Why I Honor the American Flag. Your kids will get creative with the topic, so allow them that freedom to interpret the prompt how they see fit. Facilitate a class discussion where we discuss prior knowledge relating to the prompt.
Grades 11 to 12 Open to all U. If you are ages and you'd like to be published in this online magazine, you can submit an original work of poetry, fiction or non-fiction.
There is no entry deadline; submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis. No residence eligibility requirements are stated. Teen Ink also has a printed edition; if your work is accepted for the printed edition, you will receive a free copy of that month's magazine.
Creative Kids is looking for the very best material by students ages 8— Material may include cartoons, songs, stories between and words, puzzles, photographs, artwork, games, editorials, poetry, and plays, as well as any other creative work that can fit in the pages of the magazine or on the website.
As long as it's creative, they're interested! If your work is selected you will receive a free copy of the CK issue in which your work appears.
To enter, you need to be between the ages of Write and submit an original, unpublished fictional story that is between 1, words, in any genre.
Honorable mentions will be chosen in three age categories: Open to Ages This is a year round contest that Youth Communication will post questions throughout the year for which they request essay submissions on the topic of no more than words. If you win, your story will be published on the website and in print issue.
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Details: This unique writing contests asks kids to collaborate in groups of three or more and the entries must be between 21 – 29 pages, illustrations included. (Text + illustration = 1 page.) The deadline is March 15, and is the last time for this contest.
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