The Alabama 4-H creative arts curriculum grid provides a snapshot of what we teach. Please note, not all programs are available in every county.
Growing Alabama’s Future: Alabama 4-H seeks to empower youth with the skills to lead our communities, our state, our nation, and our world. Alabama 4-H will reflect the population demographics, vulnerable populations, diverse needs, and social conditions of the state.
Delivery Modes: CL=Clubs, IS=In School, E=Enrichment, I=Independent, CP=Camping
4-H Curriculum–Creative Arts
Creative Arts Events: Competitive Events Day Contests (Blocks Rock!, eXtreme Birdhouse, Freestyle Showcase, Freestyle Demonstration, Have I Got a Story, Interior Design, What Would U Build), and Senior Achievement: At Large Achievement, 4-H Music Matters Summit, State 4-H Horse Show: Passive Events
|Alabama 4-H Supported Curriculum/Resources||Program Desciption||Suggested Ages|
|4-H Competitive Events||Teaches young people public speaking, interior design, graphic design, photography, and construction. It has been shown to be extremely effective in building creativity, teamwork, and self-awareness. Part of 4-H Competitive Events Day.||9–18|
See National 4-H Curriculum Resources for additional resources.