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Record Book Forms

Learn more about Kingman County 4-H KAP, Record Books and Awards in our 4-H KAP, Record Book and Awards Guide.

You have TWO options to turn in at the end of the 4-H year for record book achievement award considerations.

Option #1

Complete Your Record Book

The following items are the minimum requirements to be included for the Record Book to be considered complete.

All 4 items must be completed to receive recognition as completing the year in 4-H and receive a year seal at the Achievement Night.

1. Personal Page complete with picture. Download this form HERE!

2. 4-H Story completed. There is no specific form required for the 4-H story. Please type or hand write legibly and place in your record book. 

3. Permanent Record up-to-date. Also available for download HERE!

4. Activity Sheet signed by your club leader. Download this form HERE!

5. PIN Applications below!

 

Option #2

Complete Your Kansas Award Profile

The unique thing about the Kansas Award Profile (KAP) is that it helps you zero in on the projects you have completed! Expand and share your knowledge! This division is also eligible for county, area and state awards.

1. 4-H Personal Page

2. 4-H Story

3. KAP Form that is age specific to the 4-H'er, along with KAP requirements for each project. To download the correct KAP form, please select the age division necessary from the list below. 

*Ages are as of January 1 of the current year, please be sure you download the correct document.*

  • 7-8 Year Old KAP Form
  • 9-13 Year Old KAP Form
  • 14-18 Year Old KAP Form

For more tips and further instruction, please visit State KAP Website

Helpful resources:

How To Fill Out the KAP Webinar to View

Sample KAP

Key Award

The Key Award is also available for 4-H'ers to apply for. The following link shoots you to the Kansas 4-H Website where you can use the form-fillable application

The basic requirements for the Key Award include being the age of 16 (4-H age), having been enrolled in the 4-H program for at least 4 years and enrolled in the leadership project for at least 2 years.

 For Leaders

Club Summary Forms can be downloaded here: Club Summary

Optional Forms for Record Keeping

Want to expand on your record book? These forms ARE NOT required however they do provide a more extensive view of what you have done in your project areas. Please consider these in your yearly work plan.
Cloverbud Record Form (optional for Cloverbuds)

4-H Cloverbud Project Record Form

Pin Applications

Pin Application Order

This is the order in which you will fill out your pins year after year: Click on the pin you are applying for to download a form fillable PDF version of the document. 

#1 - Membership Achievement Pin.

#2 - Bronze Achievement Pin.

#3 - Clover Achievement Pin.

#4 - Emerald Achievement Pin.

#5 - Silver Achievement Pin.

#6 - Silver Guard Pin.

#7 - Leadership Achievement Pin.

#8 - Gold Achievement Pin.

#9 - Gold Guard Achievement Pin.


 

Horse ID Papers

ID papers and a Coggins Test are due to the Extension Office by May 1. No late papers accepted! If you are using the same horse as last year, we can just re-sign last year's papers. However, if you are showing a new horse, you will need to complete the Kansas 4-H Horse Identification Certificate available here Horse ID Paper. Remember, you need two pictures - side views with the head turned towards the camera and all four legs showing.