State 4-H Consumer Decision Making
Every day you make decisions, such as what you are going to eat, what you are going to wear, or what to buy. Consumer Decision Making teaches you how to make decisions based on information that you have learned and studied and on facts that you have collected. It can also help you learn to defend your decisions.
The 4-H Consumer Decision Making Contest can help you practice making decisions by matching your knowledge, skills and abilities against those of others. You will learn to rank items based on standards and quality.
Contact your local Extension office for information on local contests.
Consumer Decision Making Divisions
Consumer Decision Making is divided into three age divisions:
- Beginner: Ages 8-9 before September 1 of the current 4-H year (or may choose to participate in the junior division)
- Junior: Ages 10-13 (age 10 before September 1 and up to age 13 as of December 31 of the current 4-H year)
- Senior: Ages 14-18 (as of December 31 of the current 4-H year)
Consumer Decision Making Resources
- 4-H Consumer Decision Making (CC616)
- Judging Card - Instructions
- Judging Card - Blank
- Group Think Worksheet
- Group Think Score Sheet
- 2019 State Fair Contest Guidelines
- 2019 Senior Registration Form
- 2019 Junior Registration Form
- 4-H Consumer Management Project Sheet
- 2019 Beginner Study Guides and Sample Classes (CC617)
- 2019 Jr/Sr Study Guides and Sample Classes (CC618)
- 2017 Consumer Choices State Contest Results
- 2018 Consumer Decision Making State Contest Results
- 2019 Consumer Decision Making State Contest Results