We all know that a world of adventure awaits us on Planet Earth, but with all the recent talk of far-off universes and intergalactic rebels, this month’s Lonely Planet Kids’ creative challenge is all about the ‘out of this world’ travel experiences your little explorers have encountered!
Follow the instructions below for a chance to win a selection of Lonely Planet Kids books!
Whether your little one loves jetting off in a plane, has had an unbelievable animal encounter or was bowled over by a famous landmark, we want to know what they consider to be their most ‘out of this world’ travel experience! Pick out a photo that best illustrates their chosen moment and send it to us with a short explanation of where it was and why they loved it (no more than 25-50 words, please!). It can be a photo taken by them, of them or even a snap of the place itself — it’s up to them (perhaps with a helping hand from you!). Don’t worry if you haven’t got a matching photo, you can also enter by sending us a drawing of your child’s chosen moment too!
The most creative and inspiring entry will win a bundle of Lonely Planet Kids books, worth £60!
HOW TO ENTER
There are four ways you can help your child enter the Out of This World competition:
- By email: Scan, upload or take a photo of their favourite snap or drawing and send it from your email address to Lonely Planet at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- By Twitter: Tweet their favourite photo or drawing to @lpkids including #lpkidschallenge.
- By post: Send a copy of their photo or drawing and their explanation to us via post to:
Out of this world 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.
- On your blog: Post your child’s photo to your blog and email the blog link to email@example.com.
Entries must be received by 11.59pm (GMT) on 31st December 2015. With all entries, please include whether you are happy for us to share your child’s photo on Twitter. This won’t affect their entry in any way.
A selection of Lonely Planet Kids’ books valued at £60. Two runner ups will also win a copy of Lonely Planet Kids Adventures around the Globe.