4-H Building Health Advocacy Skills Project
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4-H Building Health Advocacy Skills Project

  • Author(s): Borba, John
  • Diaz, Claudia
  • Horowitz, Marcel
  • Iaccopucci, Anne
  • Klisch, Shannon
  • Lewis, Kendra
  • Soule, Katherine
  • Worker, Steven
  • et al.
Abstract

The 4-H building health advocacy project sheet outlines activity ideas for youth at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels of skill. Gives suggestions on how to tie the activity to STEM, healthy living, citizenship, and leadership goals. In this project you can learn how be an advocate for good health in your community and a role in sustainable change

  • •Explore how individual choices and social and environmental factors can influence food choices and physical activity
  • •Become a citizen scientist through data collection, analysis, and problem solving
  • •Educate decision-makers on issues that impact your community

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