CLASSES 201 & 202 – LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

 

CHAIRPERSON:           Abbie Velocci               705-896-5810

COMMITTEE:               Hanah Lowes, Heather Fullerton

PRIZE MONEY:                        1st = $5.00; 2nd = $4.00; 3rd = $3.00

 

CLASS 201: CHILDREN, YOUTH & ADULT PENMANSHIP

This year’s Fair theme is “We Have a Good Thing Growing” and in honour of this theme, entrants must submit their own HAND-WRITTEN, CURSIVE SCRIPT copy of “Land of the Silver Birch” (see below) on 8 1/2’ lined paper.

Script style, correct spelling and punctuation will be taken into consideraton for judging.

 

SPECIAL TWIST:  Can you find the ONE spelling error? Correct it and add a bonus point!

EXTRA HINT – go to wwwtlsbooks.com/cursivealphabetpractice.pdf for practice sheets of proper cursive handwriting form.

Land of the Silver Birch  is a traditional Canadian folk song that dates from the 1920s and the lyrics are sometimes attributed to Pauline Johnson. It is frequently sung to keep time while canoeing.

 

Land of the Silver Birch

Home of the beaver

Where stilll the mighty moose

Wanders at will

Blue lake and rocky shore

I will return once more

boomdidi boom boom – boomdidi boom

High on a rockey ledge

There where the blue lake lies

I’ll set my wigwam

Close to the water’s edge

Silent and still

My heart grows sick for thee

Here in the low lands

I will return to thee

Hills of the northSECTION:

  1. Ages 9 years and under
  2. Ages 10 to 11 years
  3. Ages 12 to 13 years
  4. Ages 14 to 18 years
  5. Ages 19 to 50 years

6,   Ages 51 and over

 

CLASS 202: CHILDREN, YOUTH & ADULT CREATIVE WRITING

STORY THEME: “Growing in Georgina”

 

NOTE:  Your story can be about an actual story (historical) or completely made up (fiction). The theme is very general and allows you to think outside the box. Just be sure to stay close to the theme.

 

ONLY the “Exhibitor Number” should appear on each page of the Creative Writing entry. All other information will appear on the exhibitor’s tag attached to entry.

 

All entries are to be HAND-WRITTEN OR HAND-PRINTED in pen or pencil. (No typed entries permitted)

All entries will be judged primarily on content, but spelling and grammar will also be taken into consideration for judging.SECTION:

  1. Ages 7 – 8 (100-200 words)
  2. Ages 9 – 10 (100-200 words)

 

  1. Ages 11 – 13 (100-300 words)
  2. Ages 14 – 17 (300-400 words)
  3. Ages 18 and over (300-500 words)

 

SPECIAL CLASS 210: COLOURING CONTEST OF FAIR THEME

SPECIAL CLASSES

CHAIRPERSON:           Heather Fullerton           (905) 722-6886

COMMITTEE:               Hannah Lowes, Abbie Velocci

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $10.00, 2nd = $7.50; 3rd = $5.00

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

ADDITIONAL RULES:

Download poster from our website and simply colour it in.

Circle the appropriate age category on the front of poster at bottom.

Age and owner’s full name must be clearly labeled on the back of the poster.

Larger groups of entries (ie: Daycare Center or Summer Camp groups) must have Age, Artist’s name and Group name on the back of the entry.

SECTION:

Tikes:  Ages 1 to 2

Junior: Ages 3 to 4

Intermediate: Ages 5 to 6

Senior: Ages 7 to 8

Oldies: Ages 9 to 12

 

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