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Archived Youth Development Programming


May 18th: Salad in a glove


April 7th

FLX 4-H Learning Launchpad

Each day between Monday, March 23 and Friday, April 17th at 10:00am, they will post new content to their Facebook page including a variety of content areas, targeted ages, and modes including live stream, prerecorded videos, and informational sheets.


April 16th:

Virtual Ag Trivia Night: April 29th 7-9 pm.


April 10th:

Hippology Study Sessions:

Essex County 4-H is offering hippology study sessions from 12-1 every Friday until May 1st.


April 9th:

Texas 4-H is offering a Leadership and Citizenship series April 14th, 15th & 16th, live on their Facebook Page.


March 31st:

The national 4-H website has many activities including the 4-H Healthy Living Activity Guide to download and share. While you are there, take note of the monthly featured activities in a variety of learning areas.


Arts & Crafts

March 31st:

Drawing Game for Kids:

21 Paper Crafts Ideas


March 26th: 

25 Rainy Day Crafts and Activities:


March 20th:

Virtual 4-H Art Camp:

Texas A&M Agrilife Extension is offering free art lessons for 9th-12th graders. The step-by-step lessons will be every Monday, 3/23-4-13. Complete the registration form below to access The Virtual 4-H Art Camp Website. 



All activities can be found via the following link:  http://cceclinton.org/resources/art-activities-4-h

March 19th:

Animal Science

March 18th: The San Diego Zoo is offering live views into animal exhibits.

Link to San Diego Zoo: https://zoo.sandiegozoo.org/live-cams

March 18th: The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is offering a home safari activity on Facebook Live each weekday at 3pm EDT.

Link to Cincinnati Zoo FB: https://m.facebook.com/cincinnatizoo/

Audio Programming

Transistor: STEM Based Podcast


A list of 19 Great Science Podcasts, including some mentioned above, can be found at the following link: https://medium.com/kidslisten/19-great-science-po...

March 19th:

But Why: A Podcast For Curious Kids : Ton's of questions answered!



May 11th: Fun Run Results

May 4th:


April 28th:


April 20th:

Week 2 of the Themed Fun Runs Started today! This week is Favorite color. Stay Safe and Healthy!

Results Form:

Also Remember we welcome video or pictures of your runs. Just Facebook message us or send it to our email at youth@clintoncountygov.com


Fun run results from April 13th:


April 8th: At Home Fun Run

The Clinton County Youth Bureau announced a new Fun Run event starting April 13th. Please see the video and or flyer, below, for more details. This is a unique fun run that anyone can do while still maintaining social distancing.


Google form submission (Registration):


Google form will not be active until April 13th when event officially starts!

April 7th: Kids Workout-25 Minutes

March 31st:

The Clinton County Youth Bureau has come out with a Staying Connected Through Exercise Video

Photo Demonstrations of Exercises:




March 25th:

The Clinton County Youth Bureau has come out with an Outdoor Exercises for the Whole Family Video.

March 24th:

This website offers many resources for keeping your kids active for the CDC's recommended 60 minutes a day. 



March 19th:

Wash Your Lyrics is a fun way to take your favorite song and turn it into an info-graphic that has you sing along for the allotted amount of time you should be washing your hands.

Wash Your Lyrics Link: https://washyourlyrics.com/

Bluegrassers and non-bluegrassers alike, NCPR is putting out a program called String Fever. It functions as a live-band feel radio program that is offered on Thursday's 3:00- 5pm at 88.1FM or can be accessed online through NCPR's website. More information can be found below using the link.

March 17th https://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/programs/local/stringfever


March 30th

If you're searching for some fun aerospace activities to keep your kids engaged look no further than our 'Rockets Away' leader's book and the accompanying YouTube video on Balloon Rockets!

Link to Rockets away book:  Rocket's Away

March 27th

Written instructions can be found here: https://www.sciencebuddies.org/stem-activities/co...

Note: Information is housed in the tabs that run along the top of the video in the above link. 

March 25th:

Nature Works Everywhere has several science based virtual field trips. In this one: Join expert scientist, marine biologist Stephanie Wear, on a virtual field trip to the coral reefs of Palau where you'll explore amazing underwater cities found near a remote network of islands in the Pacific Ocean. 


Note: There are tons of other resources and functions of the Nature Works Everywhere site. Explore by visiting the following link:  https://www.natureworkseverywhere.org/resources/

March 19th: 

25 Easy & Awesome Science Project for Kids


March 18th: The national AfterSchool Association has a page chock-full of STEM Gem activities. 

Link to STEM Gems:  https://naaweb.org/resources/stem-gems

March 17th-Poprockets

A written activity is available as well. Please visit the following link:  3-2-1 POP! or https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.cce.cornell.edu/attachments/43129/321_POP.PDF?1584468846

March 17th-NASA Virtual Tours


To access tours, click explore the map on the NASA site below. Picking a spot on the map will allow a brief tour of that location. 

Link to NASA Tours https://oh.larc.nasa.gov/oh/

Virtual Field Trips

March 19th:

Disney World: https://www.romper.com/disneytours


March 31st: Animal Tracking

Chris Wiley, Project Coordinator for the Clinton County Youth Bureau shares some advice on tracking animals while accompanied by the ever cute, snow grazing, Piper.

Use the link below to print off your own tracking guide from the DEC.


March 23rd: (Chelsea Denny, Youth Development Educator)

Hi Everyone! Today is my first day of working from home, the office is closed until further notice as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19. I hope you are all staying healthy and finding constructive things to do while you're at home. With that being said...

I have a healthy chunk of curriculum at the office I would like to showcase to you all over the next few weeks. These binders and books have been left to collect dust the past few years. If you see any that you are interested in let me know and I can put it aside for you or find a way to help you gain access to it sooner.

ACCESS NATURE is a fun and educational guide that helps you dive deeper into the outdoors with kids of all ages. There are multiple pre-made nature scavenger hunts and hands-on experiential learning opportunities that just feel like playing outside!!

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