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Jubilee - Decorate Your Classroom

Jubilee - Decorate Your Classroom

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Published by Michael
Bunting and other decorations for your party, print and cut out.
Bunting and other decorations for your party, print and cut out.

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Categories:Types, School Work
Published by: Michael on May 22, 2012
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Flags and Bunting: Decorateyour classroom for the Jubilee
Resource Explanation
Every celebration needs decorations! Within this pack you’ll nd
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Jubilee bunting and UnionJack fags (as well as templates or students to design their own), which you can use to decorate yourclassroom in preparation or
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Jubilee Friday. This creative resource is perect or tutor timeor art lessons.
How to use this resource
What you will need:
Scissors, glue, tape and string
How to make bunting
1. Photocopy your selected
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Jubilee bunting/Union Jacks (dependent on desired length).2. Cut out the shapes along the outline.3. Using a hole punch, make two holes in each individual shape (as depicted).4. Thread your piece o string through these holes, connecting all o your cut-outs.5. Glue or celetape the tabs to urther secure the bunting.6. Get decorating!
Design your own bunting
Why not ask your students to design their own Jubilee-themed bunting using the blank templatesprovided in this pack? Ask them to think about their choice o colours (the signicance o regal andpatriotic colours, such as purple, gold, red, white and blue), images, shapes, text etc.
Did you know? 
- Bunting is oten used as a patriotic or estive decoration. The phrase ‘bunting’ is commonly used toreer to a collection o ags - particularly, a collection o ags on a ship.- The Union Jack ag symbolises the union between England, Scotland and Northern Ireland - whichare all ruled over by the same King or Queen (currently Queen Elizabeth II). The ag is a combinationo the countries’ three ags: the ag o St. George, the ag o St. Andrew and the cross o St. Patrick.Wales is not included within the ag’s design because it is a Principality, which means that it is ruledover by a Prince or Princess (currently Prince Charles), and thereore not under the same rule asEngland, Scotland and Northern Ireland.- The colour purple is commonly recognised as the colour o royalty/nobility. It is viewed as such,because the dye originally used to create the colour was notoriously expensive, and, as a result, only royalty or those o high-status could aford it.
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