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March 7, 2013

Writing Contest for Elementary Students Ages 6-12

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Writing Contest by Injoy, Inc. St. Patrick's Day

The deadline for this contest has passed; see winners at the facebook page of Injoy, Inc.

St. Patrick’s Day Writing Contest for Elementary Students

Congratulations to Zoe, who won the recent Titanic Writing Contest.

Her mom said:

 

Thank you for this information about the Titanic writing contest. As soon as we saw this post, my daughter, Zoe, entered, and she was just notified of winning first prize! Our family really needs this little two night getaway right now, and it’s a real blessing for us! Also, Zoe dreams of being a published author, so she is thrilled to win first place and have her story published on the Titanic website. Thanks again!

-Kristin

 

 

I was inspired by Zoe’s success, and also by the Second Grade Students in Mrs. Guyre’s classroom to offer a writing contest for younger students!

But, you have to get your Irish jig on, because the deadline is March 15th (11:59 p.m. CST).
Writing Contest Details:
I-rish Upon A Star
Ages: 6-12
Theme: Anything Irish
Deadline to enter is March 15th, and winners will be announced March17th.

Prizes:

Prizes will include a family pass to the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, T is For Titanic and instructor’s guide, and more! If you’d like to find out more about the Titanic Museum, catch a peek at the article in Home Educating Family’s Magazine, Tip of the Iceburg here. While you’re there, you might want to subscribe! Or, there’s time to win a FREE subscription here (until March 10th).

To get started with the fun, like the Injoy, Inc. Facebook page here.  We’ll post writing tips, educational fun, and more!

Enter the contest here.

I-rish you well!



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About the Author

Shari
Shari Popejoy, wife of twenty-eight years, mother of three, founder of a local co-op for hundreds of homeschool children, author of seven books, and creator of Won Without Words (a blog of encouragement for wives) lives in the quiet country of the Ozarks where she enjoys writing surrounded by nature (and her children, of course). She is currently completing Volume V of the Livingstone Library, an adventure series for 'smart' kids, which features characters with character, and underlying allegorical spiritual truths. She enjoys high places and the road less traveled, and moments when all is well, and peace permeates like a fragrance. . .oh, and chocolate, fresh fruit and veggies, and early morning sunrises. Read her blog at WonWithoutWords.com.




 
 

 
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