School and After School Resources
4-H curricula are excellent supplements for teaching academic knowledge and life skills, and they correspond with Kansas Education Standards.
Contact us to learn more about available programs. For a list of national 4-H resource materials, click here. For local Sedgwick County 4-H curricula please see below.
A PDF version of the order information is available here for planning purposes only. Educators must still register online. See program pages for more information.
Students will explore the world of flowers and pollination through creative stories. They will work in groups to research types of pollinators and flowers using provided media.
Gray for a Day utilizes an empathic model to educate participants on the age-related sensory and functional challenges that older adults might face. Participants will get to "gear up" to discover what it is like to live with age-related conditions.
Students will be able to watch Painted Lady caterpillars grow, form chrysalides and hatch into butterflies. Learn about the anatomy, life cycle and the role of the butterfly in its environment.
Students will review the parts of the plant and the role they play in the survival of the plant through a hands-on small group activity.
Students can explore the importance of Kansas wheat, principles of baking, yeast development, and good nutrition.
As students complete the activities they will discover what objects magnets attract, learn about magnetic poles, see the effect of magnetic fields and learn about electromagnetism.