Buffalo County 4-H’s youngest engineers showcase their STEAM designs

Buffalo County 4-H’s Cloverbuds in grades K-2 had the opportunity to engineer and test their own STEAM boat, car or plane. Check out their designs and hard work practicing the critical thinking and problem solving skills! 4-H members will receive a certificate and a small 4-H prize for their participation.

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Logan Mayer, Kindergarten, Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club

Luke Mayer, Grade 2, Hilltop Climbers 4-H Club

Declan Bork, Grade 1, Hill & Hollow Helping Hands 4-H

Declan Bork, Grade 1, Hill & Hollow Helping Hands 4-H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalie Bork, Grade 2, Hill & Hollow Helping Hands 4-H

Natalie Bork, Grade 2, Hill & Hollow Helping Hands 4-H

Natalie Bork, Grade 2, Hill & Hollow Helping Hands 4-H

Autumn Marten, Grade 1, Cochrane-Fountain City 4-H Afterschool

Gavin & Lauren Segerstrom, Kindergarten, Mondovi Community Youth Center

Charlie Abts, Grade 2, Cochrane-Fountain City 4-H Afterschool

Gunner Eckelberg, Kindergarten, Cochrane-Fountain City 4-H Afterschool

Jacob Morris, Grade 1, Lucky 16 4-H

Gabby Cordle, Grade 1, Mondovi Community Youth Center

Carter Larson, Grade 2, Mondovi Community Youth Center

Camden Steele, Kindergarten, Cheerful Workers 4-H

Bradlee Goetting, Grade 2, Hill & Hollow Helping Hands 4-H Club

William Dittrich, Grade 2,
Golden Hornets 4-H Club

Kinley Thornsen, Kindergarten, Mondovi Community Youth Center

Addison DeWyre, Grade 1, Mondovi Community Youth Center

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