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Anyone crafty - dd has to make a Trivial Pursuit style question box

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Dancergirl Fri 28-Nov-14 14:51:27

Dd has to create some question cards on the major religions and present them in a box, bit like Trivial Pursuit question cards.

She's fine researching ideas on the content but isn't creative at all (nor am I!) so does anyone have any ideas how she can make her work look good?

Asterisk Sat 29-Nov-14 21:13:28

Use a sweetie box or something the right sort of shape (margarine tub?) and just cover it with nice paper.

Jamfilter Sat 29-Nov-14 21:18:30

For the cards, to keep it simple how about choosing sheets of a plain colour of card, cutting it up into the preferred size, and putting a sticker as decoration on the back of each? Depending on how old DD is, I would probably go for printing the questions onto address labels, and sticking them onto the front of the cards.

Dancergirl Sun 30-Nov-14 10:10:04

Margarine tub is a good idea. I thought of a shoe box but that's too big.

jam she's nearly 12, year 7. The cards have to be double sided with question on one side and answer on the back.

Address labels good idea although I am rubbish with this sort of thing so don't think it's going to be easy!

basildonbond Sun 30-Nov-14 10:41:33

Argh - what is it with RE teachers and 'creative' homework projects?? So far this term dd (also y7) has had to make a 3D model of a church and is now designing an advent calendar ... (Dd typically going overboard and spending way too long on it). So sorry OP, no advice but I share your pain ...

Dancergirl Sun 30-Nov-14 10:45:30

It's frigging art homework! Set art homework in ART and RE homework in RE!! angry

basildon very glad we're not at your school! A 3D model of a church??!!

sashh Sun 30-Nov-14 12:15:20

An after eights box - then she can put the cards inside the a/e papers.

She could buy some blank business cards and print them off on, the cards would look nice and she can print both sides, or just one and stick them together.

Instead of cards do them rolled up like scrolls and then just put them in a jam jar or plant plot - say they are based on the dead sea scrolls.

She could also do it with lollypop sticks again in a jar - will look good.

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