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2017 drawing contest

The 2017 Neuroscience for Kids Drawing Contest has ended and winners have been selected. A total of 291 drawings from five countries (USA, Luxembourg, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Canada) were submitted. Drawings will be judged on the basis of originality, scientific accuracy and overall design.

Entries were divided into five groups based on artist age:

Kindergrarten to Grade 2 drawings should be about "My brain helps me ________."

Grade 3 to Grade 5 drawings should be about "Brain Fitness: I keep my brain healthy by ______."

Grade 6 to Grade 8 drawings should be about "My brain is like a _______ because _________."

Grade 9 to Grade 12 drawings should be about "My favorite part of the brain is ____ because________."

College student, parent or teacher drawings should be about "My favorite neuroscientist is______ because ______."

Winning Drawings

Dalton A. (Grade 2)
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Jenna D. (Grade 5)
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Jenna D. (Grade 7)
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Ruby L. (Grade 7)
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Aishani S. (Grade 11)
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Amber K. (College/Adult)
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Here were the official rules:

If you are in Kindergrarten to Grade 2: Your picture should be about "My brain helps me ________."

If you are in Grade 3 to Grade 5: Your picture should be about "Brain Fitness: I keep my brain healthy by ______."

If you are in Grade 6 to Grade 8: Your picture should be about "My brain is like a _______ because _________."

If you are in Grade 9 to Grade 12: Your picture should be about "My favorite part of the brain is ____ because________."

If you are a college student, parent or teacher: Your picture should be about "My favorite neuroscientist is______ because ______."

Questions about this contest should be directed to Dr. Chudler at chudler@u.washington.edu

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