It’s amazing how much you can say with just one word, isn’t it? And this week, you all certainly rose to the challenge. Thank you to everyone who entered the competition - as always, we can only have two winners. This time they are…
rational_grape of Makini Academy in Kenya, who described a detailed analogy which compared the news to the sun
joyful_lemon of Castle Hill Primary School in the United Kingdom, who clearly and concisely explained why they chose the word “vision” in just one sentence.
Two very different, but very good answers - well done!
Welcome to the competition! There are three important rules:
- DON'T COPY OTHER STUDENTS
- FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
- ENTRIES MUST BE THREE 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 30th March for judging! We will announce two winners on Thursday 31st. Good luck!
We often see you sharing your opinions in long sentences. But to enter this week's competition, your challenge is to choose ONE WORD that sums up what the news means to you.
It could be a word that shows how the news makes you feel, a word that describes a news story you're interested in or even a word that explains why you think the news is important. Then, explain WHY you chose that word.
The best entries this week will be those who choose a word that nobody else has thought of.
- Read the other competition entries first and try not to repeat someone else's idea
- Make your entry personal to YOU
- You could structure your entry like this: "The word I have chosen is... . This word sums up the news for me because... ."