Grades K-2 Arizona Educators

  1. Show students this short Rule of Law Video.
  2. Download and distribute the Law Day Contest Drawing Sheet for your students.
  3. AZ students draw a picture of a school rule that they think is the most important for learning.
  4. Collect the drawing sheets.
  5. Teachers select your top 3 submissions for your class.
  6. Individually scan each sheet.
  7. Upload each sheet individually here - GRADES K-2 no later than April 9, 2021 at 5pm (put the student's name in the subject line).
  8. An email will be sent with a link to where the drawings have been posted no later than April 12, 2021.
  9. Send the live link to parents, friends, the school community, etc. to support your students’ entries by clicking on their favorite!
  10. The student drawing with the most "likes" will win an iPad.

Grades 3-5 Arizona Educators

  1. Show students this short Rule of Law Video.
  2. Download and distribute the Law Day Contest Drawing Sheet for your students.
  3. AZ students draw a picture of a school rule that they think is the most important for learning, write the rule they chose, and explain why it is important for their school community.
  4. Collect the drawing sheets.
  5. Teachers select your top 3 submissions from each of your classes.
  6. Individually scan each sheet.
  7. Upload each sheet individually here - GRADES 3-5 no later than April 9, 2021 at 5pm (put the student's name in the subject line). 
  8. An email will be sent with a link to where the drawing sheets have been posted no later than April 12, 2021.
  9. Send the live link to parents, friends, the school community, etc. to support your students’ entries by clicking on their favorite!
  10. The student drawing sheet with the most "likes" will win an iPad.

Grades 6-8 Arizona Educators

  1. Download and distribute the Law Day Contest Worksheet for your students.
  2. AZ students use the provided handout to choose one of the following laws: Drug Free Zone or Disruption of an Educational Institution and write a paragraph or poem about the importance of all members of the school community abiding by the law.
  3. Collect the handout.
  4. Teachers select your top 3 submissions from each of your classes.
  5. Individually scan each sheet.
  6. Upload each sheet individually here - GRADES 6-8 no later than April 9, 2021 at 5pm (put the student's name in the subject line).
  7. An email will be sent with a link to where the paragraphs and poems have been posted no later than April 12, 2021.
  8. Send the live link to parents, friends, the school community, etc. to support your students’ entries by clicking on their favorite! The student paragraph or poem with the most "likes" will win an iPad.

Grades 9-12 Arizona Educators

  1. Download and distribute the Law Day Contest Worksheet for you students.
  2. AZ students use the provided handout to write a poem or paragraph on how the Rule of Law is applied on their school campus and how their school community is affected by those who do not adhere to school rules/laws.
  3. Collect the handout.
  4. Teachers select your top 3 submissions from each of your classes.  
  5. Individually scan each sheet.
  6. Upload each individual sheet here - GRADES 9-12 no later than April 9, 2021 at 5pm (put the student's name in the subject line).
  7. An email will be sent with a link to where the paragraphs and poems have been posted no later than April 12, 2021.
  8. Send the live link to parents, friends, the school community, etc. to support your students’ entries by clicking on their favorite!
  9. The student paragraph or poem with the most "likes" will win an iPad.

AZ Parents

If your student's classroom is not participating, your child may still participate. Simply follow the rules associated with the grade level for your child and submit!  Please indicate in the notes section of the upload page that you are a parent submitting on behalf of your child.  


The Arizona Bar Foundation, creator and owner of LawForKids.org and the LFK Character, reserves the right to remove any submissions that are inappropriate for an educational website. For questions, please contact us here.


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