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Need to make an amazing and interactive and attractive and appealing display to showcase the Jubilee..tomorrow really, so no chance for children to make anything for the basic outline, though they'll get to add bits later (probably).
Anyone got any good ideas please?
I need to do this some time this term, too. I was thinking about a family tree (do the children know who the royals are?) and perhaps a timeline of the main events in the UK over the last 60 years. Could also have some pictures of the Queen's various residences and where they are in the UK? I'm year 3, so would depend on your year group, I guess.
Either way - lots of red, white and blue with union jacks all over the place!
A pie chart of the expenditure and upkeep of the Royals? A map of the world showing how far Air Miles Andy has travelled? The countries which Prince Phillip has insulted
Sorry - Republican head on.
Time line is good - link to Prime Ministers, events. Members of the Commonwealth.
I like the timeline idea as well. We have two boards, so could have a time line going between them as bunting? We have some proper bunting as well.
Robyn you had similar ideas to my OH...:)
robyn147 A pie chart of the expenditure and upkeep of the Royals? A map of the world showing how far Air Miles Andy has travelled? The countries which Prince Phillip has insulted
LOLOL Love it!!!
robyn147 A pie chart of the expenditure and upkeep of the Royals? A map of the world showing how far Air Miles Andy has travelled? The countries which Prince Phillip has insultedSorry - Republican head on.Time line is good - link to Prime Ministers, events. Members of the Commonwealth.
they could compare it to the expenditure and upkeep of a President....
This isn't going to get my display made!
But is making me smile lots...
We could maybe do a 'did you know?' thing for 1952 on one board, then a timeline of events strung across the ceiling as bunting, then a 'did you know?' about the Royal family now (including a family tree) on the second board.
And yes children will make bits later on in the term to put up and fill the area, but we have to have something up and ready for the start of term.
is it not illegal to play around with images of the Queens face and then publish them as display?
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