Enter the 2020 KTK Video Challenge for your chance to win school grants of up to $1000 for your school’s environmental action projects!
New this year, KTK is calling out to all Victorian primary and secondary students to submit a creative video of 10 minutes or less about an environmental topic which aims to teach other kids about your environmental issue, activity or initiative. Some ideas for your video include: drama, song, dance, storytelling, animation, stop-motion, clay-mation, how-to videos (ex: how to make beeswax wraps, how to make a nest box, how to compost, etc.), narrate a power point, create a commercial or PSA…be as creative as you like!
Submitted videos will be judged on creativity, environmental impact and video quality. Top video submissions will be eligible to receive a grant for your school or community environmental action project up to $1000/school thanks to our sponsor the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. Some ideas for an environmental action project include starting a veggie patch, school tree planting, creating a compost bin, rain water collection bin, creating a frog bog and so much more.
To submit a video or to see the complete Terms and Conditions visit https://form.jotform.com/202078548609866
For questions or further information, please contact Danielle via e-mail at Danielle@kidsteachingkids.com.au or call 0481 862 672Read More
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