Clover Bowl  

 

 
 
 
 
 
  

  4-H Hamilton County Clover Bowl Contest

2020 Contest Date to be announced
open to teams in 4th - 8th grades
(3 to 4 youth in the same grade make up a team)
 

 

 

 
 
 
Example questions:
 
What is the Tennessee State Flower? What is the study of living things? What do snakes smell with? What are the 4-H colors? What is minimum age to obtain a Tennessee driver's license? The town of Ross's Landing changed its name in 1839 to what? How many feet are in a mile? How do honeybees communicate?
 
If you can answer those types of questions then you may be ready to take on the educational challenge of the 4-H CLOVER BOWL! Fourth to eighth grade 4-H members from all over Hamilton County can have the opportunity to represent their school/community group in 4-H’s very own jeopardy style quiz game.  The purpose of the Clover Bowl is to acquaint 4-H members with themselves and their surroundings through participating in an enjoyable and educational program. In addition to this main purpose, it is hoped that the 4-H Clover Bowl will help participants develop leadership, teamwork, and communication skills along with learning more about Tennessee History, government, agriculture, 4-H and more!
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Participants are given the questions and answers to study for the school, county, and regional competitions. Questions used in Clover Bowl contain content from curriculum and state standards from educational subject areas that are taught in Tennessee schools.  
 
Information for questions comes from the topic areas of Tennessee (Geography, History, and Government), 4-H, Family & Consumer Sciences, and Agriculture. 
 
School and community group competitions are generally held throughout March with the county competition being held in April. Winners of the county competition by grade level will then advance to represent Hamilton County at the Regional Competition in Knoxville on the campus of The University of Tennessee at Knoxville which is generally held in May.
 
Advancement levels: School/Community, County, Regional
 
For more information contact an Agent at:
 
   UT/TSU Extension - Hamilton County
 
6183 Adamson Circle
 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37416
 
Phone (423) 855-6113
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