Do you believe that little hands can make big impacts? Do your students need channels for creativity? Do you want an out-of-the-box way of connecting science, health, and art? Teachers & Students, the assignments are ready! Click to learn more:
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WHAT TO SUBMITTOPICS TO CONSIDER. To participate in the competition, you must submit a video of you (if you are 18 years of age or older) or a video of your kids, presenting or explaining a health related topic. Here are a few topic examples, but don’t feel obligated to select one from the list – free up your creativity and come up with your own! We want YOUR ideas!
Write a story with pictures about a character who ends up in the hospital and what all they have to do to get home healthy. Read that story and show the pictures in your video.Write a letter to someone in the hospital with advice and helpful tips.Pick a system in the body (i.e. cardiovascular) and explain how it works. headtopics.com
Use any form of arts or crafts (drawing, playdough modeling, singing, acting, etc.) to explain how to stay healthy.Any and all other ideas you and your team dreams up!ACCEPTABLE FORMATS. You can submit one or more video files. The videos do not need to be of a professional quality, and could be recorded with your mobile device. While horizontal videos are preferred, vertical videos are also acceptable.
FILE FORMATS: mov, mp4, mpeg, aviMINIMUM RESOLUTION: 1280 X 720 or higherASPECT RATIO: horizontal is preferred, but we'll also accept square or verticalSUBMISSION DEADLINE11 pm PSTNEXT STEPSWant to participate or know someone who should? Fill out this form below to receive more information!
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