Congrats to the winner of the Watermelon Magic review-writing contest!
Pacific Science Center partnered with Seattle’s Child to present Kids Review IMAX: Watermelon Magic. Kids between the ages of 5 and 10 put on their journalist hats to let us know what they thought of this kid-friendly IMAX movie.
The family of the winning reviewer won a membership to Pacific Science Center and a behind-the-scenes tour of the Boeing IMAX Theater.
The winner of the review-writing contest, Kaitali Singh, shares her thoughts below!
Kaitali’s review of Watermelon Magic
Watermelon magic is set in Sylvie’s family farm. It is about the life cycle of a watermelon, kindness and sharing. Sylvie was kind to share her watermelons with everyone.
The most interesting part of the story was when the watermelons grew until they were fully grown. Before watching this movie, I did not know how to grow watermelons.
The movie had very little narration. Even though I could follow the story, I would prefer more narration in the movie.
I learnt that it takes a long time to grow watermelons. I learnt that watermelons grow from seed to flower to fruit, rather than from seed to fruit. I also learnt that even if you work hard on something, you have to let it go one day.
I would recommend this movie to families who like juicy fruits.
I give watermelon magic 5 out of 5 stars.