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Using their HEADS to think and question.
On July 16, 2013, Cloverbuds and their adult partners gathered at Dyken Pond where they enjoyed a day of discovery and fun at the traditional Cloverbud Outing. All of the participants got to know each other with name games and get-acquainted activities.
The group explored wildlife in a variety of habitats at Dyken Pond. The pond study was very exciting. Cloverbuds found and identified different kinds of animals and larva and even saw a dragon fly go through metamorphosis. They explored the woods and learned new bird calls.
Thanks Dan Vitro for leading us on our exploration of Dyken Pond!
|Cloverbuds are the youngest participants in the 4-H Program. They are enthusiastic, curious, creative, robust and resilient young people who are growing physically, cognitively, socially and emotionally through a period of rapid and often uneven development. We know that each child develops on his or her own timetable so our Cloverbud Program provides a wide selection of activities. 4-H leaders can choose activities that are most appropriate for the developmental needs of their own Cloverbud members. |