Class 37 - Schools 

Open to all Elementary School children and home school children

Directors:  Mary Townsend 519-848-5527, Teunie Laros

School Displays: A Way to Promote your School.

Each school will make a display arranged by the principal and teaching staff of each school.  Each school will choose and arrange its own display in 10’ linear space. Table is provided by the Fair board.  The sum of $20.00 will be awarded to each school exhibiting.  Entries are to be made to the Secretary arthurfallfair@gmail.com  by September 1st 2022 

Theme: “Let’s Celebrate”

Rules and Regulations

1. Grade as of June 2022

2. All entries to be in and ticketed by 11:30am Friday, September 9th, 2022

3. No entry fee required.

4. All entries to be the work of the exhibitor

5. One entry per person per sub – section.  i.e., John Doe can exhibit in Section A – 1 item in sub section 1 and 1 item in sub section 2 etc. not two items of the same thing in Sub section 1.

6. Every tag must have child’s age as of June 2022 in top right-hand corner

7. Each student is assigned a membership number and that number must be on the classroom entry form and on the student’s tag in order for the student to be paid their prize money

8. Exhibits MUST be picked up Sunday, September 11th, 2022, at 4:30 pm after removal from display by a director. Please make arrangements with someone in the school to do this (Staff member or Parent Council member)

9. Classroom Entry Forms to be completed at School by the teacher – please keep a copy for yourself.

How to Enter:

1. Exhibits may be taken to the curling club rink area Thursday, September 8th, 2022, between 4:00 & 5:00 PM or before 11:30 am on Friday, September 9th, 2022

 

Section A- Pre-School Children

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. Trace your foot and decorate it

2. Colouring book picture done with crayons

3. Draw, Colour and label a picture of your favourite fruit

4. Best Dressed Teddy Bear or Stuffed Animal

 

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section A receives $4.00

Section B – Junior Kindergarten (Year 1)

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. Create an animal using a tracing of your hand or foot

2. Make a snake or caterpillar from recycled materials – egg cartons, tissue rolls etc.

3. A necklace made from pasta or cereal, buttons or beads

4. Make a shaker using one toilet paper roll. Decorate using any media.

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section B receives $4.00

 

Section C – Senior Kindergarten (Year 2)

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. Spell your name with seeds, any variety

2. Create a “jack-o-lantern” paper plate mask

3. Cut out pictures of healthy foods and glue them on a brown paper lunch bag

4. Draw a picture of yourself at the Arthur Fall Fair

 

 

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section C receives $2.00

 

Section D – Grade 1

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. Draw a large tree. Cut out magazine pictures of people and paste on tree background to make a “Family Tree”

2. Draw and colour a picture of your family car or truck

3. Make a “sponge painted” flower.

4. Decorate a toilet paper or paper towel roll to be a Christmas cracker

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section D receives $4.00

Section E- Grade 2

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. Create a butterfly using a coffee filter.

2. Print on lined paper 6 flavours of pie

3. A sponge painted Canada flag

4. Decorate an old hat

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section E receives $4.00

 

Section F – Grade 3

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. A crayon or marker drawing of a car, van or truck

2. Draw and colour a picture of you eating your favourite pie.

3. Print or write, on lined paper, the names of 8 varieties of fruit trees

4. Make a fireworks picture

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section F receives $4.00

St John Catholic School Council Writing Special

From Kindergarten to Grade 3

“At my favourite family gathering we…”

Must have picture and sentence(s) to complete the phrase and be hand written.

Please put grade and age in top right corner of tag.

Each grade has own prize money: 1st - $5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3

 

Section G – Grade 4

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. A leaf rubbing.

2.  Make a “pop-up” birthday card for a special friend/person

3. Design a placemat showing the fair theme: “Let’s Celebrate”

4. Cursive writing – on lined paper, list the provinces, territories, and capital cities of Canada.

5. Make a doorknob hanger incorporating fair theme “Let’s Celebrate!”

 

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section G receives $4.00

Section H – Grade 5

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. Make a postcard to advertise this year’s Arthur Fall Fair

2. Make a sun catcher using tissue paper or crayon shavings pressed between 2 layers of waxed paper

3. Draw an imaginary family tree for your favourite cartoon character

4. Cursive writing- on lined paper, list 10 Prime Ministers of Canada

5. Make a friendly ‘wanted’ poster of your favourite animal

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section H receives $4.00

 

Section I – Grade 6

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. A school/homeschool history project.

2. A pencil sketch of a running shoe.

3. Cursive writing – on lined paper, write a recipe for your favourite pie

4. Cut a magazine picture in half and draw the other half

5. Design a pennant depicting this year’s fair theme “Let’s Celebrate”

 

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section I receives $4.00

 

Section J – Grade 7 and 8

Prizes $4.00; $3.00; $2.00

1. Draw, colour and label 4 Canadian symbols

2. Cursive writing – list 10 major events in Canadian History

3.  Make something using duct tape – ex. Wallet, flower, cell phone holder etc.

4.   A Hand drawn bumper sticker about your favourite music artist/group

5.   Draw your dream vehicle of the future. Label unique features

6.   Inukshuk, made of stones, no higher than 20 cm. (using heavy duty glue)​

Arthur Agricultural Society Special

Exhibitor with the most points in Section J receives $4.00

Helen Douglas Memorial Writing Special – Sponsored by Mary Slater

From Grade 4 to Grade 8

Creative Writing topic: “A family tree, put simply, is a record of a family’s history.”

Essay to be 50- 100 words

Entry to be completed in either cursive handwriting or typed using a word document on a computer

Please put grade and age in top right corner of tag.

Each grade has own prize money: 1st - $5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3