For this month’s competition, we challenge you to make your own silly cress heads.
Cress heads are so much fun! Cress seeds sprout and grow REALLY quickly, adding a funky hairdo to any decorated egg or pot. Simply add wet kitchen paper or cotton wool to the base of an eggshell or recycled pot, and sprinkle on your cress seeds. Place them on a sunny windowsill and give them a spray with water daily. No compost needed!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FIVE WINNERS:
Nella, age 7, Towcester
Esme, age 10, and Edward, age 7, Chester
Eve, age 9, Newbury
Eleanor, age 10, High Wycombe
Harry Potter Cress Head
Isabella, age 7, Alford
Here are some more fantastic cress-headed creations from our readers:
Freya and Rosie, ages 9 and 7, Bristol
Amelia, age 6, Tickhill
Hattie, age 11, Towcester
Minka and Marcelina, ages 11 and 9, Glasgow
Tymoteusz, age 8, Manchester
Eden-Lily, age 6, Hailsham
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We loved receiving your entries to our cress head competition. What funny cress-headed fellows you created: from crooks and caterpillars to polar bears and princesses! Thank you to everyone who entered the competition.
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