We're all running out of ideas on how to keep our children entertained. When you hear "I'm bored," give these tips a try.
4-H teaches young people to address potentially controversial issues in a way that is respectful and thoughtful. At the same time, 4-H’ers develop their own views and learn ways to peacefully defend them. This is called civil discourse.
Summer 4-H opportunities include Adulting 101 classes, the Kentucky 4-H Get Outside Challenge, Oldham County 4-H Fair, Kids Cooking Camp, and more.
When your child says, "I'm bored," use these family activity tips to break up the boredom.
Here are some ideas to get young people active and engaged with nature during this time of much uncertainty and to help break up the monotony.
Spring 4-H opportunities include OC 4-H Communications Day, a hands-on Art Workshop series, cooking classes, and more.
Oldham County Extension's Report to the People includes articles on 4-H leadership, nutrition education, Oldham County agriculture, and more.
Congratulations to the Oldham County 4-H'ers who recently received Clover Achievement Levels!
Upcoming Oldham County 4-H virtual opportunities include virtual projects, Communications, Life Skills 101, and more.
COVID-19 has strained many families' finances. If your budget has recently tightened, it's important to communicate with all family members about new financial realities, including youth.