Get started today learning with Soccer & 4-H at Home! Participant learning is designed to take place at home and all soccer skills can be completed inside or outside.
Here's how it works! Soccer & 4-H at Home is an at your own pace 10 session program that will have weekly activities posted , starting May 17, 2021 through July 26, 2021. Any youth from any part of the U.S. is welcome to participate. Soccer & 4-H at Home includes various topics such as Soccer Fundamentals (skills), Learn and Earn, Home Challenges, Do and Serve Others, and Eat Well. Program and opportunities ending by Mid July 2021.
Instructions on how to participate in Soccer & 4-H at Home:
Register here to participate: go.illinois.edu/SoccerAtHome
First, in order to have access to the active links, the document will have to be downloaded as a PDF. Follow the steps below, here's what you have to do:
Step 1: Open the PDF each week. Complete Soccer Fundamentals (skills), Learn and Earn, Home Challenges, Do and Serve Others, and Eat Well. (click on the icon or picture to see the link attached)
Step 2: After completing each week, go to the Soccer & 4-H at Home Report Back Form, and select the correct answers.
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For each participant, that completes the Learn & Earn Report Back for weeks 1-5 you will be eligible to receive a 4-H water bottle (limit of first 60 participants). Continue to explore information within the embedded links as additional sessions are released!
For each participant, that completes the Learn & Earn Report Back for weeks 6-10 you will be eligible to receive a 4-H T-Shirt (limit of first 60 participants).
Thank you to the Indiana 4-H Soccer for Success team, Purdue Extension County Educators Gayle O'Connor from LaPorte County, and Rachel Rawls from Saint Joseph County and Xiomara N. Diaz, New Audiences Specialist from Purdue Extension in Indiana. To Paco Espinosa from Metropolitan Soccer, Angela and Celeste from A&C with a Twist, Patty Sanders from Purdue Extension Nutrition Education Program and Laura E. Valencia, University of Florida Osceola County Extension 4-H Agent for the special collaboration.