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February 26, 2019

This is your online resource for the 4-H Woodworking project. The record sheet and plan booklets are below.

If you have any questions, please refer to the 4-H Handbook or contact the Extension Office.

*If you have trouble accessing any of these documents below because of a disability, please contact the Jackson Co. Extension Office at (812) 358-6101 or send an email to mille330@purdue.edu.

 

Here are the requirements for this project:

WOODWORKING

    1. Complete 4 activities per year as indicated in Level 1 manual.
    2. 4-H member must fill out a record sheet to be turned in with the green/white record book.
    3. Bring manual with exhibit to judging.
    4. All posters, notebooks, and display boards must include a reference list indicating where information was obtained, giving credit to the original author, to complete the 4-H member’s exhibit. This reference list should/might include web site links, people and professionals interviewed, books, magazines, etc. It is recommended this reference list be attached to the back of a poster or display board, be the last page of a notebook, or included as part of the display visible to the public. A judge is not to discredit an exhibit for the manner in which references are listed.

    Level 1 (Grades 3-4)

    Exhibit Options (select one of the following)

    • Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of five (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, but nevertheless will be evaluated for quality.  A woodworking skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
    • Poster - The poster may be on any topic covered in the Level 1 manual.

    Level 2 (Grades 5-6)

    Exhibit Options (select one of the following)

    • Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of five (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, but nevertheless will be evaluated for quality.  A woodworking skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
    • Poster - The poster may be on any topic covered in the Level 2 manual.

    Level 3 (7, 8 & 9)

    Exhibit Options (select one of the following)

    • Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of five (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, but nevertheless will be evaluated for quality.  A woodworking skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
    • Poster - The poster may be on any topic covered in the Level 3 manual.

    Level 4 (Grades 10, 11 & 12)

    Exhibit Options (select one of the following)

    • Exhibit one article of choice made during the current 4-H program year demonstrating a minimum of five (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, but nevertheless will be evaluated for quality.  A woodworking skills sheet is to be submitted with the exhibit for judging.
    Poster - The poster may be on any topic covered in the Level 4 manual.

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