At the King County Extension Office we have a wide range of educational kits, curriculum, and materials available to support hands-on, experiential education-based programming to youth of all ages.
CLUB MANAGEMENT & POLICIES
- Club Charter Checklist 2016
- Club Officer’s book
- Constitution and by-laws
- Authorization to include in GEN
- Essential Elements of 4-H Policy summary handout
- Enrollment Dues Form
- Washington State 4-H Program Policies updated Jan 2019
- 2019-2020 Policy Changes
- 4-H Club Annual Plan of Work Form
- Friend of 4-H
- Financial Training video – November 2019
- Washington State Raffle
- Financial Training & Dates information 2019
- Turning Games into Social Emotional Learning
- Facilitating the Experience Mastering the Art and Science of Group Dynamics
- Report your volunteer hours -username will be your First Name Last Name (ie, Clover Fish) password: password!
- New Financial Training for Clubs 2019′
- Financial Training video – November 2019
- Leader’s Guide to Handling Money Revised Oct 2014
- 4-H Leader’s Guide to Handing Funds in the 4-H Youth Development Program 2019
- Club Financial Summary Report Form
- Club Officer’s Books
4-H AWARDS & NOMINATIONS
4-H MEMBER FORMS
4-H ONLINE LEARNING FOR VOLUNTEERS
- New: Statewide 4-H training modules – tinyurl.com/WSU4Hvol – set up username and password, use enrollment key: KING4H (use all caps)
- “Put the Child First” video training (same URL as above: KING4H (use all caps)
4-H ONLINE ENROLLMENT
- 4-H Online enrollment
- New families enrollment Quick Start Guide
- New families enrollment Guide
- Returning families enrollment Guide
RECORD BOOKS, PUBLIC PRESENTATION AND EDUCATIONAL DISPLAYS
- Record book: complete with matrix (Word version)
- Record Book (PDF version)
- Level 1 record book for youth K- 2 grades
- Level 1 permanent record book for K-2 grades
- Public Presentations and Demonstrations
- Ed Poster Scoresheet
SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS
WASHINGTON STATE FAIR
For complete list of forms please go to the ” Fair ” page.
WSU & 4-H PUBLICATIONS
- WSU Publications can now be found at: https://pubs.extension.wsu.edu/
These items are free, but you have to follow the steps in order to download:
1. Register for an account by clicking the “Register” link in the top right corner of the main page.
2. Fill in your information (Name, address, phone number, etc.)
3. Find your desired publication and click “Add to Cart.” Searching is the easiest way to find what you’re looking for. The price for most things will say $0.00
4. Once you have all your publications added to your cart, you can check out. Hover over the cart icon in the top right corner and click “go to cart.” From here, you’ll click agree to the terms of service and then click “Checkout.”
5. Fill in any additional required information and your billing address. You will not be asked for a payment method.
6. Once your order is complete the page will refresh and the page will show a “Thank you” message. There’s a blue link on that page that says “View order details.” Click that and you’ll be taken to a page where you can download your PDF document(s). You’ll also be provided with an email receipt that has a link for order details. Clicking that will also take you to the page where you can download your items.
Club Meetings and Virtual 4-H Learning
Schedule a Zoom meeting. Anyone can sign up for a free zoom account. This account has a 40 minute meeting limit, but who wants to meet for longer than that, really. Use this to hold a 4-H club or committee meeting. Or to simply get together and chat with 4-H friends and share what you are all doing at home while social distancing.
How to join a Zoom meeting – 1 minute video to get started
Do you already have a Facebook group for your club or project group? Have club officers, teens or volunteers GO LIVE and share information, like changes to your club events, new deadlines or some project info people can work on at home. MSU Extension Pondera County has begun doing this on their facebook page!
This is a great opportunity to start a Google classroom page for your club. You can post announcements, upload documents, post videos, share information and check in with each other all in one place.
This video tutorial goes through all of the details of creating a Google “class”.
Keep in mind this video is specific to starting a class for a school, however she goes through all of the details about what is available on Google classroom. Whenever she says “class” think 4-H CLUB.
Feel like really digging into EdTech? Ed Puzzle is a neat way to share information that you might share at a club or project meeting and add questions to engage your learners. Sign up for free and “unleash the power of video learning”.