Presented by the Dunnville Agricultural Society
August 17th 18th & 19th 2018
SCHOOL FAIRFair Office 905-774-8199 Margaret Clark
1. Open to ALL CHILDREN in Dunnville and the surrounding areas.
2. Only one (1) entry from each student in each section.
3. Name of School and Students must appear on the entry tags only.
4. Entry tags must be placed in the lower right hand corner of the printing, writing or artwork.
5. School entry tags to be filled out by a teacher or parent.
6. Entry tags are available from committee members or the Fair office.
7. Entries will be collected by M. Clark by June 22nd 2016. (Other arrangements can be made - contact Fair office)
8. All entries MUST be received by July 10th, 2016
9. Entries will be placed in the Exhibition Hall on Thursday August 18th, 2016.
10. Entries will remain on display until 8pm on Saturday August 20th, 2016.
11. Entries may be collected by students or teachers after 1pm on Sunday, August 21st, 2016.
Directors/Members are not responsible for lost/damaged entries.
Class #28 School Fair
1st Prize - $3 2nd Prize - $2 3rd Prize - $1
Ribbons will be awarded for First, Second and Third. The school with the most points in all sections will receive and retain for one year the Wayne Nyomtato plaque plus keeper plaque from the Dunnville Agricultural Society. Please note that no school can win the "Wayne Nyomtato Plaque" more than 2 consecutive years.
1. Colour in a colouring book page with crayon
2. Paint a portrait of "My Favorite Pet"
3. Decorate a Juice Box as your favorite character or animal
4. Printing on a HALF sheet of LINED paper print in PENCIL "Good things grow in Haldimand County"
5. Create a creature from a Milk or Juice carton, other craft, supplies may be used
6. Create using Crayon or Marker only a picture of a fairy tale or cartoon character (max .5"x11")
7. Create an article made from a used book and/or pages (Sponsored by "The Friends of the Library")
8. Printing in PENCIL on every other line on a HALF sheet of LINED paper, print the text below.
If it is not right,
Do not do it:
If it is
Do not say it.
By Marcus Aurelius
9. On 8.5"x11" black paper, drop white paint onto one side of paper. Fold in half and press. Open to see a cow spot.
10. Create a Fire Safety theme poster no larger than 11"x17".
11. Create an article made from a used book and/or pages (Sponsored by "The Friends of the Library").
12. Print in PENCIL on every other line of lined sheet of paper
In this room
There's not a breeze.
No one sneezed
The littlest sneeze.
No one wheezed
The faintest wheeze.
The door's shut tight
With a big brass handle.
Who blew out the candle?
13. Draw a picture of your favorite summer activity (max 8.5"x11")
14. List 5 produce garden items. Draw a picture of each (max 8.5"x11")
15. Create an article made from a used book and/or pages (Sponsored by "The Friends of the Library")
16. Create a menu for a birthday party with drawings/pictures (max 8.5"x11")
17. Design a "Wanted Poster" (max of 8.5"x11").
18. Create an article made from a used book and/or pages (Sponsored by "The Friends of the Library").
19. Draw a picture of a Haunted Building (please name/identify - max of 8.5"x11")
20. Draw your favorite winter sport using pencil crayons (max of 8.5"x11").
21. Create an article made from a used book and/or pages (Sponsored by "The Friends of the Library")
22. Write in BLUE or BLACK ink on a LINED sheet of paper the following
I think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.
A tree whose hungry mouth is prest
Against the sweet earth's flowing breast;
A tree that looks at God all day,
And lifts her leafy arms to pray;
A tree that may in summer wear
A nest of robins in her hair;
Upon whose bosom snow has lain;
Who intimately lives with rain.
Poems are made by fool like me,
But only God can make a tree.
23. Draw an image of your favorite sport.
24. Make a poster pertaining to your current science or history studies.
25. Create an article from a used book and/or pages (Sponsored by "The Friends of the Library").
26. Use cursive writing or printing in BLUE or BLACK ink on a LINED sheet of paper to write out the following:
The VoiceSPECIAL NEEDS
There is a voice inside of you
That whispers all day long,
"I feel that this is right for me,
I know that this is wrong."
No teacher, preacher, parent, friend
Or wise man can decide
What's right for you - just listen to
The voice that speaks inside.
by S. Silverstein
(Elementary aged children with identified SPECIAL NEEDS)
27. Create a snowflake
28. Create a necklace using shoestring and pasta
29. Create a Halloween mask using paper/Styrofoam plates with decorations.
YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION
"Original hand-made design"
Prizes for each Class
1st $5 2nd $4 3rd - $3
• A - Junior Up to and including Grade 4.
• B - Intermediate Grade 5 - 8 inclusive
• C - Senior Grade 9 - 12 inclusive
Subject: "Promoting your Fair"
1- Name and Date of Fair must be clearly shown on the poster
(Dunnville Fair - August 19th & 20th 2016)
2. Must be hand drawn
3. Poster size: Minimum 8.5" x 11" (without border) Maximum 11" x 17" (without border)
4. Each entry must be mounted on a BLACK ART CARD or BRISTOL BOARD, must be showing a 2" border
5. The winning poster from each class at the Fair will be eligible to enter the District Competition (representing District #6).District winners are eligible to enter the Provincial Competition.
1. Overall Appearance - 20 points
2. Attract and hold attention - 30 points
3. Competition Theme is clear - 40 points
4. Quality materials/end product - 10 points
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