by Eco Kids Planet December 13, 2019

We called on you to get your mixing bowls out and oven mitts ready! The challenge…. to create some delicious animal edible treats. You’ve all proved yourself to be master chefs! If only we could taste them all.


Congratulations to our 5 winners:

Tosia, age 10 and Tymek age 8, Manchester



Esmae, age 7, Lincoln




Joe, age 6, Bristol


Braith, age 6, Salisbury


Xeniphia, age 10, Cornwall

 


What you've won: 

Congratulations on winning our Eco Kids Planet magazine binder.

Available at: www.ecokidsplanet.co.uk/products/eco-kids-planet-binder


Here are more of our favourites:

Dion, age 9, Japan

 


Vitaliaa, age 9, Brighton


Dougie


Isobel & Henry, Milton Keynes


Iris, age 7, York


Yiaseme, age 10, Cheshire


Yahya, age 11, Leicester


Ciara, age 7, Hampshire


Joni, Bristol


Ellis age 10, Salisbury


Noah, age 7, Felixstowe


Al, age 8, UAE


Santhana, age 12, USA


Artyom, age 7, Bristol


Gaspar, age 11


Rosie, age 10, Ashton Keynes


Benjamin, age 7, Wimbledon


Amelia, age 8, Amersham 

 


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