Kids coloured in their playgrounds, paths and patios for the Young Pavement Artists Competition. This f-ANT-astic piece by Emma in Hampshire won the 11-14 age group.
Around 2,000 kids from all over the UK got their chalks out to enter. This foxy artwork by Lily from Bromsgrove was runner-up in the 11-14 category.
Levi from Wiltshire must be having a whale of a time celebrating his 'Blue Whale' entry winning the 4-5 age group. All drawings had to follow the theme 'Strength by Nature'.
Hannah's colourful house and volcano was runner-up in the same category. The competition raises money for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.
Dylan from Wiltshire won the 5-7 category. Tracy Beaker illustrator Nick Sharratt judged the competition. He said: "It's amazing for someone so young to draw with such style."
This volcano by Tom in London was runner-up out of the entries received by 5 to 7-year-olds.
It seems volcanoes were popular! Jake, 10, from Tewkesbury also drew one - it won him the 7-11 category. Something to do with THAT volcano in Iceland, perhaps?
This looks like a lion to us - was Robbie showing his support for England's World Cup team? We'd think so, except that Robbie lives in Milngavie in Scotland!
There was also a special prize for originality, which was won by Daniel, 14, Wiltshire. This award is given in memory of the former CBBC SMart presenter, Mark Speight.
Check out this scary 'Sea Surge' scene by Lauren in Hampshire. She was runner-up in the 14-19 age group.
'Mother Earth' by Jothikka, 14, got TWO awards - 14-19 age group winner AND the overall prize. Judge Nick Sharratt said: "It was original and shows nature in a positive light."