Class 39 – CONVENOR: 905-729-2225
PLEASE NOTE: ALL ENTRIES IN THE SCHOOL SECTION MUST INCLUDE A BLUE SCHOOL TAG. BLUE SCHOOL TAGS MAY BE PICKED UP AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS OR AT THE FAIR OFFICE OR THE LOCAL LIBRARY
1 The grade a student is in at the end of June 2017 is the grade section under which he/she will submit entries (Exception -students entering kindergarten in September 2017 may enter exhibits in the ‘Kindergarten’ section).
2 All exhibits must be the original work of the student.
3 All entries will be judged on originality of idea, creativity, and overall effect.
4 If entry is not worthy of prize, judges may disqualify.
5 Exhibitor allowed only one entry in each section.
6 Judge’s decision will be nal.
7 Exhibits are placed in classes at the owner’s risk.
8 Blue tickets must be lled out for each entry. At the top (visible) print the class, section number and the full name of the article. At the bottom pupil’s name and school should be printed and the tab folded up so as to cover. INCOMPLETE ENTRY TICKETS WILL NOT BE JUDGED. Home schooled exhibits must include a phone number and address.
9 All entries must be delivered to the Beeton Arena by parent or school representative on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. or Friday, September 15, 2017 between 8:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
10 Noexhibitsaretoberemovedfromthehalluntil5:00p.m. Saturday, September 16, 2017.
11 Ifaschoolrepresentativedoesnotpickupexhibitsby6:00 p.m. Saturday, September 16, 2017, they may be claimed on Monday, September 18, 2017, between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Beyond that time, the school committee will not be responsible for school items.
12 NOTE:Parents,encouragechildren,buttakenopartin their work.
13 Teachersareaskedtocheckthattheirstudents(especially in lower grades) are entering exactly what is speci ed in each section.
TROPHIES & AWARDS
A Mel Mitchell Memorial Plaque – This plaque will be presented to the school accumulating the most points in the school section. It will be presented at the opening ceremonies. Points will be awarded as follows: 1st – 5; 2nd – 4; 3rd – 3; 4th – 2; and 5th – 1. In addition, the winning school will be presented a monetary award of $350.00 to go to the school library.
PRIZES FOR SECTION 1-20: $3.25; $2.25; $1.47; $1.50; $1.25.
1 Printing: Your own first name, on lined or unlined paper.
2 Picture: Theme -“Flowers” – draw and colour a picture of a flower or flowers, any media.
3 Picture: Theme -“Torn Paper” – use pieces of torn paper glued onto construction paper to make a picture – no templates.
4 Picture: Theme – “ Me and a Pet”, draw and colour a picture of yourself and your pet or a pet you would like to have, any media.
5 Craft: Make a farm animal’s face, any medium.
6 Printing: In pencil on lined paper: I like coming to the fair.
7 Picture: Draw a picture of yourself doing something to help out at home, any media
8 Craft: Make a folded paper fan, make it colourful, any media
9 Picture: Draw a picture of a building(s) that you would see in your community (i.e. house, barn, firehall, school), any media
10 Craft: Make a puppet
11 Printing: In pencil, on lined paper, this poem The Squirrel:
12 Picture: Draw a picture showing the members of your family,
13 Craft: Make a fall decoration
14 Picture: Draw a picture showing a farm, any medium
15 Poster: Create a poster showing a safety rule that you would use
at school or at home. Print the rule on the poster
rinting: In pencil, on lined paper, this poem Banananananana:
I thought I’d win the spelling bee
And get right to the top,
But I started to spell “banana,”
And I didn’t know when to stop.
17 Picture: Draw a picture depicting pioneer times
18 Picture: Draw a picture reminding people to recycle
19 Picture: Draw a picture of a farm, any medium
20 Poster: Make a colourful poster with your favourite cartoon character on it
SPECIALS – GRADES: KINDERGARTEN, GRADE 1, GRADE 2, GRADE 3
21 Kindergarten & Grade 1 – Beeton Fair Picture: Draw a picture, named, on an event you would see at the 161st Fair (i.e. parade, horse show, baby competition), any medium.
22 Grade 2 & Grade 3 – Beeton Fair Picture: Draw a picture, named,on an event you would see at the 161st Fair (i.e. parade, horse show, baby competition), any medium.
23 Vegetable Person/Animal/Bird/Insect: Open to Kindergarten and Grade 1. Use more than one vegetable.
24 Vegetable Person/Animal/Bird/Insect: Open to Grades 2 and 3. Use more than one vegetable.
C$3.00; $2.00; $1.50; $1.25; $1.00.
25 Cursive Writing: On lined paper, this poem by Carl Sandburg:
Between Two Hills
Between two hills
The old town stands.
The houses loom
And the roofs and trees
And the dusk and the dark,
The damp and the dew
26 Picture: Draw a picture showing the use of light in the community (i.e. neon lights, dim restaurant lights) any medium
27 Create: a ag for Canada’s 150th Birthday
28 Craft: Make a mask
29 Poster: Create a poster showing an animal(s) in its natural habitat
Cursive Writing: On lined paper, this poem by Carl Sandburg:
See the trees lean to the wind’s way of learning,
See the dirt of the hills shape to the water’s way of learning, See the lift of it all go the way the biggest
Wind and the strongest water want it.
31 Picture: Draw a still life of your favourite food, any medium
32 Photo: 2-4 photos of your family pet, mounted on a piece of construction paper
33 Craft: Make a greeting card for Canada’s 150th Birthday
34 Poster: Create a poster showing a scene in two seasons (ie: tree in winter, tree in summer)
35 Cursive Writing: On lined paper, this poem by Maud Burnham:
When the Farmer’s day is done.
In the barnyard, every one,
Beast and bird politely say,
“Thank you for my food today.”
When the barn is locked up tight,
Then the farmer says, “Goodnight!” Thanks his animals, every one,
For the work that has been done
36 Picture or project: representing a First Nation’s Group
37 Design a paper T-shirt for Canada’s 150th Birthday
38 Photo: 2-4 photos of farm animals, mounted on a piece of construction paper
35 Poster: Design a pair of cowboy boots
- Fair Picture: Draw a picture, named, on any aspect of 160th Beeton Fall Fair, any medium.
- Design a CD cover for any music group, or for your- self, any medium, hand drawn.
- Design a logo and name for a brand new sports team, maximum size 81/2” x 11”, computer generated.
- Vegetable Person/Animal/Bird/Insect: Open to Grades 4, 5 and 6; made from more than one vegetable.
GRADES SEVEN & EIGHT
PRIZES FOR SECTIONS 44-48: $3.00; $2.00; $1.50; $1.25; $1.00
44 Create an illustration for a children’s book, any medium, name the book.
45 Craft: Farm Collage any medium.
46 Photography: Theme “Fun on the Farm”, 3 photos, mounted.
47 Create a ag for Canada’s 150th Birthday, any medium.
48 Sketching: A pencil sketch of any subject, no larger than 11” x 14”.
49 Poster advertising Beeton Fall Fair (i.e. date, place, 161st year, etc.), any medium.
50 Design a travel brochure advertising any country, computer generated.
51 Illustrated Poetry: Write a verse or two of your favourite poem and create a suitable illustration on the same page, any medium.
CREATIVE WRITING COMPETITION
SPONSORED BY THE BEETON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
1 Grade 7 – Short Fiction
2 Grade 8 – ShortFiction
AWARDS FOR GRADE 7 AND GRADE 8 STUDENTS PRIZES: 1ST: $20. 2ND: $15. 3RD: $10.
1 The submission MUST be the original creation of the student in his/her grade seven/eight year in the month of the Beeton Fall Fair.
2 Topic(s) may be the student’s own choice.
3 The Short Fiction should be a minimum of 250 to 500 words
4 All grade seven/eight students may submit one piece of Short ction.
5 Submissions must be on 81⁄2” x 11” (letter size) paper and must be neatly and legibly written, printed or typed.
6 Illustrations are not necessary.
7 a) The best submissions in each of the two categories are to be forwarded to the Convenor of the School Section by 11:30 a.m. on Friday, September 15, 2017, at the Beeton Arena.