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Wood Science

January 17, 2020

WOOD SCIENCE

State Fair Entries:  One woodworking project and one poster per level.

Completed record sheets and manuals are due into the Extension Office on or before June 29, 2020, 4:00 PM.  No records, or late/incomplete record sheets/manuals will result in an exhibit being considered for EXHIBITION ONLY—NO PLACING.

LEVEL 1 (grades 3 and 4)

In Measuring Up you need to:

  1. Complete three (3) activities in the project manual.
  2. Complete the record sheet at the back of the project manual.
  3. Exhibit one of the following options:
  4. Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of fine (5) techniques outlined in the Indiana 4-H Woodworking Tools, Techniques and Skills Chart (4-H 6875C-W). Exhibits may also include higher level techniques that have been mastered.  Any higher level techniques will not be counted as part of the minimum five (5), but will be evaluated for quality.  A Woodworking Skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
  5. *Poster on any topic covered in the Level 1 manual.

LEVEL 2 (grades 5 and 6)

In Making the Cut you need to:

  1. Complete three (3) activities in the project manual.
  2. Complete the record sheet at the back of the project manual.
  3. Exhibit one of the following options:
  4. Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of fine (5) techniques outlined in the Indiana 4-H Woodworking Tools, Techniques and Skills Chart (4-H 6875C-W). Exhibits may also include lower and/or higher level techniques that have been mastered.  Any lower/higher level techniques will not be counted as part of the minimum five (5), but will be evaluated for quality.  A Woodworking Skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
  5. *Poster on any topic covered in the Level 2 manual.

LEVEL 3 (grades 7, 8 and 9)

In Putting It Together you need to:

  1. Complete three (3) activities in the project manual.
  2. Complete the record sheet at the back of the project manual.
  3. Exhibit one of the following options:
  4. Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of fine (5) techniques outlined in the Indiana 4-H Woodworking Tools, Techniques and Skills Chart (4-H 6875C-W). Exhibits may also include lower and/or higher level techniques that have been mastered. Any              lower/higher level techniques will not be counted as part of the minimum five (5), but will be evaluated for quality.  A Woodworking Skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
  5. *Poster on any topic covered in the Level 3 manual.

LEVEL 4 (grades 10, 11 and 12)

In Finishing Up you need to:

  1. Complete three (3) activities in the project manual.
  2. Complete the record sheet at the back of the project manual.
  3. Exhibit one of the following options:
  4. Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of fine (5) techniques outlined in the Indiana 4-H Woodworking Tools, Techniques and Skills Chart (4-H 6875C-W). Exhibits may also include lower level techniques that have been mastered.  Any lower level techniques will not be counted as part of the minimum five (5), but will be evaluated for quality.  A Woodworking Skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
  5. *Poster on any topic covered in the Level 4 manual.

*Poster Requirements: See Poster Construction Rules on page 24 of your Handbook.

 

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