This week we particularly enjoyed judging the competition because of how creative your ideas were. Our winners this time are:
effervescent_technology of Boutcher C of E Primary School B in the United Kingdom, who chose icon A because it could represent how news reporters need to have lots of good ideas so they don’t repeat themselves
venturous_olive of Weston Favell Academy in the United Kingdom, whose detailed explanation of how news connects people blew us away.
Welcome to the competition! There are three important rules:
- DON'T COPY
- FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
- ENTRIES MUST BE TWO SENTENCES OR LESS
If you don't follow the rules, you will not be able to win and your account may be deactivated.
This competition will close at 5pm (UK time) on Wednesday 9th February for judging! We will announce two winners on Thursday 10th. Good luck!
In the world today, it is easy to find news in lots of places - including on television, in newspapers, online... and on apps!
For this week's challenge, you should imagine that you have been asked to choose the icon for a brand new news app.
You should say which icon from the selection you think would be best and use your creativity to explain how it represents the news.
Your entry must be TWO SENTENCES OR LESS.
- Read the other competition entries first so that your idea is original
- Make your entry personal to YOU
- You could structure your entry like this: "I think icon A/B/C/D... would be the best icon for a news app. It represents the news because..."