You will learn how to build a model while being able to customize it.
For Judging and Check-in information, consult the current 4-H Catalog.
Adams County paperwork is attached as a file after the Project & Exhibit Requirements below and the Craft Card can be found here.
Project and Exhibit Requirements:
- There are three divisions:
- Beginner (Grades 3-5)
- Intermediate (Grades 6-8)
- Advanced (Grades 9-12)
- Completed record sheet must be turned in by the established and posted date.
- Exhibits must be a small scale replica and meet the following criteria:
- Must be of injected styrene plastics
- At least 25% of the exhibit must be painted
- Wood, paper, clay, die-cast, or snap together models are not permitted
- Screws are not permitted
- Pre-painted or pre-decaled factory models are not permitted
- Legos are not considered models and are to be exhibited as Construction Sets.
- Snap type models are ONLY acceptable in Beginner levels, but must also include some painting and/or decals.
- Models with engines that run are acceptable ONLY in Advanced Division.
- Members are encouraged to make different kinds of models and models not made from a kit.
- Models will be judged on workmanship, appropriateness for age, creativity, and completed record sheet.
- No die casts or items that fall under the Construction Set project.
- Attach to project—4-H-618A-W “4-H Craft Information Card” for description of work completed on the project to be turned in at project check-in.
- If the model is being built from a kit, include a copy of the instructions with the craft information card.
- Premiums and Grand Champions will be determined by the method stated in the Adams County 4-H Governing Rules under the General Project Rules section.