a step further, investigating businesses, service learning projects, and modeling.
This curriculum is a combined leader/youth guide, with pages to print off for youth to complete as part of the activities. FUNdamentals also introduces youth to the idea of a portfolio to document their work and track their progress as sewers by creating samples.
Grades 3-5. 161 pages.
$12.95
Practical Skills/STEM Sewing Expressions Under Construction 1 This book is Level 1 of the 4-H Sewing Curriculum. This activity book, written by university experts, help young people develop and share their creative abilities in the sewing and textiles area.
Participants may work at the level most appropriate for them, no matter what the age. Written for grades 3-12. Youth will learn more about fashion and their unique style as well as technology in sewing and careers in the textile industry (36 pages).
The activity books include sections on creating (gaining experience in sewing), maintaining (caring for textile items), teching (technology applications in the apparel and textile industry), futuring (a sampling of potential careers), and serving (using their knowledge and skills to help others).
$5.75
STEM Aerospace Adventures Pre-Flight 1 In Level 1 of Aerospace Adventures, youth build a marshmallow rocket, learn about different careers in aviation and space, and explore how an airplane works. 4 activities total. Grades 1-3. $5.75
STEM Electric Excitement Magic of Electricity 1 Youth explore why certain things insulate from electricity better than others and the effect that magnetism has various substances. They also build a flashlight, a compass, an electromagnet, and an electric motor. Grades 4-5. $5.75
STEM Junk Drawer Robotics Give Robotics a Hand 1 In the Junk Drawer Robotics curriculum, youth are challenged to build robots from everyday items. None of the levels requires or uses computers. There are Facilitator Guides for three levels. Youth use a Robotics Notebook to record their learning experiences, robotic designs and data from their investigations. One facilitator guide is needed per group, while each youth should have their own notebook. In Level 1 – Give Robots a Hand, youth explore and learn about robot arms. Concepts covered include pneumatics, arm designs, and three-dimensional space. Big ideas include form and function, scientific habits of mind, and engineering design. Grades 4-12. (79 pages) $7.95
STEM Science Fun Kitchen Chemestry 1 Join the Terrestrial Alien Defense Academy and figure out how to outsmart the aliens by doing experiments in your kitchen. Learn about what matter is and how it changes form; explore the different properties of matter; find out about acids and bases; and discover how everyday items and kitchen ingredients can be used in cool tests! Designed for beginners, but appropriate for all levels. Curriculum authored by The Ohio State University. $8.95
STEM Science Fun Physics 1 Let your inner scientist come out and uncover the mysteries of physics at play in daily life. The amazing magician Franco Newtoni guides you through this project. As you try each experiment you’ll see the forces of nature, energy, and the power of physics at work—or is it magic? Designed for beginners, but appropriate for all levels. Curriculum authored by The Ohio State University. $8.95
STEM / Cloverbud Marshmallow Rocket Create your own Marshmallow Rocket 1 Introducing new peer-reviewed activity booklets made especially for the Cloverbud age range (ages 5-8)! Create Your Own Marshmallow Rocket comes with an 8-page activity booklet and sheet of glow stickers (note that the stickers are not reusable/removable). Create Your Own Marshmallow Rocket includes four (4) simple introductory activities for our youngest 4-H members. Youth learn the basics of rockets and astronauts and then build a model rocket out of marshmallows (marshmallows not included). This activity is designed to be completed with the assistance of a caring adult. While this activity is perfect for groups, we recommend that each youth have his or her own activity booklet. $8.95

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Photo of Jen Hill, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJen HillExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development (828) 488-3848 (Office) jen_hill@ncsu.eduSwain County, North Carolina
Posted on Jan 25, 2018
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