For Lamoille Valley 5th-8th graders and their families

NEW update! Passports no longer required for completion. Simply turn in your 6 completed activity sheets and email: passport@healthylamoillevalley.org

Questions? Email the address above.

Share Your Why: Passport Edition

Plan, Do, and Share Activities!

Instructions:

1. Click on and print one or the activity sheets below or pick them up at one of these locations

2. Complete both sides of the activity sheet: Plan, Do, and Reflect on an activity based on one of the skill areas below.

3. Complete and turn in all 6 activity sheets for a prize

4. Email passport@healthylamoillevalley.org telling us where and when you dropped off the sheets and which prize you want:

Complete all 6 activity sheets and receive one of the following prizes:

Vermont State Park Pass or gift certificate

Power Play Sports gift certificate

          Art Supply Kit or           Studio Store gift certificate

All prizes of $30 value. First 200 passports completed guaranteed a prize.

Activity Sheets

Pick-up & Drop-off Locations

Activity Ideas

For additional activities ideas check out our Live Your Why page

You don’t have to be a 4-H member to take advantage of all the great opportunities Vermont 4-H offers.

See the gallery of flyers below. Click HERE for additional information and registration

6th grader Noel W. shared:

8th grader Abraham K. shared:

 

Resourcefulness – Made lemon raspberry almond cake

Mental Health & Self ExpressionParticipated in River Art’s Workshop: Expressing Yourself Through Drawing and Painting

Physical Health – Went for a 4-5 mile walk

 Community Connections – Played Dungeons and Dragons at Morristown Centenniel Library

Volunteering – Volunteered at the Varnum Library

Resourcefulness – Made carrot cake

 Physical Well-Being – Walk around his property

 Community Connections – Went for a walk on a community trail and

Attended the online workshop – “Design Innovation Mindset: Shifting the Waste-to-Value Paradigm”

5th grader Adar F. shared:

Volunteering – Helped the JVA Boys Basketball Team at Peoples Academy

7th grader Lucille D. shared:

Self Expression – Sang songs from her choir with her younger sister

6th grader Christian D. shared:

Mental Health – Rode bike

Physical Well-Being – Backflips on the swings with friends

Self Expression – Listened to music

Community Connections – Showing acts of kindness to my peers and community

Resourcefulness – Made a bike path through the woods

Volunteering – Worked with sisters to help mom and dad

6th grader Stig shared:

Mental Health – dot-to-dot activities

Physical Well-Being – Skiing

Self Expression – Reading

Community Connections – Go to the block party

Resourcefulness – Watched nature shows

Volunteering – volunteered at a ski race

8th grader Captolia S. shared:

Mental Health – Made homemade fried dumplings with homemade dipping sauce

Physical Well-Being – Taking a walk everyday

Self Expression – Making art for people and seeing their reactions

Community Connections – Volunteering to get the neighborhood cemetery clean

Resourcefulness – Volunteering for the neighbor-to-neighbor program handing out food boxes

Volunteering – Cleaning the trash off roadsides 

Calendar of Events

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