Thursday, July 7, 2011

4-H Projects for Fifth Grade

It is now time to post pictures of the projects my fifth grader did.  She did wildlife, present wrapping, fine arts (colored pencil drawing) and caged critters.  Here they are:

She drew her rabbit from a photo that we had printed out in black and white.  I think she did a nice job.  She got a white ribbon and was given a lot of good criticism on how to improve with details and showing depth.

This is her present that she wrapped with a bow she made.  She got a red ribbon and was told that the box was 1/2 inch too big long and wide.  She was also told that she needed to wrap the box with a ribbon.

Her wildlife poster shows good and bad habitats for various local animals. She chose the rabbit, raccoon and the deer.  She got a blue ribbon and into the honor group for this.

Her last project includes showing her rabbit and a binder of how she cared for her this past year.  Each year, she adds new information to the binder.  She will be showing her rabbit on Tuesday and is really excited about it.

4-H is a really great club and we enjoy it so much.

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