Contest for Kids: Draw & Define Geography Terms

Published:
August 3, 2019

Carrie Fernandez

Contributor:
Carrie

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Since its release earlier this year, we have sold thousands of copies of Geography Terms Notebook – A Visual Notebooking Adventure.

My daughter really enjoys using this book to draw geography illustrations and write out the definitions of each geography term. I have to admit, she likes the drawing part much better than the defining part.

Since it’s already in so many hands, we thought it would be super fun to have a contest.

Draw & Define Coloring Contest

Do you have a copy of this notebook? If so, grab it and encourage your kids to create their best work for a chance to win an Amazon gift card PLUS $25 to spend at our online store (yes, this is for the moms!).

If not, you can enter without making a purchase by downloading the “Forest” page and picking up a copy of Geography from A to Z: A Picture Glossary from your local library. If you’d prefer to have a copy of your own, grab it here and get started! 

If you have your own copy of Geography Terms Notebook then your child can select ANY page they want to draw and color and are not limited to the “Forest” page. 

Geography Terms Notebook workbook cover

There are 2 age groups, one winner in each group: 

Each winner in the age groups below will be awarded a $25 Amazon Gift Card, along with $25 off any purchase in our online store. All prizes will be awarded to the parent of the winning child. 

  • Age group one: children ages 7-10
  • Age group two: children ages 11-14

Entry Guidelines:

1.) Print any page in the Geography Terms Notebook and have your child draw and color it as well as define the term using their best handwriting. If you do not own the Geography Terms Notebook, you can download the “Forest” page for free and get a copy of Geography from A to Z: A Picture Glossary from your local library. This book is used to copy the vocabulary definition and picture.

2.) Scan it and send it using this form. This is very important, we cannot accept email entries. 

Entries must be received no later than 8/31. Our top three in each age group will be posted for voting by the public. Winners will be announced on 9/30/19.

For entry rules and official guidelines, click here for our contest entry form

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