Department I - 4-H
Division W - Science, Engineering, Technology

​Superintendent: Steven Yabsley (254) 833-1533 steven.yabsley@gmail.com
See Tips for a Successful Still Life Exhibit
Points: Blue – 12 Red – 10 White – 8

RULES

  1. For all classes, exhibitor shall provide a 3"x5" note card listing what was done, tools used and if this project was a kit.
  2. All entries must have been created or substantially developed by the 4-H member as part of his/her project during the current 4-H year.
  3. Exhibits entered in previous years, which have been significantly added to during the current 4-H year, will be accepted if the entry is accompanied by a note describing the additions made to the entry. Entries entered this way, which in the judge’s opinion have not been significantly modified, will receive a ribbon, but no premium points.
  4. No graded school projects may be entered.
  5. One 4-H Still Life Exhibitor Record Form must be filled out for each exhibitor and accompany the exhibits when brought to the fairgrounds.
  6. Exhibitmanship is required of all exhibitors

CLASS 1 - ELECTRIC

CLASS 2 - WOOD SCIENCE

CLASS 3 - SMALL ENGINE, AUTOMOTIVE, & TRACTOR

CLASS 4 - ROCKETRY

CLASS 5 - BICYCLES

CLASS 6 - ROBOTICS

CLASS 7 – COMPUTER (see lots A-H)

CLASS 8 – Any other STEM related project

LOT

  1. Record Book - records used in development of a record book for another project, produced on a computer using any of the applications described below.
  2. Example of graphics capabilities created by a 4-H member.
  3. Example utilizing a word processing program.
  4. Example using a data base program.
  5. Example using an electronic spreadsheet.
  6. Exhibit a program designed by 4-H member. Show program coding and output.
  7. Example of a website designed by a 4-H member.
  8. Example of a computer slide presentation.
  9. Any other computer generated or related project not listed above or a combination of the media listed above.

SUBLOTS:
Add these numbers to lot letter above designating appropriate type of exhibit.

  1. Hard copy, printed copy of the computer output with a narrative description of the purpose, methods, and results.
  2. Demonstration - in the presence of the judge, provide a demonstration of the computer project and answer questions.
  3. Team Project combines both hard copy and a demonstration. The role and contribution of each team member must be described. Each team member should enter separately