Did you know each year IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) holds an animal art contest in celebration of wildlife and creativity? It’s so cool! I get that you may not want to take on one more thing during the months of February and March—deadline for entry is March 30—however, this is a contest kiddos can enter on their own. You simply need to let them know about it!
Here are a few of the details:
- Students in grades preschool through 12 may enter.
- All artwork entries must be submitted on either 8 ½” x 11” or 9” x 12” paper and be created by hand using markers, crayons, colored pencils, and/or paint. No photographs, photocopies, tracings or computer-generated designs will be accepted.
- An official entry form must accompany each submission. (Click here.)
- Twelve winners and twelve honorable mentions will be chosen by a panel of judges based on originality, creativity, and adherence to the Office Contest Rules.
- Winning entries receive a creative artist prize pack. Honorable mentions receive prizes too!
- A certificate of participation is available for all entrants. (Click here.)
Get the full details here.
Sure sounds like fun to me!