Science and Technology Projects

Science and Technology projects can take many forms.  4-H members can build a project in the Science and Technology project area by joining a Lego Robotics club, learning to make and blast off rockets, participating in school science fairs or 4-H demonstration contests, building a lamp or many other things the imagination can imagine!

You can start here for some ideas:

First Lego League Team (ages 9-14)
Junior Lego Club (ages 5-8)

For Teachers and 4-H Club Leaders!  Science on the Move Mobile Education Unit
Make learning fun with these kits and supplies available for you to check out and use in your classroom or 4-H club meeting. Some of the kits available are: "Who Killed Henry Ward? (forensics science); Wind Power; Embryology; Junk Drawer Robotics; Lego Robotics; Bridge-building; GPS; Snap Circuits and much, much more.  Check out kits or invite the trailer to come to your school for a week!
Click here for a complete inventory of the Science on the Move Trailer kits available for check-out by teachers and 4-H club leaders. 
Click here to go the South Carolina 4-H Science on the Move Initiative website.

4-H National Youth Science Day
The world's largest youth-led science experiment, 4-H National Youth Science Day offers students an exciting and unique challenge each year.
2014: Rockets to the Rescue
2013:  Maps and Apps
2012:  EcoBots
2011:  Wired for Wind

Here are some simple, inexpensive activities to Make Learning Fun
Make a Marshmallow Shooter
Make a Marshmallow Catapult
Make a pinwheel to see "The Power of Wind"
Paper Rockets
Chemistry is Fun (Ice Cream in a Bag, Borax Slime, Volcano)
Balloon Flinking (Configure a helium balloon so it neither sinks or floats.)

Fun Contests and Challenges
Click on the link to find information on the State 4-H Engineering Challenge here.