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1 My Financial Future, Beginner A. General knowledge of consumer ed concepts B. Ability to explain decisions made or results shown C. Self-evaluation of project D. Understanding of Consumer Education Activities and Skills Learned E. Size of exhibit seems appropriate for information shared F. Neat appearance G. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Exhibit must be a portfolio B. Follows exhibit requirements C. Correct number of activities completed for years in project

2 My Financial Future, Advanced A. General knowledge of consumer ed concepts B. Ability to explain decisions made or results shown C. Self-evaluation of project D. Understanding of Consumer Education Activities and Skills Learned E. Size of exhibit seems appropriate for information shared F. Neat appearance G. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Exhibit must be a portfolio B. Follows exhibit requirements C. Correct number of activities completed for years in project

3 Entrepreneurship A. Accurate and adequate information B. Easily understood message C. Good design D. Use of actual materials, samples or models E. General financial and consumer knowledge F. Knowledge of exhibitor in skills learned and how skills will be used G. Age-appropriate choice F. Age-appropriate presentation G. Overall appearance H. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Exhibit must be a poster (22 x 30 ) or display (24 W x 15 D x 36 H) B. Exhibit depicts two completed activities from project manual

4 Design Decisions, Beginning A. Knowledge of design principles involved B. Goals appropriate for age of exhibitor C. Idea development D. Implementation E. Ability to explain choices made F. Appropriate use of techniques to complete exhibit G. Clean, neat, attractive H. Knowledge of exhibitor in skills learned and possible improvements I. Overall appearance J. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Card no larger than 4 x 6 explaining what was done B. Follows exhibit requirements in fair book (wall treatment OR surface accessory OR wall hanging) C. Poster (if used) no larger than 22 x 30

5 Design Decisions, Intermediate A. Knowledge of design principles involved B. Goals appropriate for age of exhibitor C. Idea development D. Implementation E. Ability to explain choices made F. Appropriate use of techniques to complete exhibit G. Clean, neat, attractive H. Knowledge of exhibitor in skills learned and possible improvements I. Overall appearance J. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Card no larger than 4 x 6 explaining what was done B. Follows exhibit requirements in fair book (Comparison shopping OR bedcover OR window treatment OR refinished furniture) C. Poster (if used) no larger than 22 x 30

6 Design Decisions, Advanced A. Knowledge of design principles involved B. Goals appropriate for age of exhibitor C. Idea development D. Implementation E. Ability to explain choices made F. Appropriate use of techniques to complete exhibit G. Clean, neat, attractive H. Knowledge of exhibitor in skills learned and possible improvements I. Overall appearance J. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Card no larger than 4 x 6 explaining what was done B. Follows exhibit requirements in fair book (problem/solution OR recycled item OR energy saving technique) C. Poster (if used) no larger than 22 x 30

7 Interior Design Innovation A. Accurate information B. Well-formed idea/originality C. Goals established D. Exhibit reflects stated goal(s) E. Ability to explain decisions or results shown F. Skills/knowledge gained G. Exhibitor s ability to identify successes and failures H. Appropriate level of content knowledge demonstrated I. Logical flow to presentation; well-organized J. Eye catching and appealing exhibit K. Appropriate use of photographs, illustrations, design plans, etc. L. Will the viewer learn something?

8 STEAM Clothing 1 Sewing Division I Club: Age: Circle exhibit the member created: Pillowcase Simple Pillow Bag/Purse 9 Patch Pillow 1. Pillow Case Appearance a. Suitable fabric and thread selected b. Straight stitching c. Cuff and lip even in width Construction a. Bulk in corners reduced b. Neat, pressed appearance 2. Simple Pillow Appearance a. Suitable fabric and thread selected b. Grain line c. Straight stitching d. Adequately stuffed e. Pressed Construction a. Seams matched b. Patch corners match (9 Patch) c. Bulk in corners reduced d. Closure neatly secured with slip stitch or lap closure neatly done 3. Bag or Purse Appearance a. Suitable fabric and thread selected b. Straight stitching c. Pressed Construction a. Seams allowances finished b. Hem even c. Handles even/firmly attached machine or slip stitched closure, if lined 4. Apron Appearance a. Suitable fabric and thread selected b. Straight stitching c. Pressed d. Other (depending on constructed item) Construction a. Accurate construction b. Construction is secure, durable and functional c. Accessory is properly finished d. Other (depending on constructed item) A. Follows exhibit requirements B. Shows original & creativity C. No zipper D. Neat appearance Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

9 STEAM Clothing 1 Sewing Division II A. Pressing B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Casing D. Grainlines E. Seams and seam finishes F. Neckline finish G. Armhole finish H. Garment fastener I. Hems J. Appropriate garment design to fabric K. Appropriate color, design to individual L. Color coordination in garment or outfit M. Fit and appearance of garment N. Clean, neat, ready to use O. Overall appearance P. Difficulty for age and years in project A. No trim in seams B. Garment with self-casing for elastic or drawstring C. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

10 STEAM Clothing 2 Sewing Division III A. Pressing B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Facing, interfacing, understitching D. Grainlines E. Seams and seam finishes F. Neckline finish G. Armhole finish H. Garment fastener I. Waistline, waistband J. Hems K. Appropriate garment design to fabric L. Appropriate color, design to individual M. Color coordination in garment or outfit N. Fit and appearance of garment O. Clean, neat, ready to use P. Overall appearance Q. Difficulty for age and years in project A. If includes fitted facing, must have interfacing and under stitching B. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging includes zipper C. Pattern brought to conference judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

11 STEAM Clothing 2 Sewing Division IV A. Pressing B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Choice and application of interfacing D. Grainlines E. Seams and seam finishes F. Collar, neckline finish G. Sleeves, armhole finish H. Darts I. Gathers, ease, elasticized areas, pleats J. Zipper K. Garment fastener L. Waistline, waistband M. Hems N. Appropriate garment design to fabric O. Appropriate color, design to individual P. Color coordination in garment or outfit Q. Fit and appearance of garment R. Clean, neat, ready to use S. Overall appearance T. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Includes zipper B. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging C. Pattern brought to conference judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

12 STEAM Clothing 3 Sewing Division IV A. Pressing B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Choice and application of interfacing D. Grainlines E. Seams and seam finishes F. Collar separate G. Sleeves separate, set in H. Darts I. Gathers, ease, elasticized areas, pleats J. Zipper, button/buttonholes, garment fasteners K. Waistline, waistband L. Hems M. Appropriate garment design to fabric N. Appropriate color, design to individual O. Color coordination in garment or outfit P. Fit and appearance of garment Q. Clean, neat, ready to use R. Overall appearance S. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Includes sleeves and/or collar B. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging C. Pattern brought to conference judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

13 STEAM Clothing 3 Sewing Division V A. Pressing B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Choice and application of interfacing D. Grainlines, matched plaids and stripes E. Seam finishes: trimming, clipping, layering F. Collar, lapels, neckline finish G. Shoulder pads H. Sleeves, armhole finish I. Darts J. Gathers, ease, elasticized areas, pleats K. Zipper L. Buttonholes, buttons, garment fastener M. Waistline, waistband N. Hems O. Pockets P. Linings Q. Other: trim, belts, etc. R. Appropriate garment design to fabric S. Appropriate color, design to individual T. Color coordination in garment or outfit U. Fit and appearance of garment V. Clean, neat, ready to use W. Overall appearance X. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Includes advanced technique(s) OR constructed from a challenging fabric B. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging C. Pattern brought to conference judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back)

14 STEAM Clothing 1 Sewing With Knits, Beginning A. Grainlines B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Pressing D. Casing, waistline, waistband E. Seams and seam finishes F. Neckline finish G. Armhole finish, sleeves H. Hem or lower edge finish I. Trim or other advanced technique J. Garment fasteners K. Appropriate fabric for garment L. Clean, neat, ready to wear M. Appropriate color, design & fabric to individual N. Color coordination in garment or outfit O. Fit and appearance of garment P. Overall appearance Q. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Exhibit one garment made from a knit B. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back)

15 STEAM Clothing 2 Sewing With Knits, Intermediate A. Grainlines B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Pressing D. Casing, waistline, waistband E. Seams and seam finishes F. Neckline finish G. Armhole finish, sleeves H. Hem or lower edge finish I. Trim or other advanced technique J. Garment fasteners K. Appropriate fabric for garment L. Clean, neat, ready to wear M. Appropriate color, design & fabric to individual N. Color coordination in garment or outfit O. Fit and appearance of garment P. Overall appearance Q. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Exhibit garments made from a knit B. Includes facings or curves C. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back)

16 STEAM Clothing 3 Sewing With Knits, Advanced A. Grainlines B. Machine stitching (tension, length, straight) C. Pressing D. Casing, waistline, waistband E. Seams and seam finishes F. Neckline finish G. Armhole finish, sleeves H. Hem or lower edge finish I. Trim or other advanced technique J. Garment fasteners K. Appropriate fabric for garment L. Clean, neat, ready to wear M. Appropriate color, design & fabric to individual N. Color coordination in garment or outfit O. Fit and appearance of garment P. Overall appearance Q. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Garment made from knit B. Exhibit garment with zipper and/or sleeve and/or collar C. Photos attached if exhibitor not present for judging Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back)

17 STEAM Clothing 1 Non-Clothing, Beginning A. Fabric appropriate to item B. Machine stitching-tension/length C. Machine stitching-straight D. Hand sewing E. Grainlines F. Seams and seam finishes G. Zippers H. Hems I. Design & development of pattern & finished project J. Choice of materials K. Color and design L. Originality M. Neatness N. Pressing O. Overall appearance P. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Card no larger than 4 x 6 including: whether pattern, kit, etc. was used; what item is and how it will be used; how many years 4-Hers has been in class Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back)

18 STEAM Clothing 2 Non-Clothing A. Fabric appropriate to item B. Machine stitching-tension/length C. Machine stitching-straight D. Hand sewing E. Grainlines F. Seams and seam finishes G. Zippers H. Hems I. Design & development of pattern & finished project J. Choice of materials K. Color and design L. Originality M. Neatness N. Pressing O. Overall appearance P. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Card no larger than 4 x 6 including: whether pattern, kit, etc. was used; what item is and how it will be used; how many years 4-Hers has been in class Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back)

19 STEAM Clothing 3 Non-Clothing A. Fabric appropriate to item B. Machine stitching-tension/length C. Machine stitching-straight D. Hand sewing E. Grainlines F. Seams and seam finishes G. Zippers H. Hems I. Design & development of pattern & finished project J. Choice of materials K. Color and design L. Originality M. Neatness N. Pressing O. Overall appearance P. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Card no larger than 4 x 6 including: whether pattern, kit, etc. was used; what item is and how it will be used; how many years 4-Hers has been in class Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back)

20 Recycled Garment A. Good use of original garment B. Machine stitching (tensions, length, straight) C. Grainlines D. Seams and seam finishes E. Fasteners F. Hems G. Choice of materials H. Color and design I. Originality J. Neatness K. Pressing L. Overall appearance M. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Original design significantly altered B. Photos attached if exhibitor is not present for judging C. Before picture included E. Item exhibited is a garment Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

21 Shopping In Style Beginning: Level 1 A. Exhibitor s knowledge of garment choice B. Exhibitor s knowledge of activity choice C. Appropriate garment design to fabric D. Appropriate color, design and fabric to individual E. Color coordination in garment or outfit F. Fit and appearance of garment G. Clean, neat, ready to wear H. Activity easy to understand I. Neat, distinctive J. Imaginative K. Overall appearance L. Difficulty for age and years in project A. 22 x 28 poster or report depicting activity from project manual B. Purchased garment C. Follows exhibit requirements

22 Shopping In Style Beginning: Level 2 A. Exhibitor s knowledge of garment choice B. Exhibitor s knowledge of activity choice C. Appropriate garment design to fabric D. Appropriate color, design and fabric to individual E. Color coordination in garment or outfit F. Fit and appearance of garment G. Clean, neat, ready to wear H. Activity easy to understand I. Neat, distinctive J. Imaginative K. Overall appearance L. Difficulty for age and years in project A. 22 x 28 poster or report depicting activity from project manual B. Purchased garment C. Follows exhibit requirements

23 Shopping In Style Intermidiate: Level 3 A. Exhibitor s knowledge of garment choice B. Exhibitor s knowledge of activity choice C. Appropriate garment design to fabric D. Appropriate color, design and fabric to individual E. Color coordination in garment or outfit F. Fit and appearance of garment G. Clean, neat, ready to wear H. Activity easy to understand I. Neat, distinctive J. Imaginative K. Overall appearance L. Difficulty for age and years in project A. 22 x 28 poster or report depicting activity from project manual B. Purchased garment C. Follows exhibit requirements

24 Shopping In Style Intermediate: Level 4 A. Exhibitor s knowledge of garment choice B. Exhibitor s knowledge of activity choice C. Appropriate garment design to fabric D. Appropriate color, design and fabric to individual E. Color coordination in garment or outfit F. Fit and appearance of garment G. Clean, neat, ready to wear H. Activity easy to understand I. Neat, distinctive J. Imaginative K. Overall appearance L. Difficulty for age and years in project A. 22 x 28 poster or report depicting activity from project manual B. Purchased garment C. Follows exhibit requirements

25 Shopping In Style Advance: Level 5 A. Exhibitor s knowledge of garment choice B. Exhibitor s knowledge of activity choice C. Appropriate garment design to fabric D. Appropriate color, design and fabric to individual E. Color coordination in garment or outfit F. Fit and appearance of garment G. Clean, neat, ready to wear H. Activity easy to understand I. Neat, distinctive J. Imaginative K. Overall appearance L. Difficulty for age and years in project A. 22 x 28 poster or report depicting activity from project manual B. Purchased garment C. Follows exhibit requirements

26 Shopping In Style Advance: Level 6 A. Exhibitor s knowledge of garment choice B. Exhibitor s knowledge of activity choice C. Appropriate garment design to fabric D. Appropriate color, design and fabric to individual E. Color coordination in garment or outfit F. Fit and appearance of garment G. Clean, neat, ready to wear H. Activity easy to understand I. Neat, distinctive J. Imaginative K. Overall appearance L. Difficulty for age and years in project A. 22 x 28 poster or report depicting activity from project manual B. Purchased garments C. Follows exhibit requirements

27 Child Development Level 1 A. Age appropriateness of activity B. Accuracy of information C. Creative use of resources D. Item or activities safe for child s age level E. No rough or unsafe edges F. No small pieces that could cause choking G. Quality of exhibit or product (workmanship) H. Creative use of items exhibited I. Toys/activities provide variety of experiences for child J. Overall appearances K. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Exhibit depicts My Learning Box or Choketube tester. B. Includes a card or paper explaining how you have used the box or why the toys are safe or not safe for young children, and how others can test toys for safety. C. Includes project manual and cites additional resources used to develop exhibit.

28 Child Development Level 2 A. Age appropriateness of activity B. Accuracy of information C. Creative use of resources D. Item or activities safe for child s age level E. No rough or unsafe edges F. No small pieces that could cause choking G. Quality of exhibit or product (workmanship) H. Creative use of items exhibited I. Toys/activities provide variety of experiences for child J. Overall appearances K. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Exhibit: a set of toy, song/game and story OR a set of six total toys/activities for three different age groups B. Card no larger than 4 x 6 explaining the age of the child and how the item fits their interests, abilities, and safety considerations included for EACH toy C. Includes project manual and cites additional resources used to develop exhibit. D. Display, if used, no larger than 24 W x 15 D x 36 Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

29 Child Development Level 3 A. Age appropriateness of activity B. Accuracy of information C. Creative use of resources D. Sequencing of activities E. Completeness of activity plan F. Item or activities safe for child s age level G. Completeness of information H. Easy to understand I. Quality of product or plan (workmanship) J. Creative use of items exhibited K. Toys/activities provide variety of experiences for child L. Overall appearances M. Difficulty for age and years in project A. Display no larger than 24 W x 15 D x 36 H B. Exhibit: a game OR community service activity OR teaching plan OR Olympics activity

30 Child Development Innovation A. Accurate information B. Well-formed idea/originality C. Goals established D. Exhibit reflects stated goal(s) E. Ability to explain decisions or results shown F. Skills/knowledge gained G. Exhibitor s ability to identify successes and failures H. Appropriate level of content knowledge demonstrated I. Logical flow to presentation; well-organized J. Eye catching and appealing exhibit K. Appropriate use of photographs, illustrations, design plans, etc. L. Will the viewer learn something?

31 STEAM Clothing 1,2,3 Non-Sewn Exhibit A. Display demonstrates knowledge of clothing construction concepts -Shows what was learned in the project -Information accurate, current, and meets exhibits requirements -Organized and/or written in logical steps B. Ability to explain the techniques learned or results shown C. Skills learned D. Workmanship on samples displayed E. Appropriateness of materials used in display or portfolio F. Choice of exhibit best way to convey information G. Follows exhibit requirements H. Shows originality J. Attractive and hold attention and is neat K. Well designed-use of space L. Easy to read and/or follow

32 Junior Fashion Revue A. Selection of Garment(s) -Fashion suits individual; enhances the figure -Becoming to individual in color, line, & proportion -Accessories coordinate well, give a finished look B. Fit -Enough ease for body movement & comfort -Absence of wrinkles, sags, or folds where they don t belong, especially when standing still -Design lines positioned correctly on body; seams correctly placed; hem even from floor, side-to-side, and front to back C. Grooming -Hair clean and neat -Clothes clean and well-pressed -Appropriate and invisible undergarments -Shoes clean and in good repair. D. Stage Presence -Stands/sits straight, but relaxed -Appears at ease with outfit and self -Shows off outfit and self in a pleasing way -Easy, smooth movement in walking & turning -Smiles and makes eye contact

33 Senior Fashion Revue A. Selection of Garment(s) -Fashion suits individual; enhances the figure -Becoming to individual in color, line, & proportion -Accessories coordinate well, give a finished look B. Fit -Enough ease for body movement & comfort -Absence of wrinkles, sags, or folds where they don t belong, especially when standing still -Design lines positioned correctly on body; seams correctly placed; hem even from floor, side-to-side, and front to back C. Grooming -Hair clean and neat -Clothes clean and well-pressed -Appropriate and invisible undergarments -Shoes clean and in good repair. D. Stage Presence -Stands/sits straight, but relaxed -Appears at ease with outfit and self -Shows off outfit and self in a pleasing way -Easy, smooth movement in walking & turning -Smiles and makes eye contact

34 Ready4Life Challenge Exhibition Focus: Career Exploration (CE) Entrepreneurship Exploration (EE) A. Can name companies or professionals in the career or business field. B. Can explain career/business field trends such as growth, innovations, or recent events C. Can offer an evaluation (strength & weaknesses) of the career/business field such as challenges, weaknesses, or missed opportunities. D. Awareness of variety of jobs/roles within the exhibited field or business. E. Has knowledge of salary ranges for related careers F. Can describe the required skills and/or education to achieve success in the career or business G. Can identify target customer characteristics for exhibited career/business field H. (for EE only) Product/service offers something different from competitors I. (for EE only) has a plan for acquiring customers marketing plan J. (for EE only) Financial Projections can make comparison between the cost of doing business and the anticipated income.

35 A. Can identify appropriate goals that lead toward achievement of career success in this industry/career/business B. Completed resume or business plan C. Evidence of actions taken to pursue this career or business Overall Comments: (Comments are helpful to the exhibitor; use back if necessary)

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