4-H Record Book Forms

Subheadline: 
Allamakee County 4-H Record Book Forms and Award Information

4-H Record Books
The purpose of 4-H record keeping is to teach you how to keep records, which is an important life skill. Record keeping is an ongoing process that does not end when the 4-H year ends.  Achieving Goals through 4-H Record Keeping (4H-91)
4-H Record Book Order and Tips

4-H Yearly Summary (4H-0096) (All Members)
Expected Standards
(All Members)
Basic 4-H Project Record (4H-0096A) (Clover Kids K-3, Junior Members 4-6 grades)
Experienced 4-H Project Record (4H-0096B) (Intermediate Members 7-8 grades)
Advanced 4-H Project Record (4H-0096C) ( Senior Members 9-12 grades)
 
*Club Officer Award Application  Attention all presidents, vice presidents, secretaries, treasurers, historians, photographers, reporters, and recreation leaders — you have an opportunity to apply for an officer award. Officers may be any age. No interviews are required, just a brief summary of your experience as officer. You may only apply for one officer award, per year. Applications can be picked up at the Extension Office or online and are due to the office by October 1.

4-H Record Keeping Awards Applications
4-H Awards Eligible For
Seniors
(9-12 grades)
Intermediates
(7-8 grades)
Juniors
(4-6 grades)
Clover Kids
(K-3 grades)
*Alumni, Honorary, Friend of 4-H Award & 4-H Hall of Fame Nomination Form
Record Keeping Forms
Photography Worksheet (4H 643WS) (MSWord) (all grades)
Livestock Forms
Beef, Meat Goat, Sheep, Swine:

Horse & Pony

  • 4H 512WS Horse/Pony Worksheet (All Members who have Horse)

Pets

Poultry

Rabbit

Can't find what you are looking for?  Call the ISUEO Allamakee County Office at 563-568-6345 or Visit the Iowa 4-H webpage at /4h/projects/recordkeeping.htm
Allamakee County Suggested Order for 4-H Record Book
1. Title Page with Photo
Suggestions for your title page: current photo, name, 4-H club, years in 4-H, grade in school (last fall).
2. Expected Standards for Allamakee County (green)
3. Local 4-H Club Program (optional)
4. 4-H Yearly Summary – The summary helps you summarize your participation in 4-H projects, local group involvement and at community, county, area, and state levels.  Pictures and clippings related to club events may be placed here. Examples: club meetings, camps, float, county and state fair non-project activities
5. Project Records – One form is needed for each project in which you are enrolled.
*Goals are required for each project area.
*Financial records are encouraged for all members. Intermediate and senior members are required to include some type of financial statement on their projects. 
*Project related photos, clippings, and exhibit information should be placed after the forms.
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Remember to organize your 4-H record book.
It is recommended that each project area should be separated with a “tab” divider, and arranged with the most recent material on top in each project area.
Record Keeping Tips:
1. Be Neat.
2. Check spelling, grammar, and math.
3. Be sure to tell what you learned in each project throughout the year.
4. Please do not include the following items:  fair ribbons, feed tags, 4-H newsletter, club programs, or stall cards.
5. Goals are what you want to learn in each project and includes three parts:
          • ACTION - how you are going to do it.
          • RESULT  - what you will do
          • TIMETABLE - when you plan to have it completed. 
Ask yourself: Do you have control over all 3 parts of the goal? 
Examples:  I want to learn how to make chocolate chips cookies to serve at the March  4-H meeting. I want to train my dog to sit before county fair time. NOT : I want to win a blue ribbon at fair.
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