Record Keeping and Record Books

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Recordkeeping is a very valuable skill taught to members of the Texas 4-H program. Members are encouraged to keep project records and have these records reviewed annually by submitting a Texas 4-H Recordbook. The primary purposes of completing a recordbook are for a young person to develop the skills necessary to set goals, work toward achieving those goals, reflect on his/her experiences, and set new and higher goals for themselves. A secondary benefit is to prepare young people for the process of completing quality academic scholarship applications.


Recordbook Forms

  • UPDATED - Personal Information Page – PDF | Word
  • UPDATED - Family Guide for Recordbooks – Word | PDF
  • Check Sheet – PDFUpdated April 23, 2012
  • UPDATED - Senior Report Form – PDF | Word
  • UPDATED - Senior Score Sheet – Word
  • UPDATED – Junior Report Form – PDF | Word
  • UPDATED - Junior Score Sheet – Word
  • UPDATED – Intermediate Report Form – PDF | Word
  • UPDATED - Intermediate Score Sheet – Word

Teaching Aids For Volunteers, Agents and Parents

  • Senior Tip Sheet – PDF
  • Junior Tip Sheet – PDF
  • Intermediate Tip Sheet – PDF
  • Recordbook Overview for Members – Powerpoint
  • 4H Reports Guide – PDF
  • 4H Reports Screen Shots – Powerpoint
  • Recordbook Objectives – PDF
  • 4H Activity Record Keeping Form – PDF
  • Project Record Keeping Form – PDF
  • NEW! Workbook – Intermediate – PDF
  • NEW! Workbook – Junior – PDF
  • NEW! Workbook – Senior – PDF

Recordbook Judging Results

  • 2008 Results in PDF
  • 2009 Results in PDF
  • 2010 Results in PDF
  • 2011 Results in PDF
  • 2012 Results in PDF
  • 2013 Results in PDF

Contact Information

Dr. Montza Williams
Extension 4-H Youth Development Specialist
District 5
P.O. Box 38
Overton, TX 75684
Phone: 903-834-6191
Fax: 903-834-6257
E-mail: ml-williams@tamu.edu

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