We know that your little ones never stop being curious about the world, so this month it’s time to meet the newest members of our Lonely Planet Kids family: three activity books which will take your explorers-in-training on an adventure through the oceans, the jungle and onto safari!
To celebrate the launch of the new Let’s Explore range, February’s Lonely Planet Kids creative challenge is all about which destinations in the world your little adventurers would love to see for themselves. It may be something specific that they want to see or do, it may be a whole continent that they want to explore, or it could even be somewhere they want to return to. Wherever it is, there are no limits, so let their imaginations run wild!
Follow the instructions below for a chance to win the new Let’s Explore activity books from Lonely Planet Kids and an exciting Miffy prize bundle! Two runner ups will also receive a Let’s Explore title of their choice.
We’re asking your child to answer the following question (in no more than 50 words, please!):
‘Where in the world would you most like to explore in 2016 and why?’
Whether your little explorer would like to journey deep into one of the world’s jungles, embark on an incredible safari or explore what lies beneath the ocean surface, it’s time to get your thinking caps on!
HOW TO ENTER
There are three ways you can help your child enter the Let’s Explore competition:
- By email: Email us your answer from your email address to Lonely Planet Kids at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- By Twitter: Tweet their answer to @lpkids including #lpkidschallenge.
- By post: Send us their answer to us via post to:
Let’s Explore competition
c/o Lonely Planet
240 Blackfriars Rd
Please ensure you include your email address with any entry sent via registered post so we can contact you if your child’s entry is chosen as the winner.
Entries must be received by 11.59pm (GMT) on 29th February 2016. With all entries, please include whether you are happy for us to share your child’s entry on Twitter. This won’t affect their entry in any way.