Writers Contest 2021

Welcome to the 2021 Arizona PBS KIDS Writers Contest sponsored by Delta Dental of Arizona! The theme for the contest is having healthy teeth, gums and a great smile.

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Kids in Pre-K through third grade are invited to write and illustrate a story about having healthy teeth, gums and a great smile. Stories should be submitted online by January 21, 2022. Be sure to check the official rules for word count and formatting requirements!

Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third place for each grade level. Each winner’s work will be featured on azpbs.org/writers!

First place winners will receive a PBS KIDS PlayPad Tablet and a gift basket of dental care items from Delta Dental. First place winners will also be invited to tour Arizona PBS at a future date!

Second place will receive an Arizona PBS KIDS and Delta Dental gift basket that includes dental care items, children’s books and a PBS KIDS stuffed animal.

Third place winners will receive an Arizona PBS KIDS and Delta Dental gift basket that includes dental care items and children’s books.

Each winner will also receive two tickets (1 adult and 1 child) to the 2022 Arizona Renaissance Festival.

If your questions about the contest aren’t answered in the rules or our FAQ, please email [email protected] or call 855-818-6613.

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