Sunday, May 15, 2016

Those Bullies Butter Stop

When our daughter submitted her entry to the Ant-Bullying poster contest, she didn't think she would win because she said that all her classmates have really good ideas.  So she  was  pleasantly surprised that she won.  
 There were  other four entries from her class that were chosen as runners up.   Their entries were below:
 For her entry, she  combined her passion for arts and baking into  one idea and it turned out well.  I told her that maybe, some of the judges have sweet tooth  so they chose your entry lol.
She's very happy she won as she get  the $100 price.  She has been saving her money because she wants to decorate her own room and she said that she will buy  the things that she need with her own money.  

22 comments:

  1. Wow, I love this! She did such an amazing job!

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  2. I think hers is really creative. Good job. it's also great that kids can get to express themselves about this important thing. It creates awareness and hopefully minimize bullying.

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  3. Wow! Congrats to your gorgeous and smart girl Sis R. She is so creative.

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  4. They quite have an impressive entries, and yet i've seen how your daughter showed her love of cooking through her entry..she does have a great strokes and color combinations.

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  5. Congratulations to your little girl. She's got so much talent! The other contest entries were good too, but I honestly think your daughter deserved to win.

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  6. What a creative concept for a bullying poster! The drawing is cute too!

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  7. I LOVE this! Bullying has become so much more than simply kids being mean. It's become a deadly epidemic. Kids are hurting and killing themselves over the way they're treated!

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  8. I like the kawaii dessert poster but it has a very deep issue that it is addressing to with today's bullying. Good Job Ms. Burrito!

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  9. I love to see kids involved in spreading awareness about bulling. Both my kids were bullied in school, so I love to see this.

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  10. I think it's great to have kids come up with anti-bullying slogans... get them all involved and learning about the effects bullying does to others (it's teaching empathy, to stick up for one another, and that campaigning/movements DO help the community) LOVE THIS!

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  11. Your daughter did a great job! What a clever play on words! And all the runner-up were pretty creative too. Bullying is such an important issue, it's great your daughter's school is addressing it.

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  12. oh wow. this is so awesome. i didnt know how bad bullying was until i watched a lot of dr phil it is horrible. its great they are working to bring awareness and stop it.

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  13. What adorable posters! They look like they worked really hard on them!

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  14. She did an amazing job. Congratulations to her for winning. I love her drawing.

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  15. i agree with this post. we should stop bullying.. i almost stop going to school when we move to another place and school when i was in gradeschool. bullying is a serious matter.

    -My Teen Guide

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  16. Adorable and congrats to your little girl. I love that the school is actively trying to make more kids aware and make them part of the solution!

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  17. YAY! I love these posters and her's really does stand out! It is fun, witty and well done!

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  18. great post! this should be done every year in every class! bullying isnt a joke! congrats for winning a 100$!

    -Victoria Heckstall

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  19. Awww, congrats to your daughter! That is a very nice poster. The other entries are very nice as well.

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  20. Congratulations to her! I love her idea. It's super cute and is a great message, too.

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  21. Congrats to your daughter! I totally agree with her..."donut worry about the stale cookies." Gotta love that!

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  22. Congratulations to her!!! It was a clever idea! I love it and she deserved to win!

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