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Recycling (County ONLY)

November 13, 2019

 

 Project Rules:

  1. ALL completed record sheets and manuals/activity books must be turned in to the 4-H Club leader by July 8, and must be securely attached in the green “Indiana 4-H Club member’s Record Book.”
  1. If any part or your exhibit is on a poster, it must follow the poster rules stated in the front of this Insight Book. It is REQUIRED that all posters, notebooks, and display boards include a reference list indicating where information was obtained, giving credit to the original author, to complete the 4-H member’s exhibit. This reference list should/might include website links, people and professionals interviewed, books, magazines, etc. It is recommended this reference list be attached to the back of a poster or display board, be the last page of a notebook, or included as a part of the display visible to the public. A judge is not to discredit an exhibit for the manner in which references are listed.  
  2. Complete 2 activities, as described in the Recycling Record Sheet.
  3. In addition to the completed record sheet, each exhibit must be accompanied by a paragraph or story explaining what the member learned while doing the project and telling how the project can help the environment. The story should include before and after pictures and should be connected to the exhibit for judging and display.
  4. Members are encouraged to use their creativity to select more difficult exhibit topics with each progressing year.
  5. Complete Recycling Record Sheet.

 Manual - Jasper County Recycling Project

 

Exhibit Requirements:

Beginner (Grades 3-5)  
Complete the activities as described in the Recycling Record Sheet AND one (1) of the following:

  1. Exhibit an article made from recycled materials or an item you have recycled for a new purpose. Article should represent what you have learned in the project. Include a story with before and after pictures that is attached to the exhibit for judging and display.
  2. Exhibit a poster (22”x28”) or notebook explaining something about recycling (example: explaining recycling codes on plastic items, what is recycling, what can be recycled, how to make a compost pile for yard waste, etc.) The poster or notebook should represent what you have learned in the project.

 

Intermediate (Grades 6-8)  
Complete the activities as described in the Recycling Record Sheet AND one (1) of the following:

  1. Exhibit an article made from recycled materials or an item you have recycled for a new purpose. Article should represent what you have learned in the project. Incude a story with before and after pictures that is attached to the exhibit for judging and display.
  2. Exhibit a poster (22”x28”) or notebook explaining something about recycling (example: explaining recycling codes on plastic items, what is recycling, what can be recycled, how to make a compost pile for yard waste, etc.) The poster or notebook should represent what you have learned in the project.

 

Advanced (Grades 9-12)  
Complete the activites as described in the Recycling Record Sheet AND one (1) of the following:

  1. Exhibit an article made from recycled materials or an item you have recycled for a new purpose. Article should represent what you have learned in the project. Include a story with before and after pictures that is attached to the exhibit for judging and display.
  2. Exhibit a poster (22”x28”) or notebook explaining something about recycling (example: explaining recycling codes on plastic items, what is recycling, what can be recycled, how to make a compost pile for your yard waste, etc.). The poster or notebook should represent what you have learned in the project.
  3. Exhibit a plan for a recycling project/effort. This could be used as a community service project for your 4-H club or a plan for recycling in your home. Exhibit a poster or notebook that explains the plan and what you did to implement it.

 

 

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