The Robertson County 4-H Program offers the Clover Bowl for students in 4th – 8th grades. Each school will send the winning team per grade to the county contest is to be determined.
Teachers: To send a team to the county contest (one per grade per school), you can (1) schedule the 4-H agents to conduct a school contest, (2) borrow the buzzers and question sets to conduct your own contest at your convenience, or (3) choose a team to represent your school in the county contest. Let us know how we can help.
The winning county team in each grade at the county contest will advance to the Central Region Clover Bowl tentatively scheduled in Cookeville, May 14, 2020, at the Hyder-Burks Pavillion at TN Tech University Ag campus. Opening ceremonies will begin at 9:00 a.m.
Test Your Knowledge
Test your knowledge by answering the following questions, which represent a sample of what students across the county studied for the Clover Bowl. Check your Answers.
- How many U.S. Presidents were born in Tennessee?
- In what city is the National 4-H Center located?
- What Nashville weather man was a 4-H member from Dyer County?
- What does a Hognose Snake do when it is threatened?
- What is the official commercial fish of Tennessee?
- What is the state beverage?
- A male sheep of any age is called a what?
- Which boat has the right of way … a motor boat or a sail boat?
- What is the unit by which food energy is measured?
- What Tennessean is known as the “Hero of King’s Mountain”?
Central Region Clover Bowl Rules
Clover Bowl Rules
4th Grade Jeopardy
5th Grade Jeopardy
6th Grade Jeopardy
7th Grade Jeopardy
- Check out this link to rules for the contest. Any incorrect answer will be minus 5 points. 7th and 8th graders may be on a combined team.
- Matching Game – TN Nicknames
- Matching Game – TN Nicknames – KEY
- Matching Game – TN Symbols
- Matching Game – TN Symbols – KEY
- Matching Game – TN Government
- Matching – TN Govt. – KEY