Virtual Learning Library

The Bexar County 4-H’s Virtual Learning Library is an ever-growing collection of researched based 4-H programs and curriculum presentations on positive youth development and education in areas of agriculture, natural resources, STEM and character development.

4-H Virtual Programs & Curriculum:

Did you know the average American is three generations removed from the farm? Explore the Path to the Plate Curriculum Series (Grades 3-5) that investigates where our food comes from and the link between agriculture & health.

Session 1:                                              Session 4:
Session 2:                                             Session 5:
Session 3:                                             Session 6:

The Take A Stand Anti-Bullying Curriculum (Grades K-12) keeps with the 4-H mission of preparing youth to meet the challenges of childhood, adolescence and adulthood. The Take a Stand curriculum focuses on five main areas: conflict management, communication, etiquette, teamwork and cultural awareness.

Grades (K-5):                         Grades (6-8):                    Grades (9-12):

Lesson 1: Link                        Lesson 1:                             Lesson 1:
Lesson 2: Link                       Lesson 2:                             Lesson 2:
Lesson 3: Link                       Lesson 3:                             Lesson 3:
Lesson 4: Link                       Lesson 4:                             Lesson 4:
Lesson 5: Link                       Lesson 5:                             Lesson 5:
Survey: Link                          Lesson 6:                             Lesson 6:

Our exciting and NEW Wildlife Wonders of Texas Series (Grades 3-8) teaches urban youth about wildlife conservation and management using urban examples. After this program, youth will be able to demonstrate the overall role of wildlife conservation and importance of natural resources management. Teaching resources meet Texas essential knowledge and skills (TEKS).

Session 1:                                              Session 4:
Session 2:                                             Session 5:
Session 3:                                             Session 6:

 

Incubating and hatching chicken eggs in the classroom is a hands-on learning experience your students will never forget! The Hatching in the Classroom Virtual Program (Grades K-12) will walk students and educators through introductory fundamentals such as: chicken breeds, anatomy, nutrition & diet, and general care. After completion of this virtual program, you will be added to the mailing list for the Hatching in the Classroom program.

Session 1:                                              Session 4:
Session 2:                                             Session 5:
Session 3:                                             Session 6:

 

Want More?

Classroom Adventures Program: 

The Classroom Adventures Program is a way for educators to bring the 4-H Curricula listed above INTO their classroom! The steps to requesting an Texas A&M AgriLife Educator are simple:

  • STEP 1: Teacher picks a curriculum topic and contacts a 4-H Educator to conduct 3-6 classes at their school (See Form Below). School MUST provide a location on campus for 4-H Educator to use.
  • STEP 2: Teachers decide which grades will participate in the 4-H Classroom Adventure. For large groups please coordinate a rotation schedule so teaching environment is comfortable and effective!
  • STEP 3: A primary teacher contacts and coordinates with the 4-H Educator in advance to make sure your needs are met.
  • STEP 4: 4-H Educators will provide hands-on lessons and conduct an evaluation following the program. 

Classroom Adventures Request

Classroom Adventures Request
  • Please provide a physical address of where educational sessions will take place.

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