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Awesome Classroom Demonstrations
Links to Georgia 4-H Resources
4th-6th grade Demonstration Example:
9th-12th grade Demonstration Example:
7th-8th grade Demonstration Example:
4-H Project Achievment is a cornerstone of the Georgia 4-H Program. From the first Boys' Corn Club sharing their crops to today's presentations and portfolios on hundreds of topics, Project Achievement serves to showcase 4-H'ers work and success.
Project Achievement seeks to help youth be prepared and confident for speaking in front of a group of people, because we all have a voice that needs to be heard.
2018 Project Achievement Dates:
Georgia 4-H State Congress - July 24th-27th