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4-H Electricity Project

Program Contact: Jenny W. Loyd, 4-H Program Coordinator
(509) 574-1600 •

lightbulbWant to learn how the electricity we
use every day works? Participating in
the electricity project will teach you
about topics such as magnetism and
circuit design. Also learn hands on skills
such as replacing switches.



  • Develop electrical skills and knowledge
  • Learn electrical terminology
  • Calculate electrical loads on circuits
  • Perform home maintenance electrical repairs
  • Be able to detect electrical hazards
  • Construct simple electrical connections
  • Identify types of electrical equipment
  • Help educate others about electrical concepts and skills

4-H Electricity Curriculum

Available from the Extension office or online at 4-H Electricity Curriculum

Electric Excitement 1 – Magic of Electricity
Electric Excitement 2 – Investigating Electricity
Electric Excitement 3 – Wired For Power
Electric Excitement 4 – Entering Electronics
Electric Excitement – Helper’s Guide
Electric Excitement – Materials Kit
Electric Excitement – Books & Materials Kit Bundle


National 4-H Electricity Resources
State 4-H Electricity Resources


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