2017-2018 County Recordbook Results:
Why is it important you keep a record of your 4-H activities? Because, by recording your activities you can remember all the fun you’ve had so far, and set future goals! Keeping records of 4-H projects could help you when you apply for college scholarships too! 4-H Record books are books you make to record your annual projects.
Recordbook covers (pictured above) can be purchased at the county extension office!
Depending on your age group you will fall into the Junior, Intermediate, or Senior category for the Recordbooks. As you progress to the next age group, you will keep your previous year’s report forms and keep adding new ones each year.
Clover For grades K-2
- 4-H Club Meetings Page
- Recordbook County Fair
- Recordbook Cover
- Recordbook Draw Favorite
- Recordbook I Certify Statement
- Recordbook Introduction Page
- Recordbook Write Favorite
For grades 3-5.
This group focuses on 1 main project for the current 4-H year.
For 6-8 grade.
This age group focuses on 1 main project for the current 4-H year.
- Intermediate Report Form | Word Version
- Intermediate Score Sheet
- Personal Information Sheet
- Tip Sheet
For grades 9-12.
This age group can do a max of 4 projects for the current 4-H year.
Resources for Students and Parents
- Family Guide to Recordbooks
- Recordbook Powerpoint Overview
- Recordbooks Checksheet 2018 – pdf – Word
- Recordbooks At A Glance Guide
- Recordbook Categories
- Family Guide to Record books
- Record Books 2018-2019 PowerPoint
- Record book Categories
- Record book report Forms (includes Check Sheet and Personal Information Page)
- Record book Results – 2014 | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018