PBS Kids Writers Contest 2019

PBS Kids Writer

The 2019 Writers Contest is Open!

Moms, Dads, Grandparents, and Teachers,

Do you know kids who love to write or tell stories, is a reading superstar, or a creative artist?

This is their chance to write and illustrate their very own creative short story and submit it to the 2019 PBS KIDS Writers Contest.

They will compete with kids in their grade level from across Pennsylvania to win cool prizes! We would love to see LOTS of entries from each grade level from across the WPSU viewing areas. Everyone who participates from WPSU’s coverage area will be recognized by WPSU for their participation with a certificate and PBS KIDS prize mailed to them in April; plus, the winners from each grade level will be recognized at the state level by WQED.

Eligible Grades

The PBS KIDS Writers Contest is open to all children currently enrolled in grades K through 5.

There will be first, second, and third prizes awarded at each grade level.

More Information and Entry

Visit the WQED Writers Contest page to download the official entry form, contest requirements, checklists, and helpful materials for parents and teachers.

A program of WQED in collaboration with WPSU, WVPB, and PBS 39.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.  The PBS KIDS Writers Contest is produced by WQED in collaboration with WPSU, PBS39,  and WVPB (the “Contest” or “Promotion”) and based on the “Reading Rainbow® Young Writers and Illustrators Contest,” a concept developed by WNED.  The Contest begins on January 4, 2019 and ends on March 31,  2018. All entries must be postmarked March 31, 2019 to be eligible.  Contest rules are created by, and subject to, modification by WQED at its discretion. This Contest is void where prohibited.