2012 PBS Kids Go! Writers Contest

Kids Go Writers ContestThis local/national contest encourages children in grades K-3 to celebrate the power of creating stories and illustrations by submitting their own original pieces. Entries are judged locally by a panel of experts and winners are selected – three from each grade, for a total of 12 winners. First place winners go on to a national contest.

2012 Finalists


Kindergarten

Winner: “Tiger Goes to the Moon” by Matthew [PDF]
Honorable Mention: “Queen Anna’s Adventure” by Calvin [PDF]
Honorable Mention: “Wormy's Crazy Adventure With Leroy” by Huck [PDF]

First Grade

Winner: “Plaque Monster's Run” by Aiden [PDF]
Honorable Mention: “Taddy the Tadpole” by Harrison [PDF]
Honorable Mention: “Flappy and His Friend Emma” by Dylan [PDF]

Second Grade

Winner: “Eddie the Possum With No Tail” by Leo [PDF]
Honorable Mention: "Little Husky Flies a Plane" by Faith [PDF]
Honorable Mention: "Una's April Fool's Day" by Joy [PDF]

Third Grade

Winner: "The 2-D 3-D Machine" by Genevieve [PDF]
Honorable Mention: "The Magical Island" by Ayla [PDF]
Honorable Mention: "Oscar and Alphonse" by Megan [PDF]

See the 2011 winners!
 

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