Presentation on theme: "Story Character Pumpkin Decorating Contest. About the Contest The purpose is to celebrate reading and to have fun It is intended to be a family or class."— Presentation transcript:
About the Contest The purpose is to celebrate reading and to have fun It is intended to be a family or class project This project is completely optional. Participation is not required.
Contest Rules Pumpkins should represent a favorite book character. On the entry form you must have the title and author of the book written on the form. Get the book information first before even starting to decorate the pumpkin.
Contest Rules Continued Absolutely no carved pumpkins. To decorate you can use paper, glue, paint, markers, pipe cleaners, fabric, or other craft items on the pumpkin. Let your creativity soar!
Contest Rules Continued Do not write your name anywhere on the pumpkin Mrs. Hunter will secretly code your pumpkin when you turn it in.
Contest Rules Continued Families with more than one students may enter the Family Project category. Families with preschoolers may also enter this category.
Contest Dates Pumpkins may be turned in from Mon. Oct. 18 to Thurs. Oct. 21. Judging will take place on Friday Oct. 22 Pumpkins may be up and taken home by Oct. 29.
Prizes: $15 Walmart Gift Card for the winner of following: K-1st 2nd-3rd 4th-5th Popcorn party and $25 Walmart Gift Card for the top teacher/staff pumpkin. Pizza & board game to top family pumpkin.
Examples Elmer, Miss Spider, Frog Prince, Tin Man
Examples: Hungry Caterpillar, Junie B. Jones, Wild Thing, Wilbur & Charlotte
Angelina Ballerina, Tacky the Penguin, Butterfly from Hungry Caterpillar Examples:
The Ugly Duckling, Miss Nelson, Rainbow Fish Examples:
Shiloh, Witch from Wizard of Oz, Harry Potter Examples:
Amelia Bedelia, Sam from Green Eggs and Ham, Tigger from Winnie the Pooh Examples:
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