4-H Project Records

4-H Project Records are used by 4-H members to demonstrate the goals they have set, what they have learned, and what they have achieved during their 4-H year. The records should provide clear and detailed information so that anyone can understand the project, the outcomes, and learning.

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4-H members are recognized for their project work at the annual 4-H Year-End Celebration in the fall!

4-H Project Records allow 4-H members to express their learning in a variety of ways, the most common being the Project Record Forms and Reflection Tools. These can be completed and submitted electronically, or by printing, filling by hand, and delivering them to the Extension office. Records should be worked on throughout the 4-H year, starting when the project is still in the planning stage. Completed Project Records should be submitted to the Extension office for evaluation and feedback by September 30 of each year.

Knox-Lincoln 4-H members are recognized for their completed projects each year at the 4-H Year-End Celebration in the fall!

If you need an accommodation or have an idea for an alternative way to demonstrate what you have learned in your project, please discuss this with your leader or adult advisor before you begin. 4-H staff will work with you on a solution.


Maine 4-H Project Records and Resources