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Mrs. P writing contest for classrooms,

Writing Contest for Elementary Students

What a small world! I went to KidLitCon in 2012 and I met exactly one teacher there. There were tons of librarians and authors, but just one mom blogger (me) and one teacher (I think).

She was really nice and showed me how to set up a Wiki right on her computer during lunch one day. She taught 4 subjects in the equivalent of a 1 room school house in rural Iowa. I was so impressed with how she connected her kids with author visits via Skype, all for free! Her name? Karla Duff … and then I find out through Mrs. P’s Be-a-Famous Writer Contest that she is a judge of Mr.s P’s Writing Contest for Elementary Students!

Small world, right?!

Mrs. P writing contest for classrooms,

MrsP.com Be-a-Famous Writer Contest Puts “Magic” in Classrooms for Kids

Mrs P invites classrooms to write a story on the topic of “Magic”, no less than 250 words and not to exceed 1,000 words. It may be fiction or non-fiction. Any classroom from Kindergarten through 4th grade may enter. Just one story per classroom!

It can be a collaborative story, or a class vote on which child’s story to enter.

Entry is easy and free.

The teacher just needs to email  the story. The contest opens September 1st for entries. Prizes too!

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