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Intro to 4-H - Project Series

Cloverbuds Ages 6-8


This project introduces children aged six to eight to 4-H through engaging activities on topics like animals, agriculture, science, arts, and engineering. The aim is to familiarize young members with 4-H and the projects available to explore.

What you need...

Project Information Page (PIP)(Project & Year-End Completion Requirements)

Member Record Sheets 

(Member Portfolio & Project Page)

Additional Project Resources


  • NOT all 4-H Clubs accept Cloverbud members, please check with a 4-H Specialist.

  • A Cloverbud is required to register as a 4-H member. However, considering their young age and the importance of risk management practices, they will not have all the privileges of an older  4-H member.

  • Cloverbuds are NOT eligible to compete in regional or provincial competitions, but they may take part in regional and provincial events and programs s (where age permits) with the approval of the respective Councils.

  • Participation in projects involving animals other than those specified under the Cloverbud Project is restricted (refer to the official Cloverbud Policy for further details).

  • Although not mandatory, It is strongly encouraged that Cloverbuds engage in the traditional aspects of the 4-H program, such as Communications, Community Service, and Agriculture Awareness along with completion of the member portfolio.

Exploring 4-H Ages 9-21

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This project is for youth aged 9-10 or those new to 4-H. It provides an opportunity to learn about the program, select activities with a project leader, and explore potential interests from the various projects available. 

What you need...

Project Information Page (PIP) 

(Project & Year-End Completion Requirements)

Additional Project Resources

Member Record Sheets 

(Member Portfolio & Project Page)

NOTE: To achieve completion with this project and to take part in summer exhibitions, members must have all project requirements (listed on the PIP) and supporting documents  completed and showcased in Member Binder for their Club's Achievement Day

Additional Project Resources are provided as reference materials for volunteer leaders. These resources can be utilized when organizing project workshops and sessions for your members. However, remember to tap into your own creativity to help 4-H'ers learn to do by doing and develop the desired skills of the project. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact your 4-H Specialist for assistance.

4-H PEI Publications: Terms of Use

All written resources are owned by 4-H PEI.

With requested & authorized consent for use of 4-H PEI resources, the following terms and conditions apply:

  • Materials are to be used for personal use only

  • Duplication and distribution of written materials for commercial use is strictly prohibited

  • 4-H PEI and all other contributors recognized in the original resource must be acknowledged as the content creators within the document.

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