Recycling For Carnival<br />      A Reindeer That Eats Anything      	-Accessory<br />
What Was Used<br />A torn soft toy                           <br />A ribbon given with the wrapping paper in Christmas<br ...
Things used to represent :<br />The bottle was used to represent the body of the reindeer and also show what the reindeer ...
The shredded plastic was given in a hamper and used in the bottle to present the liquid that kept the objects floating.<br...
<ul><li>The toys were used to represent the animals and explorers that were passing buy and the cards were used to represe...
The soft toy was already torn and reused as a puppet but then the head, hands, and 'buttons' were used to give the body fe...
The black tape was used to stick the reindeer parts to the bottle once glue did not work though the black tape presents st...
Deborah Shaw<br />Age: 13<br />School: St. Dorothy’s Senior School Zebbug<br />Teacher: Ms. Josianne Sacco<br />
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  1. 1. Recycling For Carnival<br /> A Reindeer That Eats Anything -Accessory<br />
  2. 2. What Was Used<br />A torn soft toy <br />A ribbon given with the wrapping paper in Christmas<br />A torn sweatband<br />2 cards<br />Newspaper<br />Toys which were either torn, no longer in use or given for free with purchase<br />A plastic bottle<br />Black tape<br />Shredded plastic<br />
  3. 3. Things used to represent :<br />The bottle was used to represent the body of the reindeer and also show what the reindeer 'ate'.<br />
  4. 4. The shredded plastic was given in a hamper and used in the bottle to present the liquid that kept the objects floating.<br />The newspaper was torn and crumpled to present the age of the reindeer and the experiences he went through. It also presented the fact that he obviously ate what came in his way and that the newspaper must have been thrown away inappropriately.<br />
  5. 5. <ul><li>The toys were used to represent the animals and explorers that were passing buy and the cards were used to represent the campers he attacked while they were playing cards.</li></li></ul><li>The red sweat band was already torn but it represented the end of the reindeer eating anything once it was already full and also if he ate anything it will have a soft landing.<br />The ribbon was used to add colour inside the bottle. The letters from the ribbon were removed and was neatly cut.<br />
  6. 6. The soft toy was already torn and reused as a puppet but then the head, hands, and 'buttons' were used to give the body features.<br />
  7. 7. The black tape was used to stick the reindeer parts to the bottle once glue did not work though the black tape presents stitches of the wounds that the reindeer had.<br />
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  9. 9. Deborah Shaw<br />Age: 13<br />School: St. Dorothy’s Senior School Zebbug<br />Teacher: Ms. Josianne Sacco<br />

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