Projects reflecting our rural heritage - self-sufficiency and inventiveness.This is an opportunity for parents/relatives to teach children skills, pass on knowledge and make time to spend together. Therefore, adults may demonstrate skills, and then children copy the skills. Ownership MUST however still remain with the children - as it is their project. Judges will be looking at the children’s level of: - understanding of the learning process - engagement and enthusiasm for the learning process - originality and innovation (where possible) All children entering this category will be required to verbally share their ‘learning journey’ – their involvement with their project. Children may want to share their ‘learning journey’ in written and/or visual form. This is perfectly acceptable and is strongly encouraged but is not a requirement of entry. The options are limitless - use your imagination! The idea must fit into one of the following categories: ‘Kitchen’ Category - Create an edible project.'Arts and Crafts’ Category - Create a decorative project ‘Handyperson’ Category - Create a usable project.