COMPETITIONS & CONTESTS
Check Out these Competitions & Contests for your KIDS!
Science without Borders International Student Art Contest
The theme for the 2024 “Hidden Wonders of the Deep.”
“To apply for this year’s contest, students should submit artwork depicting mysterious and unique deep-sea creatures or ecosystems, highlighting the beauty and diversity that often goes unseen.”
Entry Fee: entry fee
When: Entries must be received by Monday, March 4, 2024.
LEARN MORE HERE
DEADLINE: MARCH 4
Doodle for Google
THE 2024 DOODLE FOR GOOGLE THEME IS: My wish for the next 25 years
For Google’s 25th birthday we’re inviting K-12 students to imagine a future where anything is possible. This year’s contest welcomes new prizes and more ways to create!
Win big for you and your school!
This year’s prizes include $55,000 in scholarships, $50,000 in tech for your school, the winning art featured on Google.com and more.
Ages: For Grades K-12
DEADLINE: MARCH 14
Georgia Gwinnett College is pleased to announce that the 7th Annual Olifer Math Competition will be held on March 23rd.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE: Kids in Grades 1-10
WHAT: This math competition is a celebration of our future science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors. Children are natural problem solvers and like to think outside of the box. The problems used in this contest are designed to inspire them and this kind of thinking, and they are different from what they usually experience at school. Solving such problems and meeting other children in a collegiate environment should make this competition an unforgettable event.
COST: The registration is $10 per participant and seats are limited for each grade.
RECOGNITION OF PARTICIPATION:
Special math giveaways will be given for the first three places for each grade, and all participants will receive recognition for their participation. Here is a link for registration.
EVENT DATE: on March 23
(NOTE: there are limited spots in each age group so register today!)
Chess Tournament at the Library
“All ages and skill levels are welcome at this chess tournament!
Because instruction will not be provided, knowing how to play chess is a minimum requirement.
Space is limited, so entering the tournament will be on a first-come, first-served basis.“
When: Tuesday, April 2, 2024 (5:00pm-7:00pm)
Where: Snellville Branch, 2245 Wisteria Drive, Snellville, GA
EVENT DATE: APRIL 2
Georgia students in grades K-3 can enter to win the PBS KIDS Writers Contest!
WHO IS ELIGIBLE: Entrants must be children in kindergarten, first, second, or third grade.
WHAT: Stories can be fact, fiction, prose, poetry, or graphic novel style. Stories must have at least 5 original, clear and colorful illustrations. SEE GUIDELINES BEFORE GETTING STARTED
SUBMIT: To enter the Contest, mail your entry to Georgia Public Broadcasting in Atlanta.
DEADLINE: The deadline for entries is April 12, 2024. Please read the rules for entry in the link below.
Entry Fee: FREE
DEADLINE: APRIL 12
Jane Austen Essay Contest
High school students can win up to $1,000 in scholarship money by writing an essay on a new Austen theme each year, sponsored by the Jane Austen Society of North America. SEE MORE
DEADLINE: JUNE 1, 2024
Ranger Rick Photo Contest
Kids 13 and under can enter any nature-themed photo they’ve taken on their own using a camera or phone camera app. Every month, winners will be selected by the judges and posted on the contest homepage in the Recent Contest Winners slideshow. Online winners will be in the running for Ranger Rick’s “Your Best Shots” Magazine Award. Magazine Award winners will be selected three times each year for publication in Ranger Rick magazine’s December–January, April, and August issues. SEE MORE
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