NEW 4-H Project Report Forms
Record keeping and Project Reporting are valuable skills taught to members of the Kansas 4-H program. Members are encouraged to keep a permanent record of all 4-H and Non-4-H Experience and are encouraged to summarize their experiences on the Kansas 4-H Project Report Form for project recognition.
To help you through this process, please refer to the Guide to Kansas 4-H Project Recognition.
Before you begin to keep project record reports for the year, please make sure you have a current version of Adobe Reader DC. If you do not, you may download a free version, here:https://get.adobe.com/reader/. When you click on that link, the following screen will appear. "Uncheck" the 3 boxes in the middle column and click on the link circled in green to begin your download. Follow the prompts to download and install Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.
*Please note: when opening a form below, please open it and save it to your desktop or device before entering information. You must download or open the form, then "save as" or you run the risk of losing your work.*
Project Recognition Check Sheet (fillable PDF)
Personal Information Page (fillable PDF)
Permanent Record (fillable Word)
Project Record Report Forms
Junior General Project Report Form (ages 7-9) fillable PDF
Junior Animal Project Report Form (ages 7-9) fillable PDF
Intermediate General Project Report Form (ages 10-13) fillable PDF
Intermediate Animal Project Report Form (ages 10-13) fillable PDF
Senior General Project Report Form (ages 14-18) fillable PDF
Senior Animal Project Report Form (ages 14-18) fillable PDF
Special Award Applications
- I Dare You Award
- County 4-Her’s 16 years and older who have completed their sophomore or junior year in high school.
- Must fill out an application
- 4-H Key Award
- To apply, must be 16 years or older as of January 1 of the current year.
- To apply, eligible youth must complete the Key Award application form.
- Reporters Notebook Award
- Club reporters can turn in their reporters notebook at the same time record books are turned in for county awards.
- First place notebook will be eligible for area competition. Notebook will be judge on completeness , quality of writing, timeliness, goals and evaluation, organization, & neatness.
- Historian Scrapbook Award
- County level award only.
- The historian’s book is to tell the story of the club for the year. It is to include: title page, group members, officers, and leaders, charter, clippings, pictures, ribbons, correspondence, secretary’s book from previous years, treasure’s book.
- Record Book Certificate & Seals
- To receive a certificate or seal for a completed record book, record book project sheet or KAP form must be completed for all projects enrolled.
- First year the record book is completed, 4-Her will receive a certificate
- Each year following a seal will be presented to add to the certificate.
Member Achievement Plans
- The pins are designed to recognize youth for achieving that level of participation in the 4-H program.
- This is not a competitive process. All youth who complete an application and whose application is deemed as complete, will receive a recognition pin.
- Only one achievement pin may be received each year.
- All youth must receive the pins in the order listed above with this exception. Youth who are over 12 and applying for their first pin may skip the member and bronze pins. Junior Leader pin can be received at any time after age of 12.