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AWAKERI SCHOOL
AGRICULTURAL DAY
14 October 2016
INDOOR
PROGRAMME
(PLEASE NOTE: THE INDOOR ITEMS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ON THURSDAY 13th OCTOBER BETWEEN 4.30pm & 6pm AT THE COMPLEX)

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Floral and craft Junior
Floral and craft Middle
Floral and craft Senior
Cooking  

FLORAL AND CRAFT
Children are to bring their containers and flowers to school on Thursday morning
13th October. An opportunity will be provided for all children to do their arrangements during the day. Indoor show entries must be prepared at school.

JUNIOR
Rooms 1, 2, 3 (Bring Materials for items 1 & 2)
All made at school prior to Ag Day
1. Vaseline saucer
2. Posy in a decorated tin
3. Decorated Pet Rock

Room 4, 5, (Bring Materials for items 1, 2 & 3)
These will be made at school prior to Ag Day.
1. Bookmark
2. Vaseline saucer
3. Posy in a decorated tin

The children will receive house points for participation for all of the above.

JUNIOR INDOOR INSTRUCTIONS
TO Be Made At School on Thursday
Vaseline Saucer – (Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Saucer will be smeared thinly inside with vaseline and decorated with flower petals and leaves. Bring flowers to school on Thursday. Saucer provided.
Pet Rock—(Rooms 1, 2, 3) done at school. Children will be given a smooth stone to paint.
Posy in decoated tin (420g size)– (Rooms 1,2,3, 4, 5) Made at school. Bring 420g tin and flowers from home.
Bookmark—(Rooms 4, 5) Made at school. Pressed flower onto cardboard and laminated.


MIDDLE
Rooms 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11 (Bring Materials for at least 3 items)
1. Miniature scene of a local BOP landscape or activity
2. Shell Creation
3. Tennis Ball Person/Creation
4. Decorated gumboot/boot/shoe - Book character
5. Art Display (made at school)
6. Recycled animal

The children will receive house points for participation for all of the above.

MIDDLE INDOOR INSTRUCTIONS
Miniature Scene -Create a scene from the local area or portray an activity in the local landscape. Have a plan. Make in a small tray/box or baking dish.
Shell Creation: Freestanding creation made from shells. Glue gun available.
Tennis Ball Person/Creation - Can use cardboard, feathers, paint etc. Glue gun available. Bring ball and decorations to school on Thursday.
Recycled Animal: Freestanding animal made from clean recycled materials that can go in your recycle bin (No glass)
Decorated Gumboot/boot/shoe– Character from a book using any materials. Glue gun available.

SENIOR
Rooms 12,13, 14 & 15 (Bring Materials for at least 3 items)
1. Flax flowers
2. Novelty Animals from natural material
3. Rubbings to create artwork
4. Flower arrangement in a novelty container
5. Aqua Jar

SENIOR INDOOR INSTRUCTIONS

Flax Flower - made at school.
Aqua Jar - A flower or arrangement attached to a jar lid with a neat mound of plasticine and lowered into the jar filled with water. When inverted it makes an attractive display. Try to avoid any water bubbles by filling the jar to the brim before lowering in the flower. Any type of clear jar will do as long as it has a screw top. Try a little glitter for effect. Flowers should not touch jar sides/top.
Novelty Animals– made from natural materials, no foods.
e.g. pine cones, twigs, driftwood, acorns. Must be free standing.
Flower arrangement in a novelty container - Choose flowers and arrange in an unusual container, old shoe, nice bottle, tin can etc. Do not hide the shape of the container with your arrangement. The flowers must be in water in the novelty container.
Rubbings: Rubbings of leaves, bark or other plant material.

COOKING (Judged)
This section is optional. The baking must be done at home and be delivered to the Events Centre between 8.15am and 9am Thursday 13th October. Late arrivals will not be judged, but will be accepted for display only.
Cakes to be displayed top side up. The cooking will be judged. All cooking to have names out of view for the judging.

5 & 6 year olds
A. 3 decorated gingerbread people—cutters may be used.
B. 3 vanilla wine biscuits (bought) with decorated faces

7 & 8 year olds
C. 3 Decorated gingerbread people—cutters may be used.
D. 3 Vanilla wine biscuits (bought) with decorated faces
E. 1 Decorated Cup Cake

9 & 10 year olds
F. Uniced chocolate cake (conventional oven)
G. 1 Gingerbread Person/animal (no stencils to be used)
H. 3 pieces of Uncooked Slice
I. Decorated Cake
J. 3 Decorated Cup Cakes

11 years and over
K. 3 Yo-yos/Melting Moments (2 biscuits joined together with a filling)
L. 3 pieces cooked slice
M. Decorated Cake
N. 3 Meringues