University of Maryland Extension

4-H Forms

Records books are an important part of your experience with 4-H.  These books help identify the areas you've been working on all year long.  As you add more projects, your record book tracks your progress.  Here are the 2018 Record Book Guidelines to help you organize and complete this year's activities. 

Click Here for the Youth Programs available to you.  As you can see, there are many exciting things for you to get involved in.  Choose your interests and most important have fun.



Record Book Guidance:

  • For guidance on completing your 4-H Record Book, please see this guide: [word file]

St. Mary's County 4-H Digital Record Book for 2020 [google doc]

4-H Youth Project Record, Record Book and Portfolio forms and resources:

My 4-H Story:

  • My 4-H Story writing prompts for Juniors: - Fillable [word file]
  • My 4-H Story writing prompts for Juniors: - Printable [pdf]
  • My 4-H Story writing prompt for Intermediates and Seniors: - [pdf]

My 4-H Story Samples can be found online here

Animal Science Project Record Forms:
(word files)

Sample 4-H Summary Record Form 

Sample 4-H Project Record Form 



Registration Forms:

  • 4-H Poultry, Rabbit & Cavy Registration Form [pdf]
  • Livestock Registration Form [pdf ]

4-H Animal Identification Cards:

  • Dog Identification card [pdf]
  • Horse Identification card [pdf]



"Diamond Clover Frequent Asked Questions" [pdf]

"For More Information on Diamond Clover and other awards" [pdf]

Diamond Clover Program Forms:

  • Level One Diamond Clover [pdf doc]
  • Level Two Diamond Clover [pdf doc]
  • Level Three Diamond Clover [pdf doc]
  • Level Four Diamond Clover [pdf doc]
  • Level Five Diamond Clover [pdf doc]
  • Level Six Diamond Clover [pdf doc]
  • Diamond Clover - Level 6 Proposals Portal Link
  • Diamond Clover - Level 6 Final Report Cover Page [pdf]
  • Diamond Clover - Level 6 Final Project Report Portal Link
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