world book day competition test

1st March is World Book Day. Now in it's 15th year, it's time to start planning for the biggest World Book Day celebration yet.

Don't forget register to watch The Biggest Book Show on Earth an online festival on Thursday 1 March featuring a stellar line-up of top authors and illustrators, streamed live into your classroom.

As the teaching partner for World Book Day 2012, TES has brought together the best teaching resources for the eight special £1 World Book Day books and the authors featured on the World Book Day App for teens.

You can also take part in our exclusive competition to win a Kindle and £125 worth of National Book Tokens!


Competition


Share your best teaching ideas for World Book Day 2012 and you could win a Kindle and £125 worth of National Book Tokens!

Tell us how you'll be getting your pupils excited about World Book Day 2012. What activities are you planning? How will you decorate your classroom? What costumes will your pupils wear?

To enter, simply upload your ideas as a lesson plan or resource, tagging it to the event 'World Book Day' in March:



There are two categories in the competition, one for Primary and one for Secondary.

Primary


Judging the Primary entries will be Jeremy Strong, bestselling author of The Hundred-Mile-an-Hour Dog series. Jeremy's new book The Hundred Mile-an-Hour Dog Goes for Gold is out on 1 March.

First prize: A Kindle, a £125 National Book Token and a signed copy of Jeremy Strong's new book.

10 runners-up: A signed copy of Jeremy Strong's new book.



Secondary


Judging the Secondary entries will be Sophie McKenzie, author of the award-winning Girl, Missing. Sophie's new book is Falling Fast, the first in a new series.

First prize: A Kindle, a £125 National Book Token and a signed copy of Sophie McKenzie's new book.

10 runners-up: A signed copy of Sophie McKenzie's new book.



The competition closes on 4 March 2012 and is open to all TES members around the world. View terms and conditions.