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Mini 4-H Project (K-2)

February 5, 2021
Mini 4-H

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:       

Mini 4-H Virtual Experiences

 

State Mini 4-H Website

 

General Exhibit Requirements

  1. 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.
  2. One item may be exhibited for each project. Projects are not judged but instead discussed with the child. Each exhibit receives an identical ribbon.
  3. 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.
  4. Mini 4-H Projects include the following:

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