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Bluebonnet Photo Contest [Giveaway]

Bluebonnet Photo Contest
It's almost Bluebonnet season! The Texas state flower will pop up all around Austin and line the Texas hills and the side of roads and highways as early as March and up until May.

Texas Bluebonnet photos are an annual tradition for many families and while there's an abundance of photographers in the ATX, it is highly recommended to book your Bluebonnet family photo shoot early, as Bluebonnet photo sessions will fill up quickly. 

Here are some examples of beautiful Bluebonnet pictures taken by talented Austin family photographers. Vote for your favorite Bluebonnet photo and be entered to our giveaway for a chance to win 2 POGO Passes which grant you free entry to fun places in Austin and Waco, incl. Mt. Playmore, Austin's Park Pizza, Monster Mini Golf & Laser Tag, Pump It Up - Austin, and more.
By Birgit Sund on February 26, 2020

Fun Art and Writing Contests for Texas Students of All Ages


Does your child like to draw or to write? Here are some fun contests Texas students of all ages can show off their art or writing talent at.

The deadlines are approaching, so better get them going!
By Birgit Sund on February 3, 2020

Austin Acton Children’s Business Fair Is Calling All Austin Kid Entrepreneurs

Acton Children's Business Fair Austin
Do you have a little Kid Entrepreneur or a child who's planning on starting a business? Get them signed up for the Austin Acton Children’s Business Fair and have them "taste the world of business".

The Austin Acton Children’s Business Fair is a one-day market that gives children the opportunity to discover their inner entrepreneur and showcase their very own businesses. Read on for details.
By Birgit Sund on September 3, 2019

Kealing Middle School Student Advances to Scripps National Spelling Bee


Pranathi Jammula, a 7th grader at Kealing Middle School (Austin Independent School District) was crowned champion at the Austin Regional Spelling Bee at the ZACH Topfer Theatre. She will represent Austin in the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington DC.
 
The Austin Regional Spelling Bee went 12 rounds before declaring Jammula the winner. She correctly spelled the winning word “coriaceous” 3.5 hours into the competition, advancing over 46 other competing student spellers to claim her victory. Read more about the spelling bee and how you can enroll your child.
By Birgit Sund on April 2, 2018