Attention Grades K-2! Mini 4-H is a non-competitive program designed to encourage positive development of children in kindergarten through second grade. The goal of Mini 4-H is to help young children explore friendships outside of the family; explore the way in which things work; practice both small and large muscle control; and think about the ways people work together on projects.
We would like to introduce our new Mini 4-H Superintendent, Kara Mackey. Kara has plans to move our Minis along their 4-H journey by implementing virtual fun learning experiences!!! To find more details on Mini 4-H Activities, Virtual Experiences, and the Digital Moving Storytime Videos, please visit the Lake County Parks & Recreation page here:
General Exhibit Requirements
- Mini 4-H is a program designed to encourage positive development of children in kindergarten through second grade. Mini 4-H members and family work together to complete their project. Please see the Mini 4-H Handbook for more information.
- One item may be exhibited for each project. Projects are not judged but instead discussed with the child. Each exhibit receives an identical ribbon.
- All exhibits must have a Lake County Mini 4-H exhibit label securely attached. Poster exhibits must be 11"x14" to be displayed horizontally, with stiff backing and clear plastic covering, with the Mini 4-H exhibit label must be attached in lower right hand corner.
- Mini 4-H Projects include the following:
- Arts and Crafts
- Reading Together
- Health & Safety
- My Pet & Me
- Helping at Home
- Microwave Cooking
- Sun, Stars & Space
- Farm Animals
- Plants & Flowers
- Whales & Dolphins