Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station | [Cooperative Extension of Camden County]

Record Books

4-H members are encouraged to keep "record books" for each of their project areas and offices held. Record books are a way to keep track of a member's progress throughout the 4-H year and to reflect on the knowledge he/she has gained. Keeping an up-to-date record book teaches basic record keeping skills that members will surely find useful in the future. Record books can also be entered into a competition during the 4-H fair at the conclusion of each year.

Click on the links below to download printable versions of our 4-H record books.

 

4-H Project Record Books:

Bird & Poultry Project Record Book

Clothing & Textiles Project Record Book

Food & Nutrition Project Record Book

Goat Project Record Book

Herpetology Project Record Book

Horse Project Record Book

Model Horse Project Record Book

My 4-H Record Book: A General-Purpose Record Book

Rabbit, Cavy & Small Animal Project Record Book

Seeing Eye Puppy Project Record BookRecord Book

Teen Leadership Project Record Book

 

4-H Club Officer Record Books:

Health Officer's Guide

Secretary's Record Book

Treasurer's Record Book

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