The winning classroom will have the chance to break an existing record or set a new record in front of an official Guinness World Records adjudicator. In addition, the winner will receive a $1000 Carson-Dellosa Publishing gift certificate for their school, and a 2011 Guinness World Records book for each classroom.
“We’re thrilled to announce the top 10 finalists of the Carson-Dellosa Guinness World Records Classroom Challenge and equally excited that America will choose the grand-prize winner,” says Josh Loew, chief marketing officer at Carson-Dellosa Publishing. “The top ten entries represent a broad spectrum of creative ideas from teachers and classrooms across the country and are not only educational, but fun.”
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