Teacher’s Corner

Calling all Educators!

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Montgomery County invites you to participate in the 4-H curriculum enrichment programs.

Texas 4-H, which is the youth development component of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, strives to provide assistance to educators by making resources available to them from the National 4-H Council, national land grant university system, various state agencies, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Texas 4-H offers a variety of enrichment programs that are supported at their core on the state level, and also involve county and local resources.

Our activities and learning materials can be beneficial in a large number of classroom situations, particularly in the natural sciences.

Junior Master Gardener (JMG)

Junior Master Gardeners (JMG) is a youth gardening education series highlighting horticulture, wildlife, insects, water, soil, plant growth & development, literature, healthy eating habits, and much more!

Hatching in the Classroom

The “Hatching in the Classroom” curriculum offers a unique science project that will involve and excite students with “real life” discoveries. This project utilizes incubators to hatch chick eggs in the classroom, emphasizing life cycles and biological processes.

The Teacher’s Source

Teacher’s Source Newsletter showcases some of the curriculum that is available through the Extension Service.

Texas 4-H Resource Catalog

The 4-H Resource Catalog shows even more curricula that is available through Extension.


Group Enrollment Form (pink sheets)

The Group Enrollment Form must be submitted each time you complete a 4-H or Extension program or lesson series. The form is simple to fill out. Contact us with any questions you might have about filling out the form.

Enrollment forms are very important to us. They help us tell key stakeholders how important Extension programs are in our county and assist us in sharing your successes.

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