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Carnival for all people young and old Students and teachers
introduction Welcome to the carnival costumes PowerPoint. We are going to tell you all about the carnival costumes. How they are made and where do they come from (etc.)? We are sure this session is not going to be boring and that you will find it fun and interesting. There will be lots of stuff for you to do Like: quizzes, puzzles, designing costumes and much more for you to do. So I hope you won ’ t get bored and that you will really enjoy it !!!!!!!!!
Information on the carnival costumes. As you can imagine carnival is not a one or two day event. It takes a lot of time, effort, planning and organisation to put a Carnival band together, leading to a successful event, which has participation, involvement and enjoyment of all our diverse communities, in the areas where the Carnivals are held. In terms of Costumes it takes many weeks of welding; sewing; gluing; applying feathers, foil paper, glitter and lots of creativity, energy and patience. The first step is to come up with a theme or overall concept for the band and to develop costume illustrations for each section of dancers. Costumes are then sewn, decorated and fitted to each individual dancer. All this creative activity takes place in what are referred to in the Caribbean as “ mas camps ”, where team work and organisation are crucial to creating an award winning production. The larger costumes are usually more difficult to design and build. Huge frames are created by bending wire into shapes and then covering with paper Mache, foam and other materials. Science (Physics) plays an important role, as the costume must be able to move and dance across stages and streets and not fall apart. Many different forms of decorations and materials (natural and man made) are used to transform the costume into a dream of the mind ’ s eye. Created primarily from wire, netting foam and paint these awesome costumes mesmerize and dazzle spectators. Our step by step video of how to design costumes and how to make a head band will be useful to understand the practical steps of constructing costumes for Carnivals.
Different parts of the carnival costumes. headband crown Extravagent gloves Leo tardes Now can you name some more or think of your own ones you would like to have ?
Name the pictures
What is this….
Designing carnival costumes It is a competition to see who can make the best carnival costume. How do we do this well 1.Get one black bag 2.Get a pair of scissors 3.Cut 2 holes for the arms and 1 hole for your head in appropriate places 4.After you have done that, find any suitable materials, sequences (e.g. glitter, stars and other decorations and anything else like that). 5.After you found what you want to put on your bag 6.You can get started At the end who ever is the best will win a prize.
If you don’t want to dress in a black bag you can dress and design me and the best thing is you can still win a prize
Now puzzle time We are going to do a puzzle online You all can come and try it After you have all had a turn you can go on the computer and type in ask one of use to put in and password in for you.www.jigzone.com Then go on internet pic any carnival costume and right click and save it in desk top (if you cant do it ask one of use for help) Chose file that you saved it on and upload it on the puzzle and at the side you get to pick the one that you uploaded and play on it you can change it easy or hard and make the shapes different like for example star shape and put it together something like that it is up to you. If you get bored of that puzzle do the same thing again how you got the first puzzle you can get as many as you want.
Wordsearch Wordsearch is for you to find the words and bet the clock. You will have 4-5 Minuites to complete It Good luck
Word Search Please search some countries below famous for Carnivals from the following table:- 1.Brazil 2.Netherlands 3.Slovania 4.India 5.England 6.Spain 7.Switzerland 8.Germany 9.Jamica. 10Canada
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Poems About Carnivals Please Read the two poems about Carnivals, individually or in groups. Please write your own poems about the Carnivals in your area
poems Rio Carnival Samba music Rio style Coloured people by the mile All week long they dance and smile On rare occasions rest awhile Carnival is here Samba drummers, wildly drumming Costumes startling, head-dresses stunning Happy children shouting, running Mothers laughing, singing, humming Carnival is here Costumes Samba dancers twisting, twirling Batons through deft finger whirling Hands round flailing drumsticks curling Brilliantly coloured flags unfurling Carnival is herecoloured flags Samba bands, theme tunes playing Coffee coloured bodies swaying Topless girls their charms displaying Wondrous scenes, everyone ’ s staying Carnival is herecharms Samba notes in Rio sounding Tired arms on drums still pounding All night long the beat resounding Twinkling stars above abounding Carnival is here Samba nights have now passed Next year ’ s carnival will be as vast New themes, costumes, another cast Let Samba schools forever last Carnival was here. The best poem wiRio Carnival Samba music Rio style Coloured people by the mile All week long they dance and smile On rare occasions rest awhile Carnival is here Samba drummers, wildly drumming Costumes startling, head-dresses stunning Happy children shouting, running Mothers laughing, singing, humming Carnival is here Costumes Samba dancers twisting, twirling Batons through deft finger whirling Hands round flailing drumsticks curling Brilliantly coloured flags unfurling Carnival is herecoloured flags Samba notes in Rio sounding Tired arms on drums still pounding All night long the beat resounding Twinkling stars above abounding Carnival is here Samba nights have now passed Next year ’ s carnival will be as vast New themes, costumes, another cast Let Samba schools forever last Carnival was here.
A Poem about the Carnival by Grace Kempster- Northampton Central Library CARNIVAL Carnival is exuberance, Carnival is celebration Carnival affirms life, laughter and liberation Carnival is infectious - casting rainbows of colour in grey times Carnival is generous embracing everyone to partake of its joys, wonders and compelling creativity Carnival is street opera Carnival is arms wide open to embrace diversity, differences in the common languages of smiles and delight Carnival is us, carnival is ours, carnival is a magnetic force for good, undiluted happiness - just add people to taste. Please write your own poem about the Carnival in your area? The best one wins A prize
Questions:- 1.Name four materials used in the construction of costumes. Why is Physics important in designing and making costumes. Why are different colours and decorations used in making costumes. Name three different costumes used in the Carnivals. What happens to the costumes when the Carnival is over. Do you think health and safety is a major consideration when making and designing costumes and why, if yes.
Time to say goodbye hope you had a wonderful Time if you think im trying to rhyme you are right