4-H Project Record Sheets
Many projects require record sheets instead of, or in addition to, a project manual. The 4-H Handbook explains the requirements for each project.
Record sheets should be filled out as neatly and completely as possible. This is an important part of the learning experience. Parents/guardians may provide guidance, but 4-H members are expected to do their own writing or typing. Record sheets must be signed by a leader before judging.
Keeping good records can help you
- • learn organization skills
- • learn to set and achieve goals
- • appreciate what you have learned
- • explain to others what you have accomplished
- • keep track of project costs and learn budgeting skills
- • complete scholarship applications, job resumes, etc.
Arts and Crafts
The same Record Sheet is used for all of our Arts & Crafts projects: Artificial Floral Design, Basic Craft Other, Basketry, Ceramics-Handbuilt, Ceramics-Poured, Fine Arts, Latch Hook, Leather, Needlecraft, Needlecraft Other, Plastercraft/Resin, Scrapbooking, Soft Dolls & Toys, Reclaimed Treasures, Wearable Art, and Wreaths.
Collections • Consumer Meats • Creative Writing • Exploring through Books •
Exploring through Movies • Farm Model • Gift Wrapping •
History for Fun • Lego • Models • Music • Sports Fitness • Table Setting
Record sheets for other projects may be available in project manuals or from the Indiana 4-H website.