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    I'm making my littley (she's 6) a plaque to take in as a christmas pressie for her teacher.

    This is what i thought - a plaque with (teacher's name) Star of the week! on the top half and a blackboard paint lower half for teacher to chalk on the child's name.

    Is this an ok idea or would it upset the children who aren't the star of the week. Would star of the day be better for a quicker turnover?

    Or forget the idea altogether and I'll make something entirely different altogether?
    samigail
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    Last edited by samigail; 14-11-2011, 07:39 PM.
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  • #2
    Of the day is probably better for six year old.

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    • #3
      I would say star of the day too
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      • #4
        Thank you, I'll make it up as star of the day, see how it looks, I may abandon the idea altogether!
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        • #5
          I've just come back from doing a Tudor Day in a junior school and the last thing that happened as I was packing up was a little girl and boy ran into the cloakroom, beaming from ear to ear, both saying one after the other, "I'm a starchild!"
          Then they explained they were star of the day.
          It was just so lovely. Definately worth doing.
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          • #6
            Definitely star of the day. I think its a great idea - go for it!
            Wid

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            • #7
              Originally posted by AnnieAnna View Post
              I've just come back from doing a Tudor Day in a junior school and the last thing that happened as I was packing up was a little girl and boy ran into the cloakroom, beaming from ear to ear, both saying one after the other, "I'm a starchild!"
              Then they explained they were star of the day.
              It was just so lovely. Definately worth doing.
              Annie
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              awww that's so sweet.

              Thanks for the comments, I've gone with "star of the day", as you all say, it seems best
              just waiting for glue to dry on the stuck on stars then I'll photo and show you all x
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              • #8
                Thank you everyone for your help

                The finished plaque is here
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                • #9
                  It's lovely. I'd perhaps just outline the stars with a thin line of glitter - Stickles glitter glue would be good to do this
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                  • #10
                    yep, I think that would be good, just add that little finish to the stars
                    Thank you
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