My kids had their school bazaar yesterday. They were busy as bees the whole week planning & making their crafts for sale at the bazaar! :)
|Here is my diligent & artistic ate making some last-minute fans to be sold at the bazaar.
A mere 40 pesos for her artwork. OUTRAGEOUS!!! ;P
They didn’t just buy the fans. They made it from scratch!
I’m so proud of their creativity & dedication! <3
Rule is everything they sell has to be hand made, self-cooked or activities that they will plan, man & execute. Proceeds will be used as their class fund to buy materials & food for their SOP (social outreach program) projects.
Here are some pictures from their happy & successful event…
|The bazaar was held in the gym. Which was good, coz it rained the whole day.|
|Ate’s class’ booth.. face painting.|
|One of the, if not THE, most popular booth! ;)|
|Of course I also wanted my turn with my ate-love! <3|
|Ever so proud face-painted mommy,
who reserved & bought 2 of the last fans ate created.
|My babyson & guys in his class meanwhile manned the basketball booth.
Also very popular with the kids…
|Made 7 hoops woohoo!!!
My prize? my babyson’s respect.. and 2 glowsticks, hahaha! ;P
|Lovey & her friends waiting for their shift to man their food booth.|
|Here she is selling me the last 3 sticks of their BBQ’s! ;)
Composed of 1 measly meat & 1 big taba hahaha!!! 20 pesos/stick. RIPOFF!!! ;))
Here are some other booths which caught my fancy. The kids are certainly getting more & more creative & bold every year! m/
Classes were suspended at 12 noon.. but this was one time that the kids weren’t in a rush to go home, hahaha! ;P Congratulations on a very successful bazaar!!! m/