Summer fayre ideas school fair

A number of pots are filled with sand.In some a coin or small prize is placed in the bottom before the sand is added so that it is completely hidden.People then choose a pot of sand which they pour through a garden riddle / sieve.If they are lucky the prize will be revealed.If not " Oh well they can always buy another pot!"

A number of pots are filled with sand.In some a coin or small prize is placed in the bottom before the sand is added so that it is completely hidden.People then choose a pot of sand which they pour through a garden riddle / sieve.If they are lucky the prize will be revealed.If not " Oh well they can always buy another pot!"

Chocolate Throw Fundraiser Children get to throw a coin from behind a marked line, aiming at one of 6 blocks of chocolate placed on a rug on the ground. If the coin lands and stays on a block of chocolate - its theirs! (blocks are replenished once won - so there's always 6 on display to be won).

Chocolate Throw Fundraiser Children get to throw a coin from behind a marked line, aiming at one of 6 blocks of chocolate placed on a rug on the ground. If the coin lands and stays on a block of chocolate - its theirs! (blocks are replenished once won - so there's always 6 on display to be won).

Six Sox Challenge Fundraiser- This sounds simple but is a real winner with children.  Peg six coloured socks on a line and pop a cheap toy or a few sweets in each.  Kids can feel but not look inside the sock. They can keep whatever is in the sock they choose. Simply refill the socks after each go.  You can of course use more than six socks

Six Sox Challenge Fundraiser- This sounds simple but is a real winner with children. Peg six coloured socks on a line and pop a cheap toy or a few sweets in each. Kids can feel but not look inside the sock. They can keep whatever is in the sock they choose. Simply refill the socks after each go. You can of course use more than six socks

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