Guinness World Records Classroom Challenge. Judy Harris
K-6 teachers can submit a written description of what their class, school or group of students would do to break an existing record or set a new record, and the reason why they want to break or set a Guinness World Record. All entries must relate to science, math, geography, social studies or language arts.
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Guinness World Records is the universally recognized authority on record-breaking achievement. First published in 1955, the annual Guinness World Records book is published in more than 100 countries and 25 languages and is one of the highest-selling books under copyright of all time with more than 3 million copies sold annually across the globe. Guinness World Records celebrated its 50th anniversary edition in 2004, a year after the sale of its 100 millionth copy. Guinness World Records also annually publishes the Gamer’s Edition; a records book devoted solely to the world of computer gaming and high score record achievements.
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