Learning in the Environment

Fishing in oama tournament

Sara Stupplebeen, Reporter – So far, the 4-H Wolves have participated in four activities. First on October 5th, we took part in an oama fishing tournament and had so much fun at Kanaha Beach. Second we held our first meeting and also had a guest speaker, Skylar Decker, who talked to us about fishing and a craft called Gyotaku, which is printing images of fish with ink which we later did. Third, we had a meeting and had two guest speakers, Abby Haneke and Andrew Sitlinger, talk to us about…

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Rules of Composition

pink background with cupcakes with white icing and sprinkles

The 4-H Virtual Photography Club is focusing on the rules of composition in March.  The National 4-H curriculum allows  for us to build on skills through a series of curricula.  Members are allowed to work at their own pace and are encouraged to build on their time management skills by scheduling time each week to practice their photography skills and do the hands on lessons.  Hawaii is such a great backdrop for us to get out and practice using the rule of thirds or the golden triangle. So Ono!  These…

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Military 4-H STEM Kits

Military 4-H STEM Kits Flyer

Hands-on learning 4-H STEM Kits are available for military affiliated youth! These kits will allow for youth and their families to engage in hands-on learning in the area of engineering design. Build, play and learn together! For more information and to reserve a kit, please contact Kate at kkeick@hawaii.edu (limited availability) Open to any branch of service (Active, Guard, Reserve, Veteran)

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