Jr Fair Prize List

Please be sure to have adequate water in your containers, No artificial items permitted
This class open to children Grade 12 and under.
Prize money 1st – $3.00, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd – $2.00, 4th – $1.50 and $1.00 for each worthy entry

1. Smallest, Sunflower head, stem removed, displayed on a plate
2. Cosmos, 5 stems with foliage
3. Marigolds, 5 blooms, long stems with foliage
4. Mums, 3 stems with foliage
Petunias, single, 5 sprays
6. Roses, 1 stem, any variety
7. Rose, 1 Bloom , floating with its own leaf
8. Single Dahlia bloom
9. Snapdragons, 3 spikes
10. Sedum, 3 stems
11. Bouquet of Cattails in a can- Please use rocks /marbles in the can to blance the weight
12. “Feed the Bees”- five(5) flowers in a vase , that are bee friendly
13. Collection of weeds/grasses arranged in a soup can
14. Collection of garden flowers, in a vase,accompanied by a list of the flowers displayed.

15. Best arrangement in a sand pail
16. An arrangement using pine cones and nuts, glued on a paper plate

17.Best live arrangement ina recycled container
18.A bouquet for the Queen’s 90th Birthday, in a recycled container

19. 3 Beets
20. 3 Carrots
21. Longest Carrot
22. 3 Table Cucumbers
23. Fattest Cucumber
24. 1 Zucchini
25. 3 Cooking Onions
26. 5 Potatoes , name the kind
27. Potato with the most eyes
28. 1 Pie Pumpkin
29. 1 Mammoth Squash
30. 1 Pepper Squash
31. 1 Butternut Squash
32. 3 Ornamental gourds OR mini pumpkins
33. 3 Ripe Tomatoes, stems left on
34. 5 Cherry Tomatoes, ripe
35. 3 Green Tomatoes, stems left on
36. 5 Cherry Tomatoes, green
37. 1 Odd-shaped vegetables , not decorated
38. 5 Apples ,named variety
39. 5 Pears, named variety
40. Vegetable Vehicle, combination of whole or carved vegetables , on a solid base
41. Longest dandelion tap root
42. GR 1-4 A Kooky Creature made from a variety of fruits or vegetables
43. GR 5-8A Kooky Creature made from a variety of fruits or vegetables
44. 1 Litre Barley
45. 1 Litre Oats
46. 1 Litre Wheat
47. 1 Litre Soybeans
48. 3 Ears of Yellow , Grain Corn
49. 3 Stalks Ensilage Corn
50. Silage Corn, in 1 litre zip lock bag
Student with the most points in Section 1 – 50 wins $10.00

Prizes offered in Sections 51-117 will be 1st -$3.00, 2nd – $2.50, 3rd – $2.00

PRESCHOOLERS, as of Sept 30, 1026
Please be sure to put your contact phone number on each tagged entry
51. A picture made with your hand prints, max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″)
52. Colour a picture from your favorite colouring book
53. A collection of different stickers, mounted, max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″)
54. A necklace made from cereal and /or pasta
55. Create a Snowman using popped popcorn, mount on a piece of construction paper max 28cm x 44 cm ( 11″ x 17″)

56. A sunflower head, decorated as a face, accessories are permitted, displayed on a paper plate
57. Glue pasta and/or cereal on paper and decorate to create a coloured rainbow, 22cmx28cm(8.5″ x 11″)
58. Smallest Maple Leaf, mounted
59. Decorate a fly swatter
60.Make a picture of a flower, using old buttons, on construction paper 22cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″)
61. Make a pipe cleaner animal, max 30 pipe cleaners
62. Make a scarecrow from marshmallows and toothpicks ONLY, display on a paper plate
63. Make a collage of leaves on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″) paper, no leaf larger thane child’s hand
64. Decorate and small gift bag – Mother’s Day theme
65. Decorate a toothbrush
66. Decorate a 20cm (8″) pancake display on a paper plate.
67. Make a picture out of birdseed, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″) paper
68. Make a marshmallow flower max 12.5 cm (5″) high
69. Box Art-Theme “My Dog’s Home” base is a box max. 30 cm x 20 cm (12″x8″0 box on its side
70 Make a picture of an animal out of seeds. max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11) unframed

GRADE 2&3 as of Sept 30, 2016
71. Create an edible castle , max, base 15cm x 15 cm (6″x6″)
72. Decorate wrapping paper for a birthday 22cmx28cm (8.5″x11″)
73. Make a clothespin butterfly
74. Decorate an old pair of sunglasses
75. Decorate a lightbulb, securely fasten to paper plate
76. 6 small Pet Rocks, decorated placed in 1/2 dozen size egg carton
77. Create a “Canimal” from 1 can (ie soup) by gluing and taping decorations to lool like an animal or bird
78. Decorate a Tennis ball as a farm animal
79. Decorate a pop bottle to look like a farmer
80. Decorate a single light switch cover plate
81. A picture collage of vegetables and/or fruits, 22cm x 28cm (8.5″x11″)
82. Create a free standing “Family Tree”, max 45 cm (18′)
83. Decorate a hard boiled eg and display in an egg holder
84. Decorate a Pumpkin, NOT CARVED, max 20 cm x 25 cm (8″x 10″0
85. Box Art- Theme Haunted House, base is a max 30 cm x 20 cm ( 12″x 8′)

GRADE 4 & 5 as of Sept 30, 2016

86. Decorate a Flip Flop, Sports Theme
87. Create a Fall Fair Float using a shoe box
88. Decorate a picture frame suitable for a 12 cm x 18 cm ( 5″x7″) photo
89. Make a corn cob race car
90. Make a First Aid Kit for your home in a water tight container (ie Tupperware) min 8 items
91. Make an edible necklace(string must be edible too)
92. Create a spider using a pair of kid’s gloves, decorated
93. Make a person out of a plastic spoon
94. Collage of French words, min 15 words, 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x11″)white paper. Spelling will be judged
95. A Map of Simcoe County, 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″), naming townships, 5 lakes and 5 historical places. Use pencil crayons
96. A bird feeder made of a plastic container
97.Create a Winter Scene, in a glass jar
98. Make a Scare Crow out of a mini hockey stick
99. Decorate Pumpkin, NOT CARVED, max 20 cm x 25 cm (8″x10″)
100. Draw and colour a Country Scene, Label barn,silo,hay bale, cow, horse,pig,chicken,tractor and combine. 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″)

Grade 6-8 as of Sept 30, 2016
101. Decorate a light bulb as a Tractor and fasten to a paper plate
102. Make a Dream Catcher using all natural materials that you would find outside
103. Make a board game with rules
104. Create a Favorite Idol, indicate name on the tag
105. Design your own ” Coat of Arms” any media on 22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) pap22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) paper
106. Create a calendar page for October 2016, free hand, NO COMPUTER AID, 22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) paper
107. Create a Movie Poster, NO COMPUTER AID,22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) paper
108. Create an object made of recycles metals, Theme “Ride at the Fair” max 30cm x 30 cm (12″x12″)
109. Make a building using sugar cubes and Royal Icing on a card board base 15 cm x 15 cm (6″ x 6″)
110. Make a Terrarium out of a glass jar
111. Decorated Pumpkin, NO CARVED max 20cm x 25 cm (8″ x 10″)
112. In a Shoe BOx. Design a store you would like to see in Elmvale
113. Decorate a single light switch plate cover
114. A Candle Holder Creation
115. GRADE 6 ONLY Map of Ontario , label 3 lakes, the Capital and 5 large cities- Use
22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) paper
116. GRADE 7 ONLY Map of Canada, Label and locate provinces, territories and capital cities 22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) paper
117. GRADE 8 ONLY Map of North America, label coutries, ccapitals, 3 important rivers and surrounding bodies of water 22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) paper
Student with the most points in section 51- 117 wins $10.00

Section 118-120
Prizes 1st $5.00 , 2nd – $3.00 , 3rd – $2.00

GRADE 6-8 as of Sept 30, 2016
118. Create and “Anti-Bullying ” poster max 28cm x 44 cm ( 11″ x 17″)
119.Design a possible front cover for our 2017 Fall Fair Book- “Canada’s 150th”theme , 22cm tall x 12.5 cm wide (8.5″ x 5″) any medium, Black and White Only
120. Sketch a farm animal in charcoal or pencil 22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11”)
Section 121- 122
Prizes 1st – $6.00 , 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00
This class will be displayed in secure showcases

Create a farm scene, including people and/or animals, within a shoe box. Scenery may be non-Lego. i.e. paint, paper &twigs. Max 28 cm (11″) tall. Must use at least 150 Lego pieces. No Kits Please
121. JK- GR 3 ONLY
122. GR 4 – GR 8 ONLY

ELMVALE HOME BUILDING CENTRE – SPECIALPrize money offered in Sections 123-125
1st &6.00 , 2nd $4.00 , 3rd $3.00
Make a creation out of Duct Tape ONLY. No additional materials to be used
123. JK- GR 4
124. Gr 5- Gr 8
125. Gr 9 – Gr 12
Sections 126-129
$3.00 for every worthy entry
126. JK- GR 3
127. GR 4- GR 6
128. GR 7- GR 8
129. Secondary School
If the work is done at home it must be in the hands of either the classroom teacher or L. Murray at 705-322-5067, no leter than Friday, Sept 30,2016 at 9AM for pre-judging
Prizes offered for Section 130-152
1st-$3.00, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd-$2.00
130. Draw a picture, on 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media ME AT PLAY
131. Draw a picture on 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media IN MY BACK YARD
132. Printing use page provided by s school representative , MY NAME IS…

133. Draw a picture on 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media ANIMAL FRIENDS
134. Printing , on 3 ring lined paper, printed on every other line, first 4 lines of the poem Funny Turkey
Funny Turkey Author : Public Doman
The turkey is a funny bird
It’s head goes bobble-bobble;
And all he knows is just one word…
and that is gobble-gobble!

135. Draw a picture on 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media FUN IN THE LEAVES
136 .Printing , on 3 ring lined paper, printed on every other line, the poem AN AUTUMN DAYAuthor Carmen Lagos Signes
Pumpkins in the cornfields,
Gold among the brown,
Leaves of rust and scarlet
Trembling slowly down:
Birds that travel southward,
Lovely time to play;
Nothing is as pleasant as an autumn day!

137. Creative Writing on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ) white paper, may be typed. AT THE FAIR,IM GOING TO …
138. Draw a picture 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media THE FALL FAIR
139. Writing , on 3 ring lined paper , written on every other line, the poem IN AUTUMN Author Winifred C Marshall
They’re coming down in showers,
The leaves all gold and red;
They’re covering the little flowers, and tucking them in bed.
They’ve spread a fairy carpet
All up and down the street;
And when we skip along to school they rustle ‘neath our feet.

140. Creative writing on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ), white paper WHAT WILL MY SCHOOL LOOK LIKE IN 2040
141. Draw a picture on 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media, AN AUTUMN SCENE
142. Writing , on 3 ring lined paper , written on every other line, the poem THANKSGIVING Author: Unknown
The year has turned its circle, the seasons come and go.
The harvest is all gathered in
And chilly north winds blow.

Orchards have shared their treasures,
The fields, in their yellow grain.
So open wide the doorway-
Thanksgiving comes again.

143. Creative writing, on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ), white paper, may be typed MY ADVENTURE AT THE FAIR
144.Draw a picture 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media, SCENE FROM MY WINDOW
145. Writing , on 3 ring lined paper , written on every other line, the poem LEAF BLANKETS Author Irene B Crofoot
Leaves are falling, soft as snowflakes,
Red and yellow, gold and brown;
The breeze laughs gaily in the treetops,
Shaking all the colour down.

Leaves are covering the gardens
As my blanket cover me.
When cold winter comes , the flowers
Will be warm as warm can be.

146.Creative writing, on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ), white paper, may be typed MY ADVENTURE AT THE PYRAMIDS

147.Draw a picture 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media, LANDSCAPE
148 Writing , on 3 ring lined paper , written on every line,in INK the poem AUTUMN WIND Author John Muir
Autumn Wind Author: John Muir

In autumn when the trees are blown
The little leaves come tumbling down
They do not make the slightest sound
Until the wind comes puffing by
And blows them off towards the sky

The winds will blow their own freshness into you
And the storms their energy,
While cares will drop away from you
Like the leaves of autumn.
149.Expository Writing, on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ),white paper may be typed MY CANADIAN HERO
150.Draw a picture 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media, SUNSET
151.Writing , on 3 ring lined paper , written on every line,in INK the poem LEAVESAuthor Elise N Brady
How silently they tumble down
And come to rest upon the ground
To lay a carpet , rich and rare,
Beneath the trees without a care,
Content to sleep , their work well done,
Colours gleaming in the sun.

At other times, they wildly fly
Until they nearly reach the sky.
Twisting, turning through the air
Till all the trees stand stark and bare.
Exhausted, drop to earth below
To wait, like children, for the snow.
152. Expository Writing, on 22cm x 28cm (8.5 in x 11 in ) white paper, may be typed POSITIVE CHANGES IN ELMVALE THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE

Prizes for Sections 135-155
1st – $10.00, 2nd – $6.00, 3rd -$4.00
Any media , on white paper , 28cm x 44 cm (11in x 17in )
153. GRADE 1 & 2 Milk Products
154. GRADE 3 & 4 Dairy Farming
155. GRADE 5 & 6 Technology on Dairy Farms
Prizes offers in section 156- 158
1st – $20.00, 2nd -$15.00 , 3rd -$10.00
Name and date of the fair must be clearly shown on the poster, Must be hand drawn. Minimum size 8.5 in x 11 in (22cm x 28 cm) with the max size being 11 in x 17 in ( 28cm x 44 cm), poster size. PROOFREAD SPELLING Each entry must be mounted on a cardstock or Bristol board to add a 5.5. cm (2 in) boarder on ALL FOUR SIDES if work is done at home it must be in the hands of the classroom teacher or L. Murray by Sept 30, 2016 at 9AM.
First prize posters will be entered at the District Competition. Name of Person, School and the fair name must be on the back of the poster
156. JK – GR 4
157. GR 5 – GR 8
158. GR 9 – GR 12
Judging standards for the O.A.A.S Special Poster Competition
1. Overall appearance – 50 points
2. Hand Drawn – 35 points
3. O.A.A.S. Criteria (size, material, theme) – 15 points