How can you showcase what you learned?
Create an exhibit (poster, notebook, display board, or thing) that shows the public what you learned/did! Ideas include, but are not limited to: Weeds, train/scenery scale models, miniature dollhouse, architecture, clowning, alternative energy sources, music, auto mechanics, taxidermy, travel, diorama of historical event, etc.
What are the guidelines for showcasing/ exhibiting your project at the fair?
- Cloverbud 4-H members: Can enter one exhibit.
- Classic 4-H members: Can enter up to two exhibits either individually and as a team/group (two or more members working together). Categories:
- Grades 3-5 Individual
- Grades 6-8 Individual
- Grades 9-12 Individual
- Team/Group (all ages)
Note: A reference list must be included with your poster, notebook, or display board.
- Cloverbud 4-H members--no scorecard
- Classic 4-H members:
- You MUST include a completed copy of the 4-H General Record Sheet.
Classic 4-H members: Could your project advance to the state fair? No
How can you learn more about this project? (e.g., manuals, workshops)
Use the resources around you: the internet (especially a website like Pinterest), adults, friends, your 4-H club or another group you are a part of. We want you to dream and be creative!
Yes. Previously, you could enter up to three exhibits, but only two can be submitted in 2021.