Don't Hide It, Flaunt It
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The Things That Make Me
Different Make Me, Me!


When kids learn to recognize their own unique qualities, they
can become more accepting of the differences of their peers.
This Kids Flaunt essay contest is a great way to help students
build a sense of community and inclusion in your classroom!
There are also great prizes for the contest winner and four
finalists, plus classroom books for the contest winner’s teacher!
Contest Deadline: November 3, 2017
Official Rules

THE CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.Thank you to all who participated. Congratulations to our 2017 winners!



STEP 1

Teach the Lesson

Start by teaching a fun classroom lesson on difference and acceptance. You’ll show your students the fine art of flaunting what’s unique about themselves.

STEP 2

Do the Activity

Help your students celebrate their differences with this engaging
classroom activity.


STEP 3

Enter the Contest

Print out the entry forms and have your students attach their Kids Flaunt essays
to the completed entry forms. Then send the entry forms home for a parent
signature. To enter, mail in the entries and the completed entry forms or send in a
scan by email. For more contest details, download the Official Rules.
ENTRY
BY MAIL
ADDRESS
Kids Flaunt Contest
Scholastic Inc.
557 Broadway, SNP
New York, NY 10012
ENTRY
BY EMAIL
ADDRESS
flauntit@scholastic.com

WATCH OUR KIDS FLAUNT INTERVIEW

2017 KIDS FLAUNT WINNER


Roman Hathaway,
Age 9
2017 Kids Flaunt
winning essay
READ ON

FIRST CLASS KID FLAUNTERS


Matthew Herrera, Age 9

Matthew describes his success and what it’s like to live with partial blindness.
READ ON
Ayden Beepath, Age 9

Ayden has unique abilities. Born with short arms, he plays baseball, soccer, helps with chores, and more!
READ ON
Kamie New, Age 10

Kamie expresses her interests in school and sports, and explains how she has overcome being teased.
READ ON
Rebekah Rehfeld, Age 9

Rebekah details what it’s like to have her father in the military and how she flaunts her Mexican heritage.
READ ON
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. The "Kids Flaunt Essay Contest" is open to students in the fourth grade in public or accredited private schools or home schools located in one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia and which are in compliance with the laws of those states. The entries may be submitted only by the students' fourth-grade teacher, who must be over 18 at the time of submission. To enter, have your fourth-grade students complete the Student Activity Sheet and the Entry Form with a parent signature, which are available at scholastic.com/flauntit, and submit them between 12:01 a.m. Eastern Time ("ET") on September 15, 2017, and 11:59 p.m. ET on November 3, 2017 (the "Entry Period"). The winner will receive a Microsoft Surface Pro computer (ARV: $700), NFL Trading Cards (ARV: $15), and a craft kit prize pack from Creativity for Kids (ARV: $857) and be profiled on the Don't Hide It, Flaunt It website. The winning teacher will receive a classroom set of Scholastic books (ARV: $250) and a Creativity Can School Pack (ARV: $115). One runner-up will receive a tablet computer (ARV: $150), NFL Trading Cards (ARV: $15), and one craft kit prize pack from Creativity for Kids (ARV: $100). Three finalists will each receive NFL Trading Cards (ARV: $15) and one craft kit prize pack from Creativity for Kids (ARV: $65). The teachers of the finalists will each receive a Creativity Can Pack (ARV: $115 each). Void where prohibited. Additional restrictions apply. For complete rules, go to www.scholastic.com/flauntitrules.