Amateur
Entomologists'
Society

Bug Club insect drawing competition

Published: 14 September 2009

Draw an insect and win a prize!

Here is a great opportunity for you to have fun drawing an insect or other minibeast (such as a spider, or a millipede) and if you send it in to us you could win a valuable prize!

There are three great prizes to be won. Each of the three prize-winners will receive two BOOKS, kindly donated by Kingfisher Books (see their website for more books www.panmacmillan.com/children). The prize books are: 'Ask Dr Fisher about Minibeasts' AND 'Quick Draw Minibeasts' (which if you bought them would cost you £12.98).

The cover of Ask Dr Fisher about Minibeasts The cover of Quick Draw Minibeasts

The Competition Details

Look at the instructions below on how to draw a grasshopper (this image is from another Kingfisher book). Once you've got the idea of how to use simple shapes to put together a drawing of an insect, make your own drawing of any insect (it doesn't have to be a grasshopper). To enter the competition simply send your drawing (which can be just a line drawing, or it can be coloured in) together with your name, address and age to the following address:

Kingfisher Bug Drawing Competition
PO Box 8774,
LONDON
SW7 5ZG

All entries will be considered for inclusion in the Bug Club Magazine (published by the Amateur Entomologists' Society) and the three best entries as decided by the Judging Panel will be sent the two books mentioned above as a prize. Entries must reach us before 31st October 2009.

This competition is open all children under 15. If you are already a Bug Club Member, you will find out about another exciting drawing competition (for Bug Clubbers only) in the October edition of your Bug Club Magazine.

Why not have a go at this competition today? If you don't enter, you won't win!

A image showing how to draw a grasshopper


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