This Cloverbud 4-H Horse Project Record Book has been created specifically for 4-H members ages 5-8. Cloverbuds are reviewed, but not graded on performance. They are participants only.

Keeping a record book is an important part of the project. It will help you set goals for the project year, record your accomplishments, and provide a place to keep important records from your 4-H project.

A record book is not meant to be a chore. Instead, it is a way for you to learn about your project, as well as other valuable lessons such as setting goals, collecting and evaluating information, and other life skills. It is important to keep your record book up to date, so that completing it does not become a chore at the end of the year.

Take a glance through the record book so that you can see what it includes. You will need to take photos for filling it out and telling your story.

Washoe Extension 4-H team 2022, 4-H Cloverbud Horse Record Book, Extension - University of Nevada, Reno - 4-H

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What is the Cloverbud Program?
Youth who are 5 to 8 as of January 1st of the current 4-H Year (Oct 1 to Sept 30) may join the 4-H Cloverbud Program, which has age appropriate activities and allows for creativity and encourages play.
Stark, C. 2019, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
Cloverbud 4-H Record Book
Record Book for all "Cloverbud" project members (ages 5-8), with the exception of Horse Cloverbud projects.
Washoe County Extension 4-H team 2022, Extension- University of Nevada, Reno forms

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