Don't forget your entries for the bauble competition tomorrow. I will be judging the baubles and announcing winners on Friday. Good luck!
This Christmas I am going to set you all a challenge to create a Christmas bauble. It can be any design you like and be as creative as you like. You could bake some salt dough and paint your bauble or you could buy a clear bauble and fill it however you like. The more creative the better and I will be judging the entries when you bring them in to school in the first week back. There are brilliant prizes to be won so please do have a go and even get your parents or carers to help you! There will be a prize for the winning bauble in each key stage; EYFS, KS1, LKS2 and UKS2.
I cannot wait to see the entries and find out what you have made.
I have put a time lapse below to help you think of some designs and how I made mine!
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL OF YOUR ENTRIES.
I will be judging the winners over the weekend and they will be announced on Monday.
I will email you if you have won or not.
Thank you for your patience.
Christmas holidays challenge
Can you make a Winter Wonderland or Santa's Grotto over the Christmas holidays using whatever materials you have at home? It could be an old shoe box, a box you've got through the post or even a tupperware box. Then go for a woodland walk and pick some holly or evergreen leaves and add them to your box. You could use glitter, cotton wool, lights, paint, felt tip pens, anything you like.
I cannot wait to see the final designs and award prizes to the best, most creative designs in each key stage; Early Years, Key Stage 1, Lower Key Stage 2 and Upper Key Stage 2.
Below is the video that your teacher showed you in class of me explaining what you need to do and also a time lapse video of how I made my winter wonderland.
Good luck and get building!