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Home School Day Camp


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Home School Day Camp


HOME SCHOOL DAY CAMP AT THE NORTHERN VIRGINIA 4-H CENTER

"Science Live"

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Three days of “Science Live”! 4-H is America’s largest out-of-school educational based program for youth, and our mission is to develop youth and adults working with those youth to realize their full potential—becoming effective, contributing citizens through their participation in research-based, informal, hands-on educational experiences.  We call it experiential learning. Come spend time exploring Environmental Education, Leadership, and Outdoor Adventure in nature’s classroom!

We will spend some time in a figurative “one-room-school-house” with activities for all ages, and other times we will break into groups by age level to explore more “in-depth” materials.  

Each family will be asked to REGISTER at least one adult who is asked to attend at least one day of the event to maintain safe supervision.  Adults are welcome to the join us for the entire session.

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Parent - Child Cloverbud Camp


Parent - Child Cloverbud Camp


The Cloverbud experience is a unique youth development program designed to provide youth ages 5-8 with an introduction to the 4-H experience. Activities focus on small group engagement in cooperative, non-competitive learning activities. Participants are encouraged to learn and develop at their own pace.

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Parent-Child Cloverbud Camp is a two-night residential camp designed to give younger children an opportunity to spend the night away from home and experience what 4-H camp has to offer while sharing this experience with a parent, grandparent, or other trusted adult.  It is a wonderful opportunity for youth to make new friends, gain new experiences, and most importantly, have fun! 

Every camper must be accompanied by a parent or adult, however, multiple cloverbuds may share a parent/adult. Adults should register along with campers. Accompanying adults and children will lodge together, sharing a room with up to two other participants.  While camp activities will be facilitated and supervised by camp staff, individual supervision of campers is the responsibility of the accompanying adult.