Resources by Kathleen Jamison
|4-H Fashion Revue Policies and Procedures||
The purpose of the Fashion Revue Policies and Procedures Manual is to help you understand the process, objectives, and categories that are specific to 4-H Fashion Revue.
|Mar 31, 2015||346-146(4H-476NP)|
|Virginia 4-H Fashion Revue/Clothing Record||Apr 8, 2015||346-147(4H-472NP)|
|4-H Fashion Revue Consumer Comparison Worksheet||
Consumer Comparison is the consideration of two things with regard to some characteristics common to both, i.e. cost of garment, quality of construction, and care instructions. Using your Fashion Revue garment (constructed or selected), please make two comparisons with other similar garments. Check the garment that is your “best buy” choice.
|Mar 31, 2015||346-148(4H-475NP)|
|4-H Fashion Revue Commentary Worksheet||
This worksheet may be used to help write your commentary that will be read as you model before the judges. This worksheet does not have to be submitted with your written commentary for state competition.
|Mar 31, 2015||346-149(4H-474NP)|
|4-H Fashion Revue Score Sheet||Apr 22, 2015||346-150(4H-473NP)|
|Caring for Children I: Before Babysitting||Nov 16, 2018||350-035|
|Caring for Children 2: Babysitting Basics||Nov 16, 2018||350-045|
|Safe at Home Safe Alone, Youth Book||Nov 9, 2009||350-523|
|It's More Than Just Dirt||
It’s More Than Just Dirt is the second Project Book in the Exploring the World of Plants and Soils series. This Project Book looks at environmental and internal factors that affect plant growth. It is written to interest youth aged 12 to 14.
|Mar 18, 2014||380-020 (4H-250NP)|
|Stems and Stamens||
Stems and Stamens is the first Project Book in the Exploring the World of Plants and Soils series. This Project Book looks at the composition of plants, the functions of individual plant parts, plant life cycles, and the many ways plants reproduce themselves. It is written to interest youth ages 12 to 14.
|Feb 25, 2014||380-021 (4H-247NP)|
|Sprouting Out and Growing Up||
Sprouting Out and Growing Up is the second Project Book in the Exploring the World of Plants and Soils series. This Project Book looks at environmental and internal factors that affect plant growth. It is written to interest youth aged 12 to 14.
|Feb 25, 2014||380-022 (4H-248NP)|
|4-H Honey Bee Youth Project Book I -- The Buzz about Bees: Honey Bee Biology and Behavior||
Royalty fighting to the death, troves of golden treasure, thousands of slaves building massive edifices under the direction of a queen, and daring quests for the “food of the gods”; such mesmerizing tales of valor and adventure originate not from medieval Europe, ancient Greece, or the pyramids of Egypt but instead derive from a seemingly inconspicuous yet important insect: the honey bee. Honey bees are complex, fascinating insects.
|Mar 18, 2014||380-070 (4H-253NP)|
|4-H Honey Bee Leaders Guide Book I - The Buzz About Bees:Honey Bee Biology and Behavior||
To the 4-H Leader: The honey bee project (Books 1 - 4) is intended to teach young people the basic biology and behavior of honey bees in addition to hands-on beekeeping management skills. The honey bee project books begin with basic honey bee and insect information (junior level) and advance to instruction on how to rear honey bee colonies and extract honey (senior level). These project books are intended to provide in-depth information related to honey bee management, yet they are written for the amateur beekeeper, who may or may not have previous experience in rearing honey bees.
|Feb 27, 2014||380-071(4H-255NP)|
|Conducting 4-H Community Service Learning Projects||Oct 2, 2009||384-160|
|4-H Presentations||Jan 17, 2019||388-056 (4H-834NP)|
|4-H Presentations Tip Sheet||Apr 3, 2015||388-061(4H-419NP)|
|4-H Presentations Scoring Aid||Feb 16, 2017||388-062 (4H-717NP)|
|Information for Scoring 4-H Share-the-Fun Acts||
Our primary objectives in the Share-the-Fun program are to encourage 4-H members to: 1) discover and develop their talents and 2) to develop confidence in self and performing before others. This score sheet is designed to have judges evaluate 4-H members’ performances, give members feedback to assist with their continuous development, and assist in the selection of acts that can be used in an exciting, entertaining variety show.
|Apr 22, 2015||388-064(4H-423NP)|
|4-H Public Speaking Score Sheet||Mar 26, 2015||388-066 (4H-399NP)|
Each Lesson contains both information for the teacher and copy-ready Activity Sheets and Youth Evaluation forms. The teacher section begins by identifying both a life-skill objective and the connection to the SOLs. An estimate of the time required to conduct the lesson and a supply list are provided. A Background Information section prepares the teacher to present the material. The Procedure section describes how to conduct the activity. This is followed by a Answers to the Youth Activity Sheet, which discusses the questions/answers presented to the students by the activity. The Evaluation section contains the questions presented to the students on the Student Evaluation form, along with the answers.
|Mar 31, 2014||388-800 (4H-246NP)|
|Virginia 4-H School Enrichment, Scientific Inquiry||
This curriculum includes six lessons intended for youth in grades three through six. These activities are experiential and contain aspects of problem-based and inquiry-based learning.
|Mar 24, 2014||388-808 (4H-245NP)|
|4-H Photography Contest Score Sheet||Jun 5, 2014||4H-292NP|
|4-H Fashion Revue||
Fashion Revue is a contest that aims to increase youths’ knowledge of consumerism, textiles, and garment construction while providing opportunities to express fashion trends and present themselves in an appropriate manner. Categories exist for purchased and constructed garments.
|Mar 24, 2014||4H-36NP (4H-257NP)|
|State 4-H Areas Of Competition||Mar 7, 2017||4H-415NP (4H-739)|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide - Presentations||Mar 26, 2015||4H-420NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide - Public Speaking||
Public Speaking challenges the contestants to develop and deliver a message that informs, influences or entertains an intended audience. They will plan and deliver a speech with an effective beginning, middle and conclusion. The audience, appropriate topic, purpose, research of supporting materials, and appropriate methods of delivery will be considered.
|Apr 8, 2015||4H-421NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide-Share-the-Fun||Mar 25, 2015||4H-424NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide - Chicken Barbecue||
To help youth develop skills in the preparation and use of chicken and to acquire the ability to express their ideas proficiently and efficiently through participation in projects, talks, discussions, demonstrations and exhibits.
|Apr 22, 2015||4H-35NP (4H-425NP)|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide - Turkey Barbecue||Mar 25, 2015||4H-426NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide - Radio/Public Address||
The Radio and Public Address contests provide 4-H youth with an opportunity to express themselves clearly,organize their ideas and have confidence. By competing in this contest, youth learn valuable life skills in effective communication that they will use throughout their lifetime.
|Apr 8, 2015||4H-427NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide - Science Fair Presentation & Display||
The Science Fair Presentation& Display Contest provides youth with the opportunity to communicate scientific experiment by using the scientific method.
|Apr 22, 2015||4H-428NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide - Egg Preparation Demonstration||Mar 25, 2015||4H-429NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide- Extemporaneous Speaking||
Extemporaneous Speaking challenges contestants to think quickly and prepare a speech on an assigned topic with little preparation. Participants will draw three possible topics, choose one, prepare for 15-30 minutes, and then deliver a 2-5 minute speech response.
|Mar 31, 2015||4H-471NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide- Fashion Revue||
Fashion Revue is a contest that aims to increase youths’ knowledge of consumerism, textiles, and garment constructionwhile providing opportunities to express fashion trends and present themselves in an appropriate manner. Categories exist for purchased and constructed garments.
|Mar 31, 2015||4H-477NP|
|Making a Boat||Jun 21, 2017||4H-761NP|
|The Science of Flotation||Nov 1, 2017||4H-762NP|
|The History of Water Travel||Jun 21, 2017||4H-763NP|
|Virginia 4-H Dog Project Record Book||Feb 20, 2019||4H-8(4H-846P)|
|Self-Determined Horse Project||Feb 11, 2016||406-107 (4H-567P)|
|The Egg-citing Egg - Teacher/Leader Guide||Nov 6, 2019||408-031|
|Adventures with Insects, 4-H Entomology Project Book||
Welcome to the 4-H Entomology Project. It will introduce you to many new and exciting experiences. The Entomology Project is fun; it may help you prepare for the study of insects as your life’s work, or help you learn how important insects are in the lives of everyone.
|Mar 18, 2014||444-408 (4H-251NP)|
|Lawn Care: Hand Tools Safety||May 16, 2019||BSE-40NP (BSE-98P)|
|Lawn Care: Powered Hand Tool Safety||May 16, 2019||BSE-41NP (BSE-97P)|
|Lawn Care: Rotary Mower Safety||May 16, 2019||BSE-42NP (BSE-96P)|
|Lawn Care: Tractor Safety||May 16, 2019||BSE-43NP (BSE-100P)|
|Lawn Care: Utility-Type Vehicle Safety||May 16, 2019||BSE-44NP (BSE-99P)|
|Guidelines for Protecting Youth Workers: Promote Safe Practices and Protect Youth Workers||
A large number of teenage workers in the U.S. engage in summer jobs for reasons such as personal development, gaining work experience, developing work skills, and generating funds for furthering their education and for spending money.
|Aug 13, 2014||BSE-46NP (BSE-107P)|
|Rotary Mowers Safety: Lawncare Training Guide||
Mowing lawns continues to be one of the most popular summer job opportunities for youth given the affordable cost and ease in operation of most rotary mowers. However, easy access and widespread use of mowers often creates a false sense of security among the users of these machines. Data from a seven-year period (1996-2003) showed the highest rate of hospitalization from lawn mower injuries was for youth workers ages 15 to 19. The Consumer Product Safety Commission reported that more than 37,000 riding mower injuries occurred from 2003 through 2005 alone. During the same period, there were 95 fatalities due to riding mower tip-over. The purpose of this training guide is to reduce the number of mower accidents and injuries by familiarizing young workers with rotary mowers and their safe operation.
|Aug 12, 2014||BSE-47P (BSE-110P)|
|Tractor Safety: Lawn Care Training Guide, Safe Use of Tractors||
Tractors are versatile equipment used in a variety of jobs ranging from hauling goods to lawn care to agriculture. While they are extremely versatile, they can be very dangerous unless they are used with care following safe practices
|Sep 25, 2014||BSE-48NP (BSE-111P)|
|Utility Type Vehicles: UTV Maintenance and Safe Use Lawn Care Training Guide||
Utility type vehicles (UTVs) are popular equipment used in a variety of settings, including the lawn care industry. Their hauling capacity and versatility have increased their popularity, and they are widely used in rural, suburban, and urban settings for a variety of lawn care, agricultural, construction, and industrial applications. Considering that UTVs are widely used in the green industry, it is extremely important that young workers in the industry become familiar with the safe operation of UTVs. The purpose of this training guide is to familiarize young workers with the safe use of UTVs.
|Aug 21, 2019||BSE-49P (BSE-264P)|
|Powered Hand Tools Safety: Lawncare Training Guide||
In addition to rotary mowers, many powered hand tools such as string trimmers, lawn edgers, hedge trimmers, and leaf blowers are widely used in lawn care. While these devices are very useful in making jobs easier and more efficient, they can be dangerous if used without proper training and care. In 1989 the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported that power lawn trimmers and edgers alone have caused about 4,600 injuries annually that required medical attention. About one-third of these were eye-related.
|Sep 24, 2014||BSE-50P (BSE-112P)|
|Hand Tools Safety: Lawn Care Training Guide Hand Tool Care and Safe Use||
Many hand tools such as rakes, shovels, and pruners are used widely in lawn care operations. While these non-powered tools are not known to cause major injuries, they have the potential for injuries that may require absence from work and/or medical assistance when they are used improperly.
|Sep 15, 2014||BSE-51P (BSE-113P)|
|Internationalizing the Land Grant Mission: Lessons from Senegal||Mar 20, 2018||CSES-207P|