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GENERAL 4-H PROJECTS


4-H ADVENTURES

S - 20 - 1* Grades 9+

S - 20 - 2* Grades 6-8

S - 20 - 3 Grades 3-5

S - 20 - 4 Grades K-2
Requirements:

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This area is for youth who to exhibit work learned through their participation in a 4-H Adventure program.
AEROSPACE

P - 10 - 1* Grade 9+

P - 10 - 2* Grade 6-8

P - 10 - 3 Grade 3-5
Requirements:

- Flyable models should be ready for flight (do not include fuel); recovery system should be in place and operative.

- Members should be familiar with safety codes in 4-H curriculum.

Exhibit Suggestions:

- Flyable models built from kit or your own design.

- Non flyable models built from kit or your own design.

- Display of other equipment needed for aerospace project.

- A rocket launch.
BICYCLE

P - 20 - 1* Grade 9+

P - 20 - 2* Grade 6-8

P - 20 - 3 Grade 3-5

Exhibit Suggestions:

- Display showing types of bikes, parts of a bike, maintenance, traffic rules, bicycling hazards, how to wear a helmet, equipment used to teach others about bike repair or first aid, etc.

- Notebook or picture story of a bike rodeo or other bike event you helped with, or research on some other aspect of bicycling that was presented to a class or service club.
CAT

P - 30 - 1* Grade 9+

P - 30 - 2* Grade 6-8

P - 30 - 3 Grade 3-5

P - 30 - 4 Cat show
Requirements:


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A cat may be entered in the cat show or the pet show, not both

- Be prepared to answer questions about your cat and its care.



Exhibit Suggestions:

- Educational exhibits may include models, diagrams or pictures. Members must have a photograph of themselves with their cat shown on a display or poster. Educational exhibits judged between 3-7 pm June 19th in the 4-H building.


CHILD & FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

P - 40 - 1* Grade 9+


P - 40 - 2* Grade 6-8

P - 40 - 3 Grade 3-5
Requirements:

- Exhibitors should be prepared to discuss, in conference judging, the age and other characteristics of the child for whom the exhibit is intended and how the exhibit contributes to the child's growth, development, and well-being.

- If the exhibit is designed to be interactive with children, the item is to be used with children before exhibiting and a photograph of this activity must accompany the exhibit. Signs of use will not detract from the placing of the exhibit.

Exhibit Suggestions:

- Toy, game, puzzle, puppets, art/craft materials, etc., made from new or recycled/throw-away material.

- Babysitting kit/travel kit/rainy day kit, including at least one item made by exhibitor.

- Original book, story, poem, song, play, cookbook, audio or video tape and narrative, activity book, safety manual for children, file about children and/or families.

- Scrapbook, photographs, items, reports, video, etc., on family heritage with description of what was learned about self and family.

- A creatively developed program and/or item used for or with a person with a special need (gifted, developmentally delayed, physically impaired, etc.).


CITIZENSHIP

P - 50 - 1* Grade 9+

P - 50 - 2* Grade 6-8

P - 50 - 3 Grade 3-5

Exhibit Suggestions:

- 3-Ring binder, report binder or 3-sided display reporting on community projects and/or citizenship activities which you or your club completed under your leadership. Include plans of action as well as the evaluation of each.

- A written narrative and/or visual communication presentation of 8 to 10 minutes, using photos, video and/or slides, to show how you worked with others in your community to solve problems.
CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

P - 60 - 1* Grades 9+ - Clothes You Make

P - 60 - 2* Grades 6-8 - Clothes You Make

P - 60 - 3 Grades 3-5 - Clothes You Make

P - 60 - 4* Grades 9+ - Clothes You Buy

P - 60 - 5* Grades 6-8 - Clothes You Buy

P - 60 - 6 Grades 3-5 - Clothes You Buy

P - 60 - 7* Grades 9+ - Non Garment Exhibit

P - 60 - 8* Grades 6-8 - Non Garment Exhibit

P - 60 - 9 Grades 3-5 - Non Garment Exhibit

P - 61 - 1* Grades 9+ - Fashion Revue Clothes You Make


P - 61 - 2* Grades 6-8 - Fashion Revue Clothes You Make

P - 61 - 3 Grades 3-5 - Fashion Revue Clothes You Make

P - 61 - 4* Grades 9+ - Fashion Revue Clothes You Buy

P - 61 - 5* Grades 6-8 - Fashion Revue Clothes You Buy

P - 61 - 6 Grades 3-5 - Fashion Revue Clothes You Buy
Clothes or Non Garment You Make Requirements:

- Each garment must include an information tag listing: pattern company name and number, fiber content of fabric and care instructions, member name and club.

- Garments may have been worn before showing, but should be cleaned before exhibiting.

- Items constructed should be appropriate for skill level and experience of exhibitor.


Clothes or Non Garment You Make Exhibit Suggestions:

- A project such as a pillow top, tote bag, chef’s apron, skirt with elastic waistband, backpack, etc.,

- A constructed garment made from a pattern

- Creative sewing such as wearable art, costume, or use of techniques such as knitting, cross-stitch, etc, incorporated into garment.

- Clothing or textiles display showing a "fact" or "why" related to clothing selection, care.

- Garment mended, repaired or recycled, with color photo of original garment and explanation of steps used.

Clothes or Non Garment You Buy Requirements:

- The purchased garment or outfit must be accompanied by an 8-1/2"x 11" binder with, at minimum, the following information:

a) Colored photo of member wearing the garment. Label photo with name, county, and color of complexion, hair and eyes.

b) Cost of garment. Explanation of why garment was purchased and examples of ways it will be used in existing wardrobe, and include inventory of wardrobe.

- Garments may have been worn before showing but should be cleaned and pressed before exhibiting.

Clothes or Non Garment You Buy Exhibit suggestions:

- A purchased garment that fits into your wardrobe plan.

- A poster showing cost comparisons, wardrobe building, accessorizing, care, etc.
Fashion Revue Clothes You Make or Buy Requirements

- Participants may model any clothing they have constructed, restyled or purchased as a part of their 4-H clothing project.


NOTE** At State Fair, clothing exhibitors can use the same garment to participate in both Fashion Revue and regular clothing in the same year.
CLOVERBUDS

J - 1 - 1 A group project completed by your Cloverbud club (e.g., Cloverbud Club Banner, Cloverbud Poster, etc.).

J - 1 - 2 Any one item made by the Cloverbud member at a Cloverbud 4-H Club meeting.

J - 1 - 3 Any one item made at home. Some ideas include: 3 cut flowers in a vase, a potted plant, vegetable creature or creation, a nutritious food snack, a simple item you made for your home like a pillow, placemat, etc., rock creature, paper bag puppet, 4 interesting objects of nature, tree leaf collection, display of insects, simple craft item, or anything else you can think of.

K - 1 - 7 Cloverbud Demonstration - Individual

K - 1 - 8 Cloverbud Demonstration - Team

J - 3 - 6 Cloverbud Pet Show


No State Fair trips in this division.
Requirement:

- Cloverbud members have completed kindergarten or grades 1-2.


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