4-H Consumer Judging
4-H Consumer Judging allows 4-H'ers to practice making decisions by comparing items and deciding which is better and why based on product standards. The goal of 4-H Consumer Judging is to teach 4-H'ers to make wise consumer choices.
2012 Iowa 4-H Consumer Judging District Contest Resources
The resources below can be used to prepare for the Iowa 4-H Northwest District Consumer Judging Contest on September 15 at the Clay County Fair.
Printing Digital Photographs (Texas AgriLIFE Extension Resource)
Food and Nutrition
Food Safety Information for Consumers (Washington State University)
Nutritious Food and NutritionSnacks (Texas AgriLIFE Extension Resources)
Environment and Sustainability
Lightbulbs (New Mexico 4-H)
Lightbulbs (University of Tennessee Resource)
Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs (Texas AgriLIFE Extension Resource)
Green Cleaning Products (Texas AgriLIFE Extension Resource)
Green Cleaners Reviews Consumer Reports
"Greening Your Purchase of Cleaning Products" Environmental Protection Agency
4-H Fundraisers (Texas AgriLIFE Extension Resources)
Iowa 4-H Consumer Judging Resources
2010 Iowa 4-H Consumer Judging Connect Meeting Excellent introduction to the basics of Consumer Judging. Topics include: Introduction to Consumer Judging, Setting up a Consumer Judging Contest, and Introduction to the 2010 Consumer Judging Classes.
2012 4-H Consumer Judging Contest Situation Resources
Food and Nutrition
"All Fluids Are Not Created Equal" - Arkansas 4-H
"Energy Drinks 101" - Arkansas 4-H
Understanding the Food Label - University of Kentucky Extension
Breakfast Cereals - Georgia 4-H
"Sanding" - Utah State University Extension
2012 4-H Consumer Judging Contest Materials
2012 Consumer Judging What is Consumer Judging? This article contains a brief overview of Consumer Judging and what happens at a contest.
Consumer Judging Flier Counties can use this flier to promote Consumer Judging.
National 4-H Consumer Judging Resources
"Consumer Savvy" National 4-H Consumer Management Project Curriculum
"Decision Making - Such a Deal" Cyber Savvy Arcade Game Located under Grades 9-12 "Consumer Road Map"
Tennessee Consumer Decision Making Includes practice classes and guides to oral reasons
Northwest Iowa District Consumer Judging Staff
Carol Ehlers, Region 6 Youth Program Specialist
Brenda Welch, Region 5 Youth Program Specialist
Jo Engel, Clay County Program Coordinator
Jan Burk, Family Resource Management Specialist
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