Clover Kids Scavenger Hunt Game

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Learn more about the Iowa 4-H Clover Kids Program. Read each question and search the Iowa 4-H Clover Kids Toolbox at http://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/Clover/toolbox.htm to find the answers. Check your answer by advancing to the next slide. Enjoy learning more about Iowa 4-H Clover Kids

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Clover Kids Scavenger Hunt Game

  1. 1. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Clover Kids ToolboxScavenger Hunt
  2. 2. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Clover Kids members are in what grades?(Section A: General Information)
  3. 3. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Kindergarten through third grade
  4. 4. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. The Iowa 4-H Youth Development Program recommends __ adultvolunteer(s) for every __ Clover Kids members. Why is this ratio recommend? (Section A: General Information)
  5. 5. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.1 adult volunteer for every 6 Clover Kids- children gain more from educational activities- atmosphere conducive to practicing anddeveloping social skills with both adults andother children.- makes using quality group managementpractices easier and consistent.- alleviates some of the stress out of leading aClover Kids group
  6. 6. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.A Clover Kids Group must meetfor a minimum of __ hours over the course of the 4-H year. (Section A: General Information)
  7. 7. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in aSupportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. 6 hours
  8. 8. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Clover Kids Groups can beorganized in many differentways. What are 3 possible formats? (Section A: General Information)
  9. 9. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Before or After School Groups 4-H Club Sponsored Groups Home School GroupsCommunity/Neighborhood Groups Summer Groups
  10. 10. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.The overarching objective of the Iowa4-H Clover Kids Program is to create fun, supportive, cooperative, and developmentally appropriate learning environments for culturally diverse children in K-3rd grade. What will children learn/gain from being Clover Kids members? (Section A: General Information)
  11. 11. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.- Develop self-understanding and self-confidence- Experience achievement- Develop positive attitudes toward self,family, and community- Develop decision making skills- Experience the joy of learning- Engage in active learning situations thatencourage mastery of age-appropriatephysical/motor skills
  12. 12. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.What are the 4 basicdevelopment needs of children?(Section B: Child Development)
  13. 13. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in aSupportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Belonging Mastery Generosity Independence
  14. 14. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Clover Kids activities need to be co____ not co____. Why? (Section B: Child Development)
  15. 15. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Cooperative not Competitive- Encourages the development of social skills- Affirms the child’s abilities and respectstheir individuality- Allows them to develop at their own pace.- Children need to feel emotionally and sociallysafe- Competition counteracts that safe feelingand inhibits social skill development
  16. 16. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Clover Kids programming used the E__ L__ M__. The simplified version has 3 steps: __, __, and __. The expandedversion has 5 steps: __, __, __, __, and __. (Section B: Child Development)
  17. 17. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Experiential Learning Model3 steps: Do, Reflect, Apply5 steps: Experience, Share, Process, Generalize, Apply
  18. 18. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. What are the 5 Life Skillsthat the Clover Kids Program focuses on developing in Clover Kids members? (Section B: Child Development)
  19. 19. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Self Understanding Social Interaction Decision Making Skills Learning to LearnMastering Physical Skills
  20. 20. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. What are common reasons why children misbehave?(Section C: Developing Positive Learning Environments and Group Management Strategies)
  21. 21. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.- They aren’t getting their needs met.- They don’t know what is expected.- They haven’t learned what isappropriate in the given situation.- They forget what to do.
  22. 22. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Group Management is critical to theClover Kids Program. What are 3 thingsa Clover Kids Leader can do to create achild friendly environment that supports children’s positive behavior? (Section C: Developing Positive Learning Environments and Group Management Strategies)
  23. 23. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Be preparedBe comfortableKeep a good “flow”Keep things hands-onMake it entertaining and funKeep a smile on your faceBe flexibleUse your voice to obtain attentionUse your physical presence strategicallyHave a system for getting attentionEncourage active adult participation
  24. 24. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. The I-CARE sequence is recommended as a way of redirecting children’s behavior. What does I-CARE stand for?(Section C: Developing Positive Learning Environments and Group Management Strategies)
  25. 25. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.I – InterruptC - Cool OffA – AffirmR – RedirectE - Educate
  26. 26. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Parent/care provide involvement iscritical to the success of the Clover KidsProgram. Identify two effective ways to communicate with parents/care providers. (Section D: Tools for Organizing Clover Kids Groups or Section C: Developing PositiveLearning Environments and Group Management Strategies)
  27. 27. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Greet parents Be availablePost a sign Create a Clover KidsSend notes home newsletterAsk parents Send 4-H newslettersHave Clover Kids write or Learn the names of parentsdraw what they did SmileCreate paper bracelets Talk to parentsCut clippings InviteStickers
  28. 28. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Can Clover Kids membersparticipate in county fairs? Explain (Section B: Child Development)
  29. 29. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Yes.The fair experience needs to be:- non-competitive- focused on participation, not achievement- encourage group exhibits as well as individualexhibits- process-focused rather than product-centered- be physically, emotionally, and socially safe- no large animals such as horses, cattle, sheep,swine, goats, etc.
  30. 30. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.What animals are appropriate for Clover Kids members tonon-competitively exhibit at the county fair? Why? (Section G: Safety)
  31. 31. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Pets (cats, dogs, fish,birds, rodents, etc.) Bucket/Bottle Calf
  32. 32. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.What resources are currentlyavailable for recruiting Clover Kids members? (Section F: Recruitment)
  33. 33. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Registration Form FlyerBooth Exhibit Ideas
  34. 34. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. Identify 3 possible field tripideas for Clover Kids Groups? (Section I: Field Trips and Community Service Ideas)
  35. 35. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in aSupportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Answers will vary.
  36. 36. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Name two games that can be played with the Clover Kids Groups and the games’ learning objective(s)?(Section J: Games and Activities)
  37. 37. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in aSupportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Answers will vary.
  38. 38. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.What lesson plan topics areavailable via the Clover Kids website? (Main Web Page)
  39. 39. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Sounds Clowning AroundExploring Fabric Fun-tivitiesButterflies Rockets AwayAmazing Water Money SenseWater Tension Trail MixPopcorn PumpkinsApple Pie Etc.Ocean FunSolar System
  40. 40. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment. List two discussion topicsaddressed in the Clover Kids Blog. (Main Web Page)
  41. 41. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.1 to 6 RatioSurviving ADHDLeader TrainingPower of QuestionShare your children’s day ideasInvolving parentsTransitioning Ideas60 Second Science SiteForce and Motion Experiments
  42. 42. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.What is the best Child/YouthDevelopment Program in the world?
  43. 43. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Clover Kids/4-H
  44. 44. Clover Kids: Where children experience the joy of learning in a Supportive, creative, challenging and fun environment.Thank you forbeing a CloverKids Volunteer!!

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