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Draw Your Own Conclusions!

Cartoons for the Classroom Caption Contest
for April 14, 2014 to April 27, 2014

Study the drawing below and come up with your own caption.

On April 27, 2014 we'll award a copy of the Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year: 2013 Edition to the student who submits the best caption for this cartoon.

Download a printer-friendly version of this blank cartoon here.

Download this lesson to see the caption the artist used.


23 captions have been submitted for this cartoon

Ghosts on the Mediterranean sea. Terrified captains about to die.

--Rayonna Madget
Coleman
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


The screening of award winning Noah has been cancelled due to flooding.

--Edan Smith
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


The journey of Noah and the animals across sea to safety, when a storm hits.Then it floods.

--Izabelle Hernandez
Coleman Elementary
Saint.Joseph, Mo
April 23, 2014


this picture is a boat riding over the ocean with a wife and and female elefant and a male elefant by noah arks

--KayLee simon
Coleman Elementary
sanit.joseph, mo
April 23, 2014


Two people went to the Bermuda Triangle with many animals in a huge boat, but the elephants where going bezerk!

--Abigail Drew
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


Noah taking all those dirty animals on his arc away from the flood to a better place for 40 days and 40 nights without a single bite to eat

--Skylar
Coleman Elementary
St.Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


In which vikings sailed in houseboats

--Sophia Armendariz
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


One day there was a man who wanted a friend and everyone hated him so he sailed off with animals who hated him. With a monkey who currently is having spasms and a giraffe who's thinking about jumping off the ship.

--Zaeed Haque
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph , MO
April 23, 2014


there are two great cartoons characters they are sailing with octopuses

--kyle
Coleman Elementray
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


Like the late Titanic

--Shallon Lebsack
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


noahs ark with a whole bunch of animals when a storm is going to hit and waves are splashing.

--olivia horn
coleman
saint joseph , mo
April 23, 2014


Noahs ark

--Dylan Bye
coleman elemetary
sait joeseph, mo
April 23, 2014


jod had a boat he had to take all of the animals and a dig store came and they made it but one animal it was a bird

--Alexis Lewis
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


This is a piece of artwork drew by Noah of what he thought the flood would look like when God sent it. This was drew in 222 B.C.

--Grace Tang
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


row row row your boat gently down the sea

--Alex Duke
Coleman Elementary
Saint joesph, mo
April 23, 2014


God sent a giant storm to swallow up the evil people. He told an old man to build an ark and get two of each species on Earth, that includes one male and one female.

--Spenser Tatro
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


The ship that sheltered two of every animal on the long journey across the ocean.

--Anthony Wolf
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph , MO
April 23, 2014


Noah's Ark has been seen in modern day Turkey.

--Erin Montgomery
Coleman Elementary
Saint Joseph, MO
April 23, 2014


The holy promise broken.

--Ashlee Portis
Academy of Richmond County
Augusta, GA
April 21, 2014


What about the rainbows....?

--Sydni Chambers
Creekland Middle School
Lawrenceville, GA
April 17, 2014


When the snow clears up we'll all be surfing the waves.

--Joaquin Wilson
ELMS
Syracuse, NY
April 16, 2014


Again?! Someone get the dove!

--Michael Marzett
Academy of Richmond County
Augusta, GA
April 14, 2014


Lo, I think I see Jimbo out there. I told him that the lifeboat had a hole in it.

--Anders Engnell
International Technology Academy
Pontiac, MI
April 14, 2014


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