4-h Youth Development

4-H Club Resources

4-H Club Project Reports

Cloverbud Project Report Annual Project Report for ages 5-7

4-H Project Report Annual Project Report for Juniors, Intermediates, and Seniors

4-H Standards of Excellence forms can be found here: http://florida4h.org/staff/Awards_Handbook/standards.shtml

Horse Member Resources

Horse Record Book

4-H Volunteer Resources

Check Request Form
Monies Received Form
Fundraising Request Form

4-H Club Meeting Resource

Working with 4-H Club Officers

This Club Meeting Attendance Sheet should be used during each club meeting.  After the meeting please send a copy to the 4-H office. Club Meeting Attendance Sheet

4-H Projects and Curriculum can be divided out into five major Program Areas

*  Agriculture
*  Leadership, Citizenship, & Communication Expressive Arts
*  Individual, Family, and Consumer Sciences
*  Environmental 
*  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)

Within each of these program areas, 4-H members are able to choose from multiple projects.  All of the 4-H project books follow the motto of 4-H, "Learning By Doing".  Throughout the project, 4-H members will participate in hands on activities that require the youth to do activities, reflect upon the activity, new skill, or new information, and finally apply the new skill or information to their 4-H project and daily life.  This "Do, Reflect, Apply" approach is the basis for all 4-H projects. 

For a full list of 4-H projects check out the Florida 4-H Curriculum Website 

Questions? Please contact                                                                                                                                                                                          

Chelsea Woodard- UF/IFAS Extension 4-H Youth Development Agent   407-665-5571 cwoodard@seminolecountyfl.gov