Oregon State University
Extension Service

4-H Wood Science

Leader Guide

4-H 442L
Reprinted September 2006

The publication is divided into pdf files, to make it easier to download.
The contents of each pdf file are listed below.
Do you want to print a copy?

First download the free Adobe Reader, if you don't already have it.


4-H 442L-a

4-H 442L-b
Working With Young People
Program Division and Project Records
Your Job as a Leader

4-H 442L-c
Basic Information About Wood
Tools and Machines
Safety Tips for Using Working Tools, Machines, and Processes

4-H 442L-d Appendices I-VI
Criteria for Judging Projects Made from Wood
Appendix I Judging Score Card
Appendix II Nail Driving Activity
Appendix III Wood Products, Tools, and Fasteners Identification Activity
Appendix IV Hand Sawing Efficiency Activity
Appendix V Measuring Activity
Appendix VI Wood Finishing Activity

4-H 442L-e Appendices VII-X
Appendix VII Wood Knowledge Contest
Appendix VIII Exhibit Ideas
Appendix IX Wood Science and Wood Scientists
Appendix X Suggested Wood Science Experiments

4-H 442L-f Appendix XI – Suggested Plans for Woodworking Projects
Nine Block Puzzle
Bed for Dog or Cat
Nail & Tool Box
Firewood Basket
Lawn Stool

4-H 442L-g Appendix XI – Suggested Plans for Woodworking Projects (continued)
Revolving Tie Rack

4-H 442L-h Appendix XI – Suggested Plans for Woodworking Projects (continued)
Shop Tool Rack & Shelf
Shadow Box
Picnic Table with Bench

4-H 442L-i Appendix XI – Suggested Plans for Woodworking Projects (continued)
Planting Box
Portable Shelving

4-H 442L-j
Reference Materials

4-H 442L-k

4-H 442L-l
Project Record

Produced and distributed in furtherance of the Acts of Congress of May 8 and June 30, 1914. Extension work is a cooperative program of Oregon State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Oregon counties. Oregon State University Extension Service offers educational programs, activities, and materials without discrimination based on age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran's status. Oregon State University Extension Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Copyright © 1995- Oregon State University. Disclaimer.