Our summer double issue explored all about why and how different animals migrate. So, of course, we had to give you a migration-themed competition! We asked you to design your own Top Trump migration card.
What a fantastic job everyone did!
Selena, age 10, Croydon, Mosaic sea turtle
Selena's use of a sea turtle mosaic was very eye-catching. The turtle looks fantastic! She's done a wonderful job finding and using different shades of green. She's collected some great information too!
Harriet, age 10, Macclesfield – Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
Harriet's drawing is just beautiful! She's collected some wonderful facts showing how hard the hummingbird works to travel so far!
Noah, age 7, Llantwit Major – Monarch Butterfly
Just look at that attention to detail! Stunning! We can tell that Noah has really taken his time with his entry - beautifully neat with lots of interesting facts.
Alex, age 7, Eley – Bewick's Swan
A fantastic choice of animal! This really is the cutest swan we've ever soon! Some fantastic facts and information collected! A very powerful card!
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As always, it's such a tough job choosing only a handful of winners! All of our entrees were superb and it was interesting to see our readers selecting a variety of animals from sea-life to birds and insects! A big well-done everyone! We've had to publish your beautiful cards too!
Megan, age 7 – Monarch Butterfly
Santhana, age 9, USA – Globe-Skimmer Dragonfly
Laurent, age 6 – Narwhal
Sophie, age 6 – Salmon
Chloe, age 8 – Grey Whale
Olesya, age 10 – Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
Trevor, age 4 – Dragonfly
Ferdiana, age 6 – Tiger Shark
Daniel, age 9 – Painted Lady Butterfly
Ariana, age 6 – Monarch Butterfly
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