SUPERINTENDENT: Colton Frew 765-432-8258
Monroe County Achievement Record Sheet required
THERE IS TO BE NO GLUING OF PIECES OR PAINTING OF BLOCKS.
All exhibits must be of a “free” or “original” design. For example, if your category suggests that you may build a car, it must be of your own design, not a “car kit” that can be bought. Overall design, construction techniques, soundness, sturdiness and balance will be some of the criteria used to judge this project. The use of the word “Lego” is used only as a guide for this project. You are free to use any brand of plastic snap-together or connecting pieces to complete your project. NO BIONICALS. Decals and other materials are optional to use.
DIVISION 1: Grades 3 - 4
- Build a “fictional” character or “thing”. Examples could be: an animal, a person, a statue, a totem pole, etc. NO motorized units will be allowed in this category. Attach a 3” X 5” index card to the exhibit describing the project.
DIVISION 2: Grades 5 - 6
- Build a structure (such as a house, skyscraper, barn, etc), or some type of vehicle (car, truck, plane, tractor, farm implement, boat, etc.). NO motorized units will be allowed in this category. Attach a 3” X 5” index card to the exhibit describing the project.
DIVISION 3: Grades 7 - 8
- Build and exhibit two of any related objects (new exhibits) from either Level A or B. Examples could be: two animals, two statues, two cars, etc. NO motorized units will be allowed. Attach a 3” X 5” index card to the exhibit describing the project.
DIVISION 4: Grades 9 - 12
- Build and exhibit a display of at least three objects that are related to each other. Some suggestions could be three cars, a tractor with two other pieces of machinery, a set of three building, or possibly the combination of a building and two vehicles. The display will not be larger than 2’ X 2’ square. Motorized units will be allowed in this category only. 4-H members in this category should show a great deal of thought and ingenuity in design and construction. Attach a 3” X 5” index card which describes the project.
Maximum project size will be limited to 24” X 24” by 36” for all levels. All exhibits must have a solid base.
No State Fair Entry