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Curriculum and Kits

Program Contact: Emily Killeen, 4-H Program Coordinator
(360) 867-2157 •

Thurston County 4-H Curriculum Catalog

The Thurston County 4-H Office has much of the National 4-H Curriculum on hand, available to borrow.  Browse the online catalog of resources to find out what’s available.  To check out items for club, school, afterschool, and homeschool use, contact the 4-H office at

STEAM Curriculum Kits (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math)

Thurston, Pierce, King, Kitsap, and Snohomish Counties are offering a regional network of STEAM curriculum kits for use by after-school programs, clubs, and classrooms. These are STEAM kits available through the county 4-H offices and kits may vary by county. Kits are available in all five counties, but must be reserved through your home county. Please allow enough lead time, as some kits are more popular than others.

Here’s the link to the shared Curriculum Kits website. Contact your home county for more information and to reserve kits.

Thurston County 4-H also has many STEM/STEAM kits available to borrow:  Thurston County 4-H STEM Kits
More kits are being developed so if you have an idea for a great STEM or STEAM kit, let us hear from you.

In Thurston County STEM/STEAM Curriculum Kits are available through the generous support of the ZONTA Club of Olympia.  You can also support this outreach program by donating to Thurston County 4-H Excellence Fund.

4-H Curriculum

Washington 4-H Curriculum and Resources can be downloaded as PDFs, most free of charge.
Here’s the link for WSU Extension Publications.

National 4-H Curriculum is available for purchase.