How to create a scarecrow with recycled materials easily.
I'm planning to make a scarecrow for fall with my students. And this scarecrow concept was used as the Golden Statue of Liberty. We made the body of the scarecrow from a teddy bear that was worn, torn, and no longer used on a long pole that hangs mosquito coils. Then, using the child's toy sticks, I made joints on the arms like the Statue of Liberty. Afterwards, a golden mask was put on and a golden tablecloth was wrapped so that it flowed down like the clothes of a goddess. I'm going to hang small paintings by my students on these clothes.
Each region has a scarecrow making competition. The area where I live also makes scarecrows every year and sets them up in stores around the center.
Constitution Day, Poster Design Contest for US Kids!
Constitutionfacts.com and the GIC (Government Information for Children - ALA GODORT) are national sponsors of the Fifteenth Annual U.S. Constitution Day Poster Contest for students, an international contest promoted exclusively through the Internet.
To compete, the contest invites K-12 entrants (including homeschoolers) to celebrate Constitution Day (Sept. 17) by designing a poster showing how they benefited from the freedoms embodied in the U.S. Constitution.
Entries must be postmarked by October 2, 2023. The first 100 entrants receive a free pocket constitution book from constitutionfacts.com, with the contest winners receiving additional prizes! To learn more, download the Poster Design Contest entry form.
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Use an 8-1/2" x 11" paper to create your design and attach to this completed form • Your poster can feature any aspect of the Constitution, including the Bill of Rights & Amendments • Make it colorful! Be creative
RETURN THIS FORM TO: Constitution Day Poster Design Contest, Box 9515, Naperville IL 60567.
Entries must be postmarked by October 2, 2023.
Winners will be announced on the www.ConstitutionFacts.com website on November 9, 2023.
Each winner will receive a Constitution commemorative coin with the Grand Prize winner also receiving a $100 cash award.
Winning posters will be displayed at www.ConstitutionFacts.com.
All physical entries become the property of ConstitutionFacts.com and cannot be returned.
The entries and their underlying design may be used by Gov Doc Kids Group, its sponsors, collaborators, and assigns at the sole discretion of Gov Doc Kids Group or ConstitutionFacts.com. Selection Criteria: Content relevant to Constitution 33%, artistic design 66% (original, colorful, transfers well to poster) NEWS FLASH:
The first 100 entries will receive a free pocket size guide to the Constitution entitled The U.S. Constitution & Fascinating Facts About It (courtesy of ConstitutionFacts.com).
Below is the required information for the contest.
"Artist's opportunity for the international contest with theme,"enriching lives through diversity and inclusion."
Artist's opportunity for the international contest!
Featuring 50 billboard-size images measuring 16 feet (4.88m) wide by 12.5 feet (3.81m) high, each work of art is created by local, national and international artists reflecting their interpretation of our theme "enriching lives through diversity and inclusion."
The 2024 exhibit will be on display mid-January through April at multiple locations in Southwest Florida. Since 2004, the exhibit has hosted over 4.3 million visitors, in addition to 461,361 students via our education programs, for a very unique opportunity to experience the importance of diversity and inclusion in our lives.
Art contest for young artist
In 2023 they have three age groups and two categories
– Submissions open 1 February and close 30 June.
National Watercolor Society
A non-member or NWS Associate whose painting is accepted for the Annual Exhibition will be contacted by the Society President to apply for Signature membership by submitting three matted paintings (not including the exhibited work) that the Jury of Selection will review.
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