Cloverbud Project

The 4-H Cloverbud project is designed specifically for children in grades 5-year old Kindergarten through 2nd grade. 4-H Cloverbud programs are developmentally appropriate, activity-focused and built on cooperative learning. The primary difference between a 4-H Cloverbud activity and a 4-H Project area is that the member engages in varied activities with focus on developing a specific skill or concept utilized in completing the activity, rather than focusing on a long-term planned course of study in a specific subject area.  Participation, safety, personal development, learning and fun are the highest priorities for the Cloverbud project.

Lincoln County 4-H Cloverbud Fun Days

November 11, 2017 4-H Cloverbud Fun Day:

Cloverbud Fun Day – November 11, 2017 flyer

Registrations due Monday, October 30, 2017

June 3, 2017 4-H Cloverbud Fun Day:

Cloverbud and Vegetable Project Kids Garden Project Fun Day – Review of what we did!

March 19, 2016 4-H Cloverbud Fun Day Highlights:

What a great afternoon of learning about bunnies, being crafty, creating Easter Fun!  Thank you to 4-H Leader Treva Schmitdt for bringing in her bunny Mickey and to all the volunteers who shared in the afternoon.

A closer look at the bunny

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May 3, 2015 4-H Cloverbud Fun Day Highlights:

4-H Cloverbuds (5 year old Kindergarten through 2nd grade) enjoyed a great afternoon of learning, creating theme gardens, snacking and playing games at the first 4-H Cloverbud Fun Day held on Sunday, May 3, 2015 at the Lincoln County Service Center.  Thank you to Cheryl Roets, Cherie Hafeman, Kim Nowak and all of the parents/guardians who assisted in making this afternoon possible.

 

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You will find additional information about the 4-H Cloverbud project on the project pages of the Wisconsin 4-H website under Younger Members.  Information found here includes a listing of 4-H literature for each project, statewide events and additional resources.

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