The Library would like you to make a diorama of a famous occurrence or scene. It can be a historic, literary, current or future event, or it can be a nod to pop culture. It can even represent a club, team, or other activity at Pine Creek. The one rule is that all the characters in the diorama must be played by Peeps.
Check out some of these dioramas submitted to other contests across the United States: https://tinyurl.com/marshmallowpeepdioramas
1. Think of a scene. Sketch some ideas. Possible extra credit given to those who deftly employ puns in their diorama concept or title
2. Make your diorama using a shoe box or comparable item of reasonable size. In the words of the contest writers at the Washington Post, "Melt, mold and manipulate those fluffy chicks and bunnies to bring your creative vision to life. If you don't know how to make a diorama, Google 'how to make a diorama.' "
3. Bring your creation (or creations) to the PCHS Library Learning Commons.
There will be two rounds of competition.
Round 1: Submissions due by Thursday, March 21st
Round 2: Submissions due by Friday, April 19th
Yes, you can submit twice.
No, you cannot submit the exact same item for both competitions.
Submissions Should Include:
a. The names and grade levels of anyone who contributed to the diorama
b. The title of your diorama and one to five sentences about its creation or significance.
If you have questions about the competition, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Marshmallow Peeps" in the subject line.
Note: Ideas and verbiage for this contest were HEAVILY borrowed from The Washington Post.