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Voting Stations

Red Dot Voting Stations

KLASS 2013
KS1 KLASS using coloured paper clips as counters so I can distinguish between year groups

UWCSEA East / March 2010

Other Voting Stations

In China, the international schools doing the Panda Book Awards have used different ways to collect votes from younger students.

Beth Gourley at IST set up empty water bottles next to the picture books and had young students cast colored beads in them.  She then asked some kindergarten classes to help her count the beads.

John Byrne at WAB bought a bunch of old Chinese coins and had students post them in ceramic containers.

We look forward to seeing photos of the various Red Dot Award voting stations!