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Meade County

Record Book

Record Book Pages for a Non-competitive book

     Personal Page

     Permanent Record

Kansas Award Portfolio's (KAP) for competitive judging

     General KAP Instructions:  Please note every KAP, regardless of age division will need a cover page (Youth Name & Project) and personal page, followed by the KAP.

     Ages 7-9:  Junior KAP - (Word)  (PDF)  This form says for ages 7-8, Meade County allows 9 yr olds to still complete this form

     Ages 10-13:  Intermediate KAP** - (Word)  (PDF)

     Ages 14-18:  Senior KAP - (Word)  (PDF)

**Youth who have turned 14, but are still a 4-H age of 13, if you want to take your KAP to area judging, should use the Senior KAP.  You will still be judged against Int. KAP's, but then will be compared to any Senior KAPs.  We can only take one KAP per project area to area judging.  Using a Senior KAP, does not give any advantage or disadvantage to judging.

 

Here are some presentation tips.  You will find different types of presentations with outlines, guidelines, and or judging criteria attached.  

 

 

Presentation Overview

Presentation Brainstorming

Presentation Tips

Talk Planning Form

Project Talks

Project Score Sheet

Public Speaking

Public Speaking Score Sheet

Illustration Talks

Using Visual Aids

Demonstrations

Demonstration and Illustrated Talk Score Sheet

 

 

Regional Club Day Guidelines

 

RESCHEDULED Spring Fling - Horse Show Information

Rules, Show Bill and Entry Form - Updated 08/22/2018