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Fall Story Contest

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Tiger Cub for K - 5th Grade

Tiger cubs learn how to hunt from their mothers and enjoy playing with siblings in their habitat.

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Scorpion for K - 5th Grade

The Emperor Scorpion is native to rainforests and savannas in West Africa. It is one of the largest scorpions in the world and lives for 6-8 years.

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Starfish for K - 5th Grade

There are approximately 2,000 species of starfish or sea stars in the world's oceans. The 5-arm varieties are the most common, but species with 10, 20 and even 40 arms exist.

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Tiger for Young Adults

Adult tigers usually hunt alone and wait until dark. They typically hunt prey like deer and antelope, using their powerful teeth & claws to bring down the animal.

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Cactus for Young Adults

Cacti are native throughout most of North and South America. Mexico has the greatest number and variety of species. 

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Sea Anemone for Young Adults

Because of their colorful appearance, sea anemones are named after a terrestrial flowering plant. 

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Directions

     Help your child or teen create their own picture book and enter our storytelling contest! 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes for two different age groups. Choose a plant or animal (in its native habitat) or use the suggestions below and start with the question, "What does my animal (or plant) do all day?" Have your child draw their own illustrations or cut and paste pictures from magazines. Research your subject to find out what it does. Suggested word count between 250-500 words.

     Prizes include Pink, Sapphire, Gold or Amber Luster Crystal Quartz Stone necklace, Charm & gemstone earrings or Keychains, Starfish & Seahorse stretch charm bracelets.

     Email ZoeMadisonSKP@gmail.com for more info.