Resources by Lori Marsh
Each Lesson contains both information for the teacher and copy-ready Activity Sheets and Youth Evaluation forms. The teacher section begins by identifying both a life-skill objective and the connection to the SOLs. An estimate of the time required to conduct the lesson and a supply list are provided. A Background Information section prepares the teacher to present the material. The Procedure section describes how to conduct the activity. This is followed by a Answers to the Youth Activity Sheet, which discusses the questions/answers presented to the students by the activity. The Evaluation section contains the questions presented to the students on the Student Evaluation form, along with the answers.
|Mar 31, 2014||388-800 (4H-246NP)|
|Virginia 4-H School Enrichment, Scientific Inquiry||
This curriculum includes six lessons intended for youth in grades three through six. These activities are experiential and contain aspects of problem-based and inquiry-based learning.
|Mar 24, 2014||388-808 (4H-245NP)|
|Science Display & Demonstration||Jun 13, 2012||4H-37NP|
|Manure Spreader Calibration for Rear-discharge Equipment -- Handling Solid and Semi-solid Manures and Poultry Litter||May 1, 2009||442-004|
|Composting Your Organic Kitchen Wastes with Worms||May 1, 2009||442-005|
|Land Application of Broiler and Turkey Litter for Farming Operations Without a DEQ Permit||May 1, 2009||442-052|
|Pumping Water from Remote Locations for Livestock Watering||May 1, 2009||442-755|