Class 30 – Junior Division

Junior Division

Class 30 – Junior Division     Grades 3 & 4

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JUNIOR DIVISION   CLASS 30  Grades 3 & 4

 

BAKING:

  1. Make 3 smores, displayed on a disposable plate.
  2. Cake-in-a-cup using the following recipe:
  • 1 coffee mug
  • 4 tbsp cake flour 4 tbsp sugar
  • 2 tbsp cocoa 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • 3 tbsp milk 3 tbsp vegetable oil
  • Splash of vanilla 3 tbsp chocolate chips

In the mug, mix flour, sugar & cocoa in mug with a fork. Add egg to dry ingredients & mix well. Add milk, oil & vanilla & mix again until well blended. Stir in chocolate chips. Cook in the microwave for 2-3 min & be sure to watch as it rises over the top of the mug but never spills out! Cooking time may vary among microwaves.

  1. Make chocolate covered strawberries “shown” on a disposable plate
  2. Make a marshmallow person “shown” on a disposable plate
  3. Decorate a hard-boiled egg & “show” it in an egg cup

ARTS & CRAFTS:

  1. Your favourite school project (max. 1 Bristol board sheet)
  2. Create a Christmas ornament out of red & green buttons
  3. “Sew” a cushion
  4. Dress your teddy bear as a farmer
  5. “Sew” 4 different buttons onto an old stray sock
  6. Using a child’s building set (Lego, K’nex etc.) create a structure that “grows” from small to large, max. 25 cm in any direction)
  7. Craft a friendship bracelet using embroidery floss & buttons & any other “sewing” items
  8. Decorate a cool baseball cap that you wouldn’t wear in front of your grandfather
  9. Any other craft not mentioned (max. 50 cm in any direction)

 

UNDERSTANDING AGRICULTURE:

  1. Hand print a list of crops that are “grown” in Caledon
  2. Draw a picture of “sewing, growing & showing at the Bolton Fall Fair”
  3. Create an agricultural scene from Kinetic Sand (max. 50cm in any direction)
  4. Hand draw/create the life cycle of a farm crop from seed to harvest