CLASS 7: Children’s Section

CLASS 7: Children’s Section
CHAIRPERSON: Helen Illingworth
Co-Chairperson: Debbie Villeneuve (613) 256-1586
Committee: Irene Moore
RULES & REGULATIONS
See “RULES & REGULATIONS OF THE N.L.A.S.”.
Entries accepted at main hall on Thursday July 13, 2017 from 3-10pm
Exhibits are to be picked up on Sunday, July 16, 2017 from 4-5pm

Tips for Exhibitors:
• Each exhibit must be an individual exhibit, except school exhibits.
• Any junior entering will compete in the grade in June 2017
• Entries that do not meet the rules and regulations (ie. Size) will be disqualified.
• Be sure and not re-enter articles from previous years.

Sponsors of Sections 1 – 65:
Ryno Motors; Tim’s Carpentry; County Cabs;
Sis & Bros Smart Buys; Bill Villeneuve; Donna and Rodney Carpenter;

PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTIONS 1 TO 18:
1st $1.75; 2nd $1.50; 3rd $1.25; 4th $1.00

Preschool
1. Decorate a cookie on a base with icing and candies, using a red and white theme (cookies made or bought by a parent, approx. 3-6” in diameter)
2. Make a table centerpiece using articles from nature glued to a solid base
3. Make a flower out of egg cartons and decorate with any materials
4. Picture taken from a colouring book (crayon)

Jr. & Sr. Kindergarten
5. Make and decorate a crown, using a red and white theme
6. A cut out paper snowflake
7. Rooster made from egg cartons and decorate with any material
8. Paper bag puppet “Farmer”, lunch bag size
9. Printing, first name only (on lined paper)
10. Picture created by tracing a hand or foot & adding to it, (8½” x11”)
11. Picture taken from colouring book (wax crayon/marker)

Grades 1 & 2
12. Paper plate, “Cow”
13. A rainbow scene, sponge painted on black construction paper (8½” x 11”)
14. A decorated basket, extra materials may be used
15. Decorated fly swatter
16. Decorated clothespin, butterfly
17. Crayon/Marker drawing of “My Family”, (8½” x 11”)
18. Printing “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe”
One, two buckle my shoe,
Three, four, knock at the door

PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTIONS 19 TO 42:
1st $2.00; 2nd $1.75; 3rd $1.50; 4th $1.25

Grades 3, 4 & 5
19. Canada’s Provinces, Territories & Capital Cities, PRINTING
20. “School Bus Safety Rules” (see end of class) PRINTING
21. A decorated ball cap for “Canada Day”
22. Coloured drawing of the Canada Flag (8½” x 11”)
23. Make a Birthday card
24. Create a bird from household items (eg. Cotton balls, spools, empty containers and toilet rolls, etc.)
25. Hand decorated canvas shoes (wearable)
26. A decorated trinket box
27. Freehand drawing of favourite hockey team logo, (8½”x11” )

Grades 6, 7 and 8
28. Penmanship, “School Bus Safety Rules” (see end of class) WRITING, INK ONLY
29. Penmanship, 1st verse of “O Canada”, WRITING, INK ONLY
30. A collage, relating to Canada, any media (8 1/2“ x 11”)
31. Decorated gift bag for Easter
32. Make a scrapbook page of you and your friends
33. Display 5 DIFFERENT agricultural equipment (old or new) and identify on a poster
34. Bouquet of wild flowers and weeds

8 Years and Under Only
35. Picture, hand drawn, coloured any media, (8½” x 11”)
36. Decorate a wooden spoon, any theme
37. Stone (paperweight) decorated
38. Make a whale using a stuffed paper bag and decorate using any material
39. A decorated plastic spoon made into a bug and decorate using any material, on a base
40. Decorate a paper plate as “Cat in the Hat”
41. Decorated door knob sign, any material
42. Make a sock puppet

PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTIONS 43 TO 62:
1st $3.00; 2nd $2.50; 3rd $2.00; 4th $1.50

18 Years and Under
43. Mixed variety bouquet of flowers only, 5 different blooms
44. Lego or Construx, original design on a base
45. A decorated candle holder using any material
46. Model made from a kit, plastic or wood
47. My favourite photograph, “that I have taken” – mounted with a caption
48. Handmade jewellery, any material, mounted on cardboard
49. Handmade fan – decorated using any material
50. Design your own CD cover
51. Decorate an article using buttons
52. Make a tractor out of noodles mounted on a firm base
53. Make an article using playdough, on a base
54. A decorated flower pot, Easter bunny
55. Dress a stuffed animal as a farmer
56. Bookmark using any material
57. Display of 5 different breeds of heavy horses and identify on a poster
58. Display showing 5 different breeds of light horses and identify on a poster
59. Decorate an old pair of sunglasses
60. Article made from ONE LEGO kit, by ONE PERSON, on a base of any media
61. Photo of 4 different animals “that I have taken”, mounted with caption under each photo
62. Any other craft, not listed

PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTIONS 63 TO 65:
1st $10.00; 2nd $8.00; 3rd $6.00; 4th $4.00

Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies
Poster Competitions
63. Junior, up to and including GRADE 4
64. Intermediate, include GRADES 5 to 8 inclusive
65. Senior, include GRADES 9 to 12
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR LOCAL FAIR & DISTRICT COMPETITION:
• Promoting ALMONTE FAIR, name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster
• Must be hand drawn
• Poster size: minimum 8½”x11”,maximum 11” x17”, without border
• Each entry must be centred on cardstock or Bristol board with a 2”border on all four sides.
• Name of fair, district, contact person, owner, age, grade & school of poster to be clearly labeled on back of each entry.
• Winning poster for each class will go to District II Meeting in October 2017 for judging.

CARTER SHOWS SPECIAL
PRIZE MONEY FOR SECTIONS 66:
1st 2 ride bracelets; 2nd 1 ride bracelets; 3rd 30 tickets
66. Carter Shows Midway Ride Special
Make a 3 dimensional midway ride using any material (e.g. model, Lego or paper). Max size 30cm x 45cm (12”x18”). Less than 15 years of age.
School Bus Safety Rules
1) Stay seated while the bus is in motion.
2) No loud or boisterous talking.
3) Keep all of your body inside the windows.
4) Do not throw any objects around in the bus.
5) No fighting or swearing on the bus.

*ANY JUNIOR ENTERING WILL COMPETE IN JUNE 2017 SCHOOL GRADE*

—- Gramma's Kitchen —-  North Lanark Agricultural Society