A GIRL of seven has won a prize in a nationwide contest to keep children amused.
Danielle Tordoff, of Skelmanthorpe, is one of only 10 children in the country to win prizes.
The competition was designed to help create a summer activity leaflet for children.
Danielle, a pupil at Skelmanthorpe First and Nursery School, and her classmates were asked to draw and give details of a game they would play to help pass the time on a long journey.
The competition was organised by Morrison's supermarket and the top 10 games will be featured in this years Are We There Yet? leaflet, which helps to keep young car travellers entertained.
Danielle's game idea was noughts and crosses.
A Morrison's spokesman said: "Danielle's game really gave us what we were looking for. It was fun and entertaining, but simple and easy to play. It's sure to keep the kids amused."
He added: "Danielle's game, along with nine other ideas from children across the country, can be picked up, free, from our stores.
"With a bit of luck it will help prevent that dreaded question: Are we there yet?"
Danielle has won a 28in Panasonic colour TV and equipment for her school, shopping vouchers for herself and a framed copy of the leaflet.