Past Interactive Webinars
- March 23 - An Evening Abroad Haiti!
- April 2 - Interactive Agriculture Hazard Hunt Game April
Agricultural work is important - but it can also be dangerous. Any work with animals, or work on a farm, poses risks to young people. We can learn how to prevent them in this interactive Kahoot game, happening live on April 2.
- May 25 - An Evening Abroad: Peru!
The New Jersey 4‑H “family” includes people from all over the globe. An Evening Abroad highlights members of our extended family to show off just how diverse the NJ 4‑H program truly is! In this May 25 session, we’ll explore the coastal South American country of Peru with Hudson County’s Claudia Urdanivia! Register to receive a link for this hour long, fun, and in-depth virtual exploration of Peru. An Evening Abroad is fun for all 4‑H members and their families.
- June - An Evening Abroad: Ireland!
The New Jersey 4‑H “family” includes people from all over the globe. An Evening Abroad highlights members of our extended family to show off just how diverse the NJ 4‑H program truly is! In this June session, we’ll explore the Emerald Island known as Ireland from Warren County 4‑H volunteer, Sinead Twohig. Register to receive a link for this hour long, fun, and in-depth virtual exploration of Ireland. An Evening Abroad is fun for all 4‑H members and their families.
- Tuesdays in January and February from 4:30p.m.–5:30p.m. NJ 4 H from Home presents our virtual Winter Fun programs.
- January 11 - 4-H Indoor Scavenger Hunt: 4-H Indoor Scavenger Hunt is inspired by one of 4-H Camp’s favorite games, 4 Corners. The items you find in your home will be less important than the stories you tell about them, so participants should arrive ready to share, ready to show and tell, and ready to meet some new friends.
- January 18 - Let's Make a Soup and Salad dinner (grade 4 and up): Cold weather calls for a bowl of Cheeseburger Chowder with a deconstructed chopped salad on the side. A perfect way to a warmup your yummy tummy.
- January 25 - Fun Winter Crafts (grades K–4): This session is for our Cloverbud youth, looking to mix and mingle and craft!
- February 1 - Clowning Around - Creating My Own Clown Character (grade 4 and up): Each clown has a unique personality. This workshop includes designing your clown face and acting in your clown role. You will create an original clown character which may have none, some , or all your own personality characteristics. Come join us in clowning around!
- February 8 - Winter Animal Adaptions (grade 4 and up): Brrr it's cold outside! Are you wondering how animals stay warm in the winter? Join us as we learn about the amazing animal adaptions to survive the winter. To prepare for this program, please research an ecosystem and choose an animal. We will be uncovering that animals' structures and functions together. Fun animal trivia will be included!
- February 15 - Mindfulness and the Message (All Ages): This interactive program guides youth in some mindfulness activities and also teaches communication skills with improv games.
- February 22 - Starting a Windowsill Garden (grade 4 and up): Starting a Windowsill Garden… Learn how to Grow Your Own Salad, lettuce, radishes, carrots, and dill indoors. Seeds will be provided.. all you need is some potting soil and a container.
- November 29 - Feasts and Fitness—An interactive and exciting way to enjoy the perks of fitness from your own home on Zoom! The students of Stockton University want to bring the fun to you and the family for the holiday!
- December 10 - Financial Literacy Fun Night for Teens & Tweens
- December 15 - The Magic of Mindfulness—Join Teen Council for the Magic of Mindfulness! One hour of mindful breathing, chair yoga and techniques to help us focus and relax!
- Fall 2021: Monologue and Scene Writing for Middle and High Schoolers
- October 8 - Family Fun With Financial Literacy
- October 9 - NJ hosted the 2021 4-H STEM Challenge "Galactic Quest"
Kids learn foundational STEM skills while they wrestle with the same questions as today's top aerospace scientists and engineers! This program is intended for youth in grades 4–9.
To find out more about the National 4-H STEM Challenge, please check out: 4-h.org/parents/4-h-stem-challenge.
- November 18 - Financial Literacy Youth Summit
- September 1 - Bread & Butter…From the Farm to Food Products on the Table
- August 14 - Mars Base STEM Challenge
- July 27 - Seeing and Composing Creative Photographs
- June 4 - Multi-State Teen Social Night
- May 4 - An Astronomy Adventure (grades K–4)
- May 6 - Ask a Polar Scientist! Research on the Ice (all ages welcome)
- May 7 - Multi-State Teen Social Night
- May 10 - What’s the Bee I See (K–6)
- May 14 - Virtual Poultry and Rabbits Farm tour @ Dark Moon Groves Farm (All ages welcome)
- May 19 - Virtual Improv Night (Teens)
- May 31 - Design Challenge (All ages welcome)
- April 12 - Finding your Natural Confidence (for high school students)
- April 13 - Get Strong and Go Run, It's Fun!
- April 13 - Create a little green creature (K–3) Create and learn to grow a little green creature. You will learn about what plants need to survive. Explore what grows up and what grows down.
- April 20 - Making a Mask to Make Up My Character (K–3) It is magical to create a character from the mask you make! Once you design your mask, you will act out the character of your mask.
- April 27 - Art with Food (K–3) Create food masterpieces that are edible works of art.
- March 14 - Virtual Movie Night: Hosted by the Environmental Science Committee (featuring Kiss the Ground)
- March 16 - Parliamentary Procedures for Running a Club, Open to All Ages
- February 9 - Exploring Healthy Relationship Habits for Teens (open to teens)
- February 10 - Be a Better You Challenge (all ages and ongoing)
- February 15 - Being a More Confident Public Speaker (grades 8–13)
- February 18 - Parliamentary Procedures for Running a Club (open to all)
- February 22 - Managing Stress for Teens (open to teens)
- February 23 - Celebrating Black History through Photography (grades 5–12)
- February 25 - Open Mic Night (Celebrate Black History Month through Art) (open to all)
- February 25 - Ask a Rutgers Scientist - Scientists at the Forefront of COVID-19 and Community Health (open to Middle and High School youth)
- January 14 - Understanding Implicit Bias for Teens
- January 28 - Ask a Scientist Medical Program Part I
- December 21 - Cookie Monster Monday
- December 11 - Financial Literacy for Teens Workshop
- World Food Prize New Jersey Youth Institute Series at 4:00 pm on Mondays.
- November 9: Dietary Disease and Health and Nutrition
- November 16: Climate Change and Food Security
- November 23: Human Rights/Social Justice/ Global Food Security
- November 30: Spoilage, Waste, and Food Security
- December 7: Policy, governance, and Food Security
- December 14: Infectious Diseases and Food Security
- October 7 - Family Financial Literacy Trivia Night (Prizes for all)
- October 3 - Mars Base Camp STEM Activity (grades 6–8)
- October 14 - Be a Hunger Hero (grades 9–12)
- October 19 - World Food Prize Youth Institute (grades 9–12)
- August 4 - Lego Masters (grades 4–8)
- August 6 - Shark Talk (grades 4–8)
- August 11 - Spark Your Creativity—Coloring Outside the Lines (grades 4–8)
- August 13 - Where Art Meets Science—sounds of the forest (grades 4–8)
- August 18 - Diving Into the Deep Blue World—exploring marine science (grades K–3)
- August 20 - Ready in the Middle - an at Home Safety Scavenger Hunt (grades 4–8)
- August 25 - Let's Make Some Fruit Rockets (grades K–3)
- August 27 - 4-H Smart Cents (Family Financial Literacy) (open to all families)
- August 31 - Family Financial Literacy Trivia Night (Prizes for all!)
- July 2 - Colors in My Heart (grades 4–8)
- July 7 - Outdoor Investigators - rescheduled from May
- July 9 - Yoga@Home (grades 4–8)
- July 14 - My Puppet and Me (grades K–3)
- July 16 - Learn to Draw Silly Animal Faces (grades 4–8)
- July 21 - TBA
- July 23 - Horses vs Humans - A skeletal lesson using a live painted horse (grades 4–8)
- July 28 - Magic Fun (grades K–3)
- July 30 - Magic 101 (grades 4–8)
Special Interactive Teen Webinar
Wednesday July 29, 11am–12noon - Teen Acting Workshop - improve your acting skills through voice and characterization (grades 7–13). You provide the monologue or scene and we'll coach you to make it performance ready.
- June 2 - Fairy Gardens (all grades)
- June 9 - Let's Go on a Cookie Dig (Archeology) (all grades)
- June 11 - Exploring Pollinators (grades 4–8)
- June 16 - Grow Your Own Veggies From Scraps (all grades)
- June 18 - Using Colors to Make Your Drawings Pop! (grades 4–8)
- June 23 - Interactive Storytelling (grades K–3)
- June 25 - Globe Tasters—a Culinary Trip around the World (grades 4–8)
- June 30 - Science Fun - make it shine (grades K–3)
- May 5 - Young Scientist (grades K–3)
- May 7 - Starting Your Indoor Garden
- May 12 - Rainbows of Hope Art Session
- May 14 - Backyard Biodiversity
- May 19 - Outdoor Investigators
- May 21 - Q&A With Our Feathered Friends
- May 26 - Making Flavorful Snacks
- May 28 - No-Sew DIY Projects
- April 14 - Spring Garden Fun *All ages welcome
- April 16 - 4‑H STEM Challenge - Science Fun
- April 21 - Cultural Exchange and Global Explorations
- April 23 - Garbage Art, Create Art Inspired by Nature
- April 28 - Cooking From the Pantry with your Family
- April 30 - Small Animal Show and Tell *All ages welcome
- March 19 - Rainy Day Camp Games
- March 24 - The Magic of Laughter
- March 26 - Stepping Up to Serve in Times of Needs
- March 31 - Interactive Arts: Creativity at Home