Monthly competition: Whale greetings card
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3w ago
In our December 2023 'Extreme Ocean' issue, we asked our readers to craft a whale greetings card, included in the magazine. A big thank you to everyone who participated. It was truly delightful to see your creative work and read your warm messages. Congratulations to our four winners!  Chester, age 7, Cambridge I gave this card to my class teacher, Miss Cowell, because she is a brilliant teacher and works really hard all the time to make school fun and interesting.  "Happy Christmas! Hope you have a great Christmas holiday. Thank you for a fun term."   Alex, age 7, Hitchin El ..read more
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How Does the Human Eye Work?
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by Eco Kids Planet
3w ago
In our previous adventure, we learned about the superpowers of lizards' eyes, which help lizards see colours by moonlight. In fact, gecko colour vision is 350 times more sensitive to low light than ours. However, did you know that our human eyes are equally extraordinary? Because our eyes are less sensitive than gecko colour vision, our pupils change size whenever the light changes! This means that they grow or shrink to allow just the right amount of light to enter your eyes and enable you to see. But what does it mean for light to enter our eyes? Well, buckle up for a journey into the enchan ..read more
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Monthly competition: Nature Art
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by Eco Kids Planet
1M ago
In our November 'Animals in Autumn' issue, we asked you to create an art piece using objects found in nature. We know it took a lot of skill and creativity, so a big thank you to all of you for taking part! It's amazing to see what you can create when you get inspired by nature.  Congratulations to our four winners! Arran, age 8, Chesham Owl Thomas, age 12, Sidmouth "Have you seen my worm", said the mole. Isla, age 12, Cooksbridge Fox Harry, age 6, Luxembourg An owl family "I made it with wood, helicopter seeds, and Christmas tree pine needles. It's a picture of an owl family sitting o ..read more
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Monthly Competition: Glowing Art
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by Anya Dimelow
3M ago
In our October 'Ready, Steady, Glow!' issue, we asked you to create glowing art and, wow, were the entries glorious! Thank you to everyone who sent us their bioluminescent works-of-art. Congratulations to our four winners:  Vijay, age 10, Northampton Fireflies Noah, age 10, Portugal Glowing mushrooms Peter, age 7, Beech Hill Bioluminescent Creatures in the Midnight Zone Polly, age 8, Inverness The Night of the Hailing Platypus ..read more
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Monthly Competition: Moon Myth
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by Eco Kids Planet
4M ago
In our September ‘Mysterious Moon’ issue, we challenged you to create your own moon myth. Thank you to everyone who sent us their entries. We enjoyed reading your mythical stories, so full of imagination. Congratulations to our four winners. Oriana, age 10, Kathmandu My Moon Myth Beren, age 9, Binfield Heath The Octopus in the Moon The Octopus in the Moon  Many moons ago, a huge grey octopus roamed the seas. He loved his home but was dismayed one day to find a ship polluting the water. He sought advice from the Spirit of the Sea. She told him that they were from the land. Over time, mor ..read more
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Monthly Competition: Music-Loving Dolphin
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by Anya Dimelow
5M ago
In our ‘Nature’s Music’ summer issue, we asked you to write a song or short story about a music-loving dolphin. Thank you to everyone who sent us their entries. We loved reading your stories, poems and songs. Congratulations to our four winners! Lotta, age 8, Cowfold Daisy the Dolphin Daisy the Dolphin loved to sing. She sang in the coral. She sang in seaweed. She sang in the reefs. She even sang when she was jumping high in the air. All the fish loved to hear Daisy sing in her sweet high voice. Everyone loved her music except Blue Whale who was very jealous of her beautiful voice. One night ..read more
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Monthly Competition: Save the Sifaka Poster
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by Anya Dimelow
8M ago
In May’s ‘Jumpers’ issue, we asked you to design a Save the Sifaka poster. Thank you to everyone who sent us their entries. We hope you enjoyed learning about these unique primates. Congratulations to our four winners! Glorielle, age 8, Stourbridge  Alys, age 10, Swindon  Lily, age 11, Picklescott  Ruqayyah, age 14, Burton on Trent  ..read more
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Monthly Competition: Built for Speed
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by Eco Kids Planet
10M ago
In March's 'Built for Speed' issue, we asked you to draw a race between two or more animals. Thank you to everyone who sent us their entries. So many strong (and cheeky) animals racing to the finish line – on land, in the sky and in the sea.   Congratulations to our five winners! Soumia, age 11, Broxbourne The Fox and Snail Race     Ella, age 9, Inverness Win the Race!    Rebecca, age 8, Airdrie I made this drawing of a race between a cheetah, a jackrabbit, an elephant and a snail. I hope you like it!      Forrest, age 8, High Wycombe Cheetah vs Os ..read more
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Nature Power Poem Competition
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by Anya Dimelow
1y ago
In November's "Nature' Power" issue, we asked you to write a poem about a powerful natural event. Thank you to everyone who sent us their entries. We were blown away by your beautiful words and rhymes!   Congratulations to our winners!  Emma, aged 10, Harrow Careful My Calf  The ground shakes, The wind is strong, The waves soar high, Like mountains in the sea.   Be careful of the surface, My little calf, Be careful where you swim, Do not dare to swim up.   Up to where the waves crash, Up to where you hear the wind dash. We have to swim up, Just once or twice for air, B ..read more
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Photo Competition: Nature's Colours
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by Anya Dimelow
1y ago
In our July/August double issue, we asked you capture some colourful images of summer. Thank you to everyone who sent us their photographs. We were delighted to receive your vibrant entries snapped in local gardens and woods or exotic destinations.  Congratulations to our four winners! Amelie, aged 8, Histon “This is Curl. He was one of the caterpillars that came through the post. He became a painted lady butterfly. He had a poorly wing and couldn’t fly like his brothers and sisters but we gave him a nice life on oranges and flowers in our living room.” “I was really pleased to get the ..read more
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