Deb Hall, Neil Bjurstrom, and Shirley Stakey4H 620MP
As you learn more about music, you probably will discover yourself enjoying it more. You can set your own goals for learning activities based on your interests and skills in music.
As you set music project goals, challenge yourself to learn more than you know and can do now. Seek out new experiences and learning opportunities.
In the music project, you can:
- develop and demonstrate performance skills,
- listen to and learn about various types of music,
- compose or arrange music, and
• explore the construction of musical instruments
Denise L. Schwab, Judith M. Levings, and John Creswell4H 381A
This 4-H Crop Project Guide is to help you learn the basics about crop production and related careers.
Denise L. Schwab, Judith M. Levings, and John Creswell4H 381B
Welcome to the 4-H Crop Project Guide. This guide is intended to help you learn the basics about crop production and careers related to crop production.
Denise L. Schwab, Judith M. Levings, and John Creswell4H 381C
This manual is packed with activities to help youth in grades 9–12 learn about integrated crop management, hybrid selection, profitability, safety, and harvesting.
Denise L. Schwab, Judith M. Levings, and John Creswell4H 381LDR
Some of you may be thinking that you have a strong understanding of crop production, but really don’t know how to work with youth. That’s OK! As long as you really care about helping youth learn and grow, you will do a great job as a crops project leader!
Michael C. Anderson4H 511C
This detailed handbook is a guide for 4-H'ers, 4-H leaders, county extension staff, show managers, judges, and others responsible for conducting 4-H light horse shows in Iowa.
Judith M. Levings, Sue Bogue, Carol M. Ouverson, and Jane M. Lenahan4H 802
Find out how to organize an outdoor cooking experience—includes planning the menu and building the fire/lighting the grill. Some recipes included.
Sue Bogue4H 850A
Understanding the steps to getting ready will help take the panic out of giving your first presentation. Like a puzzle, a presentation has different pieces that fit together. Sometimes the little puzzle piece doesn’t look like it makes sense until it is a part of the entire puzzle. Let’s look at the pieces to the presentation puzzle.
Sue Bogue and Charles V. Schwab4H 692MP
Use this guide to help identify some possible goals for your safety project and plan safety related goals in other projects.
Judith M. Levings, Sue Bogue, Wendy Brock, Diane Nelson, and Jane M. Lenahan4H 696
A 4-H project includes all the learning and activities that you do in one subject area during the entire year. It may include citizenship activities, leadership activities, or community service. A project is the whole enchilada!
Judith M. Levings, Sue Bogue, Wendy Brock, and Diane Nelson4H 696LDR
How YOU can help youth create their own 4-H projects.
Erin W. Hodgson4H 422
You can do all kinds of projects with insects. This guide can help you zero in on what interests you. Gives directions to make an insect exhibit. Also find helpful images that show how to make a display box and mount specimens.
JaneAnne Stout4H 634
Learn about the elements and principles of design and how to evaluate the quality of a design.
Cynthia L. Haynes4H 462
Tips on preparing and handling vegetables for 4-H and youth exhibits, including details for 40 different vegetables.
Sam Beattie, Elizabeth A. Meimann, Sue Bogue, and Diane Nelson4H 3023
Outlines guidelines for deciding whether a food exhibit is acceptable for Iowa 4-H fairs. Explains why some foods are not acceptable. Includes resource list and overview of general food safety principles.
Iowa 4-H Livestock Show Requirements: Animal Identification, Weighing, and Exhibiting Requirements for County, State, and Interstate Shows
Michael C. Anderson4H 202
This publication has two purposes:
(1) to summarize regulations relating to exhibiting animals at 4-H shows, and
(2) to provide additional suggestions for staff members and county program committees as they plan 4-H shows.
It is the expectation that all 4-H shows will comply with the regulations in this publication. Shows may have rules that are more restrictive but not less restrictive than state rules.
Keli M. Tallman4H 3046
New ISU Extension research shows that Iowa youth credit their 4-H clubs with making them better citizens, leaders, and communicators.
Sue Bogue4H 3010
If you are in 4th through 12th grade and live in the city, on the farm, or in between, then 4-H is for you. In 4-H you can . . .
- Have fun
- Make friends
- Learn and do new things
- Help others
4-H is filled with excitement for adults, too. As a volunteer, you can develop skills, abilities, and understanding so you can work effectively with 4-H’ers and others. You can help 4-H while 4-H helps you. Families learn and share in 4-H. More than 135,000 young people participated in Iowa 4-H activities last year.
Cynthia L. Haynes4H 464
Learn all the ins and outs of exhibiting cut flowers and houseplants at flower shows and fairs. Details provided for 16 different flowers.
Iowa State 4-H4H 492
This publication will help you increase your understanding of how and why some things work together and some simply "don't look right."
Iowa State 4-H4H 71E
Includes a checklist and guidelines for historians of 4H clubs.
Sue Bogue4H 71F
Includes a checklist and guidelines for news reporters for 4H clubs.
Mitchell L. Hoyer and Carol M. Ouverson4H 71HC
Club photographers can tell the 4-H story with photos that show 4-H'ers in action. Includes a checklist of duties, photo ideas, several photo examples, and helpful tips.
Mitchell L. Hoyer4H 71A
You, and all 4-H officers, are representatives. You represent not only the local group, but the whole 4-H program. Your skills and abilities, standards and ideals, grooming, speech, and even smiles represent 4-H’ers everywhere. Representing others is one of your most important responsibilities because it exists at all times—not just while you are at the 4-H meetings. Those who are not acquainted with 4-H, judge it by its officers.
Iowa State 4-H4H 71G
If you are the recreation leader for your 4H club, this publication provides a checklist, guidelines, and additional resources.
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