agents, specialists and volunteers are working to create activity
sheets for each peoject area. The activity sheets will be
Web-based so that they are accessible to 4-H'ers, leaders
activity sheets are already available and many other are in
the creation process. The state 4-H staff is working very
closely with agents, specialists and Marketing and Communications
Services so that the sheets contain accurate information and
also reflect the positive youth development model that is
the basis for the statewide 4-H program.
goal is to have at least one beginning, intermediate, and
advanced level activity sheet for each project. Supplemental
sheets will enhance the activity sheets by providing project
information with a narrower focus. For example, the leadership
project will have a supplemental sheet on parliamentary procedure.
is a step-by-step look at the process for developing activity
Developers will utilize the template (see below) to create
a 2-3 page, age-appropriate activity sheet.
wishing to begin the formatting process in Microsoft
Publisher may use the Publisher
should view the PDF version for more information on
the process and required components, which include a
life skill focus, project goals and activities, project
information, hands-on activities, career exploration,
vocabulary exercises, service project ideas, other project
opportunities, and additional resources. The activity
sheet components should be typed and sent to the state
4-H office to be designed in conjunction with Marketing
and Communications Services.
will submit the activity sheet to Alice Ann Moore in the
state 4-H office.
with all Extension publications, the activity sheet will
go through a review process with the subject matter specialists,
Marketing and Communications Services, and the state 4-H
sheet will be assigned a “W” number (for Web-based
publications) and be posted on the 4-H Web site.
contact the state 4-H office if you need additional information.