Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Center Parcs Monthly Challenge - The Rivengre

Each month for the next 10 months Center Parcs will be setting a challenge and by taking part you could be chosen to be a Center Parcs Family blogger. For full details please see the Tots100 page. This months challenge is asking for you and your family to paint a picture or make a model of your dream water ride.

This is what my daughters came up with.
First I showed them the new water ride at Center Parcs Elvedon Forest, the Tropical Cyclone.

Star decided to call our water ride The Rivengre. The ride would be all the colours of the rainbow and have lots of twists and turns. You can choose which colour you wish to ride down, but the colours will change on the way down to the pool. Each person would ride on an inflatable animal, from a crocodile to an elephant. Boo added that she would like the ride to be very very fast, little daredevil that she is. The ride would be like a helter skelter, but with several lanes. At the end it would be like a bumpy slide, the kind you get at fairgrounds, before you plunge into the pool, hopefully still on your inflatable animal.

Here is a picture board we put together of The Rivengre, and the original drawing by Star.



3 comments:

  1. Love this, you should definitely win it!!

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  2. Aww thanks Steph, I'm not in it to win it though, just trying to encourage others to take part :-)

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  3. I still have no idea what I am going to do for this challenge! Yours looks great, well done to you all for putting it together,

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