Jackson from Pekin, IL won the 2016 Grand Prize for the Write Early, Write Often, Write Well Contest. He won an iPad Mini! Entering is easy. Check it out.
Who can participate?
All kids in grades K-6 OR ages 5-13
Entries can be fact, fiction, prose, or poetry.
Parents must verify that participant completed all the steps of the writing process. (Click here for FREE printable) Dictated stories are encouraged and accepted!
Writing project word count?
Kindergarten and first grade 50- 200 words.
Second and third grade 100 -350 words.
Third and fourth grade 200 -450 words.
Fifth and sixth grader 500-1000 words.
All Poetry Submission Requirements: One entry must meet word count for grade level. However, you may submit more than one poem per entry to meet requirement.
All entries must include an ORIGINAL photo (jpeg) of the cover page that includes the title of the story, artwork (hand drawings by the author), the FIRST NAME ONLY of the author. and age of the author. Students may use Here to Help Learning’s writing project cover templates. NO CLIPART or other COLORING PAGES will be accepted.
How many entries can a participant submit?
As many as he/she wants as long as all the rules are followed.
That’s right! The more submissions, the better your chances are to win!
The contest begins January 1, 2017 and ends December 31, 2017. At the end of each month a random drawing will be held and a winner will be announced. The winner from the monthly drawing will be eligible for the end of the year drawing. Winner will be announced January 2018.
How do I know I won?
Winners will be notified via email that is provided with your submission.
Winners will be announced in HTHL’s Newsletter and on Brock Eastman’s wesbite.
What’s the prize?
Monthly winners will receive:
Where do I submit my project?
You can submit your project here.
What if I have questions about the contest?
Direct all questions to email@example.com.
Contest sponsored by Here to Help Learning and Crimson Pulse Media
2017 Writing Contest Winners:
January 2017: Sarah H. (Fifth-Sixth Grade) Johnstown, Pennsylvania
2016 Writing Contest Winners:
2016 GRAND PRIZE iPAD mini winner is….JACKSON from Pekin, Illinois
March 2016: Maggie (5-6th grade) Kansas City, Missouri
April 2016: Mariana (2-3rd grade) Kansas City, Missouri
May 2016: No entries
June 2016: Maisy (Kindergarten- First Grade) Kansas City, Missouri
July 2016: Lola (Kindergarten- First Grade) San Diego, CA
September 2016: Kailey (Fifth-Sixth Grade) Gilbert, Arizona
October 2016: Lola (Kindergarden-First Grade) San Diego, California
November 2016: Jackson (3rd-4th Grade) Pekin, Illinois
December 2016: Haley (3rd-4th Grade) Weaverville, North Carolina
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