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Draw what spring looks like to you and become a KidsPost weather artist

Sunny, cloudy, windy and rainy scenes — we need them all to illustrate spring.

Paige Caparas, 10, Arlington, Virginia, created a spring drawing for KidsPost last year. What's your vision of spring? Send it to us.
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What’s your favorite part of spring? Maybe it’s the weather warming up after a long winter. Or watching the flowers bloom. Or perhaps it’s the sun setting later every day, making it brighter for longer.

Whatever you imagine when you think of spring — flowers, rain, wind, clouds or sunshine — draw your idea on paper so we can see it! If your art fits with the daily weather forecast, we will consider using it in KidsPost.

Here are a few guidelines:

⋅ Kids must be ages 5 to 13.

⋅ Bright colors work best.

⋅ You can use paints, markers or whatever art supplies you have.

⋅ Try to avoid leaving a lot of white space on the page.

A parent, guardian or teacher must give permission for your drawing to be used. Have that person fill out our online form, which you can find at wapo.st/kidspostweatherart. Look for your art Monday through Thursday in the print KidsPost and in the online photo gallery at wapo.st/weatherartgallery.