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'Kids Care About Climate Change' Drawing Contest

14/09/2018

​'Kids Care About Climate Change' Drawing Contest


Are you a kid aged between 5 to 14?

Do you care what happens to penguins and/or coral reefs as the Earth's climate warms?  Share what you love most about them (and want most to save) with other kids, teachers and scientists around the world.  Get ready to submit a drawing  between 1st and 30th September, with a chance to win epic prizes.

Every entry will be printed on a large flag that will be sent to Antarctica with the Homeward Bound Project (Australian Institute of Marine Science) in January 2019 and will feature in a YouTube video with the name of every child who entered.

Popular entries may win one of:

  • A postcard from Antarctica - read about the post office (10 available)
  • A 'build your own' penguin LEGO kit (10 available)
  • 1 3D-printed coral polyp that turns white in hot water (10 available)
  • Dr Suzie Starfish's new book 'The Great Barrier Reef Thief' (5 available)
  • Your drawing may be included in a book of drawings to be published in 2019/2020

All entries are uploaded to the 'Kids Care About Climate Change' website for others to see and vote on.

Further information and to submit your entry, visit the website.

For further questions and queries, contact:

Ken Callaghan (A/HOD of Science)
kcall43@eq.edu.au
Ph: (07) 40 809 268