The 4-H Science Toolkit Series is a comprehensive resource for 4-H Science Projects.
TechXcite is an after-school engineering curriculum developed jointly by 4-H and Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering. This curriculum was developed as part of a National Science Foundation sponsored program and is utilized in 4-H supported after-school programs across the country. The TechXcite curriculum offers a rich and vibrant exploration of engineering, mathematics, science and technology.
National 4-H Council partnered with National Geographic to offer additional science learning materials: Mysteries of the Unseen World “reveals phenomena that can’t be seen with the naked eye, taking audiences into earthly worlds secreted away in different dimensions of time and scale.” Student activities, teacher guides, videos, and photography for hands-on learning for students in grades 3-12.
STEM Grab-n-Go Portfolio of nine easy to use STEM activities.
Museum of Science+Industry Chicago has many hands-on science experiments to explore.
Mixing in Math is a free resource for those looking for easy ways to integrate math into out-of-school time. The activities are geared toward K-6 grades and are available in English and Spanish. Educators and parents can use these activities to put math into a variety of topics such as cooking, telling stories, gym exercises, and arts and crafts projects.