Congratulations to all the children who had submitted their entries to the SG50 Challenge. We were delighted with the overwhelming number of entries we received. It was a tough job for the judges to select the winning entries. Whether your entry got selected or not, you are a winner because you took the initiative to enter the challenge.
The 3 winnng entries from the SG50 Kidz Challenge are
- Letter from a tree by Viv Chesterman
- Tissue packet aunty by Genevieve Loh Siu Wen
- I call her Singapore by Vemula Sri Varshini
Hearty Congratulations to the 3 young writers. Their winning entries will be published in an upcoming issue of The Kidz Parade and will receive cash awards of $50 each.
We had announced that we will be publishing the entries of the 4th and 5th winners in the magazine. Guess what! We had found more than 2 entries that are worth publishing. Here is the list of all entries that were chosen to publish in The Kidz Parade.
- ‘Wound not physical’ by Natalie Koh Fern
- ‘Sentosa’ by Snehal Bhadani
- ‘My favorite place in Singapore’ by Viv Chesterman
- ‘The open window’ by Geethika Ayilliath
- ‘My lion country’ by Arya Shah
- Poem by Sarabelle Joy Tan
- Poem by Nelle Chesterman
To know more about The Kidz Parade Edutainment Magazine, visit www.AsManyMinds.com/magazine
How to enter the challenge:
1. Write a story, article or a poem set in Singapore.
2. E-mail the entries to The Kidz Pararde at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th June 2015 (extended till 31st July 2015 based on the request from schools).
3. The writer must be in the age group 7-14 years.
4. You can send as many entries as you wish to.
1. The best 3 entries selected by the judges will be awarded $50.
1. All entries must be original, written by the child who is submitting the entry.
2. The entry should be unpublished. If it is published online or in print anywhere other than personal blogs or personal collection is considered published.
3. The entry must not be accepted by any other publication or waiting for the response from any other publisher.
4. The entry must be submitted by the parent/guardian/school of the writer giving their consent to enter the competition.
5. Judges’ decision will be final.