Cloverleaf Project Achievement (4th-6th grades)
Cloverleaf Project Achievement (4th-6th grade)
Competition in late January/early February at Georgia Highlands College in Rome, Georgia
- Register- Turn in your intent to compete to the Extension Office by registration deadline. Call the 4-H Office for exact date and details
- Choose a Topic- Something you are passionate about, then fit it into a topic off the project list
- Prepare a Presentation- 4-6 minutes speech. Assistance is available from our office.
- Gather Visual Aids- Posters and/or props that support your presentation
- PRACTICE!- Student must practice at least twice at the Extension Office prior to the competition
- Present- 4-H provides transportation to the competition. Parents are welcome to attend the event. (Please note that lunch and travel is NOT covered for parents.)
NOTE: You may email Mr. Caleb at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have
Parts of Project Achievement
- Examples of Cloverleaf Presentations
- Tips for a Great Presentation
- Good/Bad Poster Examples
- What Parents Need to Know
Rules & Regulations for Project Achievement
The Georgia 4-H Activity & Awards Guidebook includes all state-wide policies and procedures. 4-H'ers and adults are encouraged to always review the Guidebook prior to an event. Changes are dates and highlighted in green.
The links below take you directly to the Guidebook information for that age group.