Club Bylaws as of 2018. Can download own copy or read full text on page.
If you are new to 4-H and record books, see this post for an explanation of what record books are and why the 4-H organization takes them so seriously. I’ve also listed why homeschoolers should take advantage of record books to further their kids’ learning and growth in 4-H, I hope you find it useful.
Clicking on the below links will take you to the California 4-H website and download forms directly (can also go to main page here: Record Book forms, manual and help
All links updated October 2019.
Primary (ages 5-8) forms (will cover difference between iSprout and regular form in post#2)
Links to Cal 4-H Site
Click here for the main page on the California 4-H site that lists ALL forms
Warning, the list is long and comprehensive, and thus, a bit overwhelming. To make it easier, I’ve uploaded the most important documents for record books to the left.
Need more information on how to fill out Record Books?
The Record Book Manual will walk your through the forms and requirements: Record Book Manual (as of May 2017)
It can also be really helpful to look through actual record books filled out by real 4-H members. These are direct links to the examples posted on the California State 4-H page:
Junior, Intermediate and Senior forms (all updated as of May 2017):
PDR (Personal Development Report) for Juniors, Intermediate and Senior Members
Annual Project Report (fill one out for each project taken)
Resume Forms for Senior Members
Pre and Post Leadership Forms for Junior and Teen Leaders