Like Stone Soup, Creative Kids Magazine is not a contest but a publication written for kids by kids.Kids can submit everything from stories and songs to editorials and plays.
Like Stone Soup, Creative Kids Magazine is not a contest but a publication written for kids by kids.Kids can submit everything from stories and songs to editorials and plays.Not only does this writing contest help kids learn to work together, but it also teaches them about formatting manuscripts for children’s books, as submissions must be formatted according to specific guidelines.
Some high school contests accept entries in a variety of formats, including the standard fiction and non-fiction, but also things like screenwriting or visual art.
Check out these contests with multiple categories: number of categories and styles, including cash prizes or scholarships for some distinguished award winners.
This annual contest is unique in that it focuses on kids working collaboratively to create a piece of illustrated work in the form of a children’s book.
The 21-29 page book can be fiction or non-fiction and must be created by a group of at least three students.
National winners receive a monetary or gift card prize as well as a sizable “LAL Reading Promotion” grant in their name for their local school district.
Though technically not a contest, Stone Soup magazine publishes stories (2,500 words or less) and poetry and book reviews by kids 13 and younger.Have you ever taken four minutes to listen to this video from Andrew, where he gives a brief description of IEW’s methodology and the results of a few years of using this method?Right around he says, “Once they gain the basic skills of Structure and Style, their creativity explodes!Students are grouped by age into three different levels, all of which are judged at both a state and national level.Entries are judged on the merits of composition (grammar, organization, and language skills); content (how well the theme has been addressed); and voice.Each station chooses winners which are then entered in the national contest.TIME for Kids, a non-fiction weekly news magazine for classrooms, is a child-oriented version of its parent, TIME Magazine.youth essay contest which encourages young minds to examine America’s history, along with their own experiences in modern American society, expressing their views based on a patriotic theme chosen by the VFW Commander-in-Chief.This year's theme is: Pro-Life Essay Contest: The Culture of Life Studies Program is teaming up with the Institute for Excellence in Writing to offer students in grades K-12 the chance to express their pro-life beliefs.Prizes include cash awards and some cool pro-life gear!Deadline: TBD for 2019: IEW students (K-12), submit your compositions for a chance to be published in our monthly e Newsletter or annual print magazine.