Children's Stories MS
All event cover pages must be prepared as if the students are going
to national conference June 27-July 1, 2020 in Nashville, TN.
Delaney Brand, email@example.com
Valerie McCauley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants create an illustrated children’s story that will incorporate educational and social values. The story may be written in a genre of choice. Examples are fables, adventures, non-fiction, fiction, and fairy tales. The story must revolve around the theme chosen for the given year.
Event Guidelines are located on the National TSA website under your chapter advisor login screen, select Total TSA from the drop-down menu.
Entries are limited to two (2) books per chapter.
Judges will evaluate the entries based on a tier system. The student's book will be judged first. Only the top 15 will have their portfolio judged and the top 12 will be interviewed for the semi-finalist portion.
EVENT UPDATES AND CLARIFICATIONS
If the event has any updates they can be located at the national website. Please click the button on the side under "Competition Updates!" to get there.
It is the contestant’s responsibility to check this site and make sure they are using the most up to date information for each contest.
THEMES AND PROBLEMS
Pop-Up STEM Book
Choose one of the following themes for your pop-up book:
Communicate how increases in human population and consumption of natural resources impact Earth’s systems.
Discusses the rise in global temperatures over the past century.
Describe or give an example of how synthetic materials come from natural resources.