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Mini 4-H (Grades K-2)

January 27, 2020
Boone County Mini 4-H

Boone County Mini 4-H

Mini 4-H is a program designed to encourage positive development of children, kindergarten through second grade The goal of Mini 4-H is to help young children explore friendships outside 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.

The Mini 4-H year typically starts in April and runs through July. There is a Mini 4-H Club meeting once a month where youth do hands on activities and learn basics about the 4-H program and what it stands for... Head, Heart, Hands, Health. The Mini 4-H Club is run by adults approved as 4-H volunteers. Parents are welcome to stay at Mini 4-H meetings. All members that sign up by January 15th will receive information on the Mini 4-H year during the month of March.                                                                                                                                   

                                   

Mini 4-H Projects: 

Arts & Crafts

Cookie Decorating

Electric

Foods

Legos/Models

Livestock

Woodworking

Members will make a project outside of meetings (except electric) and bring to fair judging. There is a different project for each grade level. Each Mini 4-H member can take two projects each year. 

 

In the "Related Files" you will see a project manual for each project which will give you more info on the requirements of that project. 

 

2020 Fair Info: TBA

Make sure to sign up to bring your project to the fair. Click here to go to FairEntry and sign up what you are bringing to the fair. If you don't remember what projects you signed up for then you will need to go into your 4HOnline account and look it up. Click here for 4HOnline.  

Mini 4-H Judging Times:

 

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