Section 10: Fun & Creativitity

Section 10: Fun & Creativitity 2018-01-16T15:38:46+00:00
Create a picture or collage about ‘Under the Sea’ no bigger than A3. Decorate the border using any medium.
ClassAge Category
Class 10010 to 3 years old (with adult assistance)
Class 10024 to 7 years old
Class 10038 - 11 years old
Create a miniature ‘Insect Obstacle Course’. Resulting creation must be able to fit on an A3 size sheet of paper.
ClassAge Category
Class 10064 to 7 years old
Class 10078 - 11 years old
3r’s - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Using any clean items from your recycling design, make and decorate a bird feeder suitable to be hung in a tree. Resulting creation must be able to fit on an A4 sheet of paper.
ClassAge Category
Class 10104 to 7 years old
Class 10118 - 11 years old
‘Clay Nation’ - design and make an imaginary insect. Give it a name and tell us where it lives. Resulting creation must be able to fit on an A4 sheet.
ClassAge Category
Class 10144 to 7 years old
Class 10158 - 11 years old
‘Fruit and Veg Creation’ - using any fruit and/ or vegetable, build a form of transport. Resulting creation must be able to fit on an A3 sheet of paper.
ClassAge Category
Class 10184 to 7 years old
Class 10198 - 11 years old

Please note, the Fun & Creativity Section will be staged and judged on Saturday 11 August.

Section Rules

Please read section rules very carefully. Failure to comply may lead to disqualification.

  • All entries must be the unaided work of the child unless entering class 1001.
  • The age of each competitor will be taken into account by the judges.
  • An exhibitor may enter up to two entries per class.

Hints and tips for exhibitors

  • Try and not copy cartoon characters, make up your own.
  • Play, create, use your imagination and have lots of fun.
  • For inspiration, use a sketchbook to draw and paint your ideas from original sources if possible. Take photos and look at books in your local library or the internet for images that you like for inspiration.
  • Join a local environmental charity such as Worcestershire Resource Exchange and collect some exciting materials for creative projects that will normally go to landfill.
  • Go to shoe shops for boxes or ask in the local shop/ superstore. Look at the packaging in cupboards and use images, texts, shapes in your creations.
  • Fill a box full of interesting household waste, plastic bottles of all sizes, matchboxes, cereal boxes over a period of time for creative possibilities.
  • Rather than buying objects try and make your own ideas as much as possible from natural and recycled materials.
  • Try and develop your own ideas, points will be awarded for imagination and originality.
  • com is a great website for inspiration.