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We understand that your little explorers are just as curious about the world as we are and so for this month’s Lonely Planet Kids’ creative challenge we’re thinking about the world and everything in it. Follow the steps below for a chance to win a selection of  Lonely Planet Kids books!

THE TASK

Put your thinking caps on, grab your colouring pens, and print our activity sheet by downloading it here. Fill in the blanks and show us your drawing skills – we want to know what your little ones think about the world.

The most creative and inspiring entry will win a bundle of Lonely Planet Kids books and two runner ups will receive a copy of the new edition of Lonely Planet Kids’ The Travel Book (due to be released in September).

HOW TO ENTER

There are four ways you can help your child enter the world tour competition:

  1. By email: Scan, upload or take a photo of their completed activity sheet and send it from your email address to Lonely Planet at lonelyplanet.kids@lonelyplanet.com.
  2. By Twitter: Tweet a photo of their activity sheet to @lpkids including #lpkidschallenge.
  3. On your blog: Post your child’s entry to your blog and email the blog link to lonelyplanet.kids@lonelyplanet.com.
  4. By post: Send a copy of their activity sheet to us via post to:

World tour competition

c/o Lonely Planet

240 Blackfriars Rd

London

SE1 8NW

(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.)

All entries must be received by 11.59pm (BST) on 31st August 2015. 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.

THE PRIZE

One entrant will win a selection of Lonely Planet Kids’ books valued at £60 and two runners up will receive a copy of the new edition of Lonely Planet Kids’ The Travel Book (released in September).

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

For inspiration on how to keep your young explorers entertained whilst on the road – or at home – check out our Lonely Planet Kids books and apps.