Prizes for National Science Week 2017
This year we have some prizes for schools just for participating in National Science Week!
For the following three prize sections all you need to do to be in the running to WIN is to add your school's National Science Week activity to the Events Diary on the National Science Week website by 23 July 2017.
Prizes will be drawn on Monday 24 July 2017. Winners will be notified by email.
For the young ones....Preschool, F-2
'George the Farmer' gift packs. 4 to be won.
Includes 3 'George the farmer' books, a George the Farmer and Dr Ruby Farmer soft dolls and a 'Songs from the Farm' CD.
There is a whole activity using 'George the Farmer' in the Future Earth teacher resource book. See page 21.
George the Farmer is Australia's best-loved farming character. Since he was first launched in July 2014 as an interactive story app, the George the Farmer brand, subsequent products and performances have won national awards, been backed up by five star reviews and delighted many kiddies and adults alike all over Australia - and further afield. Created by friends Simone Kain and Ben Hood, in regional South Australia, George is playing an extremely important role in educating children about farming practices along with how food and fibre (natural fabrics) are produced.
For middle/upper primary
'Green Stuff for Kids' books. 8 to be won
Written by Tanya Ha, Green Stuff for Kids is a young readers' guide to what's up with the planet and what they can do to make a difference. Jam-packed with fun facts, eco-activities, information and green tips.
Find out more about Tanya Ha below.
For secondary students
'Time Machine' books. 30 to be won.
Adam Spencer's Time machine is jam-packed with fascinating facts, quizzes, anecdotes and trivia - a full-colour geek's guide for curious minds.
Many thanks to Adam Spencer and XOUM Publishing for this generous giveaway
WIN A VISIT FROM TANYA HA - Tell us how your Science Week went!!
After National Science Week, complete the online feedback form and your school could win a visit from Tanya Ha, award-winning Australian environmental campaigner, author, former ABC Catalyst reporter, science communicator and sustainability researcher.
We are really keen to hear from schools telling us how they celebrated National Science Week, how they liked the theme (or not!) and if they used the teacher resource book and what they thought of it.
Tanya could visit your school anywhere in Australia to speak with students and teachers. All you have to do to be in the running is to complete the online evaluation form between 21 August–22 September 2017.
Winner will be drawn Tuesday 26 September 2017. See below for Terms and Conditions.
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For more information on Tanya see https://tanyaha.com/