The 4-H Small Engine project creates the education and hands-on opportunity for youth to learn all about engines. In this project youth will identify and discover the function of different engine parts, learn compression ratios, and safety issues, and lastly tear down and rebuild an engine all while learning the valuable life skills 4-H emphasizes like self-discipline, self-motivations, and goal-setting.
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