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The Child Writing Project

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The Child Writing Project

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About the Child Writing Project

Each year, The Columbus Children’s Theatre selects a theme and collects stories written by students grades K-8. Over 1,000 submissions are received and the top 15-20 stories are compiled to create a hysterical, fast-paced entertaining sketch comedy show seen by thousands and thousands of children each year. A fantastic addition to any creative writing curriculum, The Child Writing Project promotes creativity and empowerment to young authors from all over Ohio.

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2020 Child Writing Project – Wildest Dreams!

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What are your wildest dreams? The Child Writing Project (CWP) presents the 36th production of original stories by student authors throughout Ohio, answering just this question! 

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 Child Writing Project: Wildest Dreams!

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“Space Shot”
Mason Shepperd, Jordan Swackhammer, and Noah Jackson
Westview Elementary

“A Dino Time”
Liam Skarratt
Southview Elementary
Grade 1

“Teachers on the Loose”
Audrey Thielman
Wellington
Grade 4

“Vsco Power”
Kate Wilbur, Kadee Faught
Wellston
Grade 5

“The Terror of the MAP Test”
Classroom 209
Indianola Informal
Grades 2 & 3

“Tech Land”
Grace & Eva Kloza
Oak Creek Elementary
Grades 4 & 1

“The New Future”
Rowan Billker, Lexi Posashink, Witney Helm, Esther Morgan
Greentown Intermediate
Grades 4

“Tommy and the Circus of the Night”
Sofia de Freitas & Eliza Watts
Greentown Intermediate
Grade 5

“The Lightbulb”
Lucas Cook, Alyssa Haddox, Natasha Votaw
Northview Elementary
Grade 4

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“The Longest Tornado in History”
Kayden Newman
Westview Elementary
Grade 3

“I Have A Wild Dream”
Makenna Pfenning
New Knoxville School
Grade 2

“The Adventures of Britney”
Heidi Busch
Hanby Elementary
Grade 5

“The Great Adventure in the Land of Kitchen”
Pete Culver
Thornville Elementary
Grade 5

“Odd Dreams”
Blaze Blacketer & Ty Shover
Greentown Intermediate
Grade 3

“Jack’s Dream”
Brandon Thornsberry & Nolan Collins
Northview Elementary
Grade 4

“Statue of Liberty Story”
Lily Rickert & Chloe Castle
Edison Intermediate, Larson Middle School
Grade 4

“The Sweet Stache”
Isaiah Armstrong
Southview Elementary

“The Evil Nose”
Deegan Evans
Southview Elementary

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