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PBS KIDS Giveaway: Win a PBS KIDS Prize Pack (5 Winners)

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How do you get your kids excited about creativeexpression? PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest, a national initiative designed to promote the advancement of children’s literacy skills through hands-on, active learning.

PBS KIDS Writers Contest

How the Contest Works

PBS stations throughout the country will collaborate with schools, public libraries and other community-based organizations to present the Contest in local communities. Each station will select local winners and award prizes.

These local winners will then be entered into the national contest where a panel of esteemed judges will select the top 12 winners.  National winners will be announced during the summer of 2013 and the winning stories will be featured on pbskids.org/writerscontest.

The national winners will receive prizes, including tablets, e-readers and MP3 players. Additionally, Highlights for Children has joined the Contest as a new promotional partner and all participants will have the option to receive a print or digital version of Highlights magazine.

Be sure to get your kids to enter the contest! Also, don’t forget to mark your calendar and join us on Tuesday, March 5 as we chat about creative writing and ways to help kids with their entries! Click here for more information about the #gno Twitter party.

Giveaway Post Prize

This week's giveaway is all about creative writing. Five winners will receive fun PBS KIDS prize packs (ARV: $45). Please follow the entry requirements outlined in the Rafflecopter widget below in order to enter.

In-Chat Giveaway

During the #gno Twitter party, you’ll have a chance to win a prize. You will need to join the party on Tuesday, March 5 from 9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EST in order to enter the giveaway. Giveaway requirements and instructions will be explained during the #gno Twitter party. The winner of the in-chat giveaway will win a fun PBS KIDS prize pack.

Terms and Conditions

No purchase necessary to enter. This giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday, March 6. See all terms and conditions here. This giveaway is available to U.S. residents only.

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55 Responses to “PBS KIDS Giveaway: Win a PBS KIDS Prize Pack (5 Winners)”

  1. [...] writing for kids. The party will be held on Tuesday, March 5 from 9-10 p.m. ET (8CT, 7MT, 6PT). Click here to see details about the giveaway and enter for a chance to [...]

  2. All I have to do is mention the word “experiment” and my boys are on board with science! For us, it’s all about making learning a hands-on experience.

  3. Kelly D says:

    My son likes Brain Pop on his tablet, and we research his science questions online.

  4. We do science experiments.

  5. Judy S says:

    we like to do nature walks

  6. Tim says:

    I have done several science experiments for my kids, but mostly so they will think I have magic powers, not to teach them about science. I actually look forward top the day when they are in science fairs so I can build volcanoes with them or something else just as cool.

  7. I get my kids excited about science by taking them outside exploring to see all the natural science that surrounds us :) says:

    I get my kids excited about science by taking them outside exploring to see all the natural science that surrounds us :)

  8. Denise M says:

    the local science museum

  9. courtney b says:

    we do fun projects together

  10. HappyMomC says:

    We do nature walks and experiments!

  11. Stacey says:

    My kids love experiments and are always asking questions about how things work!

  12. hminnesota says:

    buying smaller items- like microscope, lava kit etc. Do with them home projects.

  13. Julie Davis says:

    We do lots of experiments

  14. Using science in real life applications says:

    Using science in real life applications works for us

  15. mamotts says:

    we make science fun- and an everyday occurance- such as gardening and growing- rain water- rain barrels- green house effects…steam..cooking, cause and effect- eevrything an and does have cause and effect

  16. Kat says:

    I look for websites and youtube vids with cool experiments that I can try with my kids.

  17. TiaMarie @LokaFreeThings2 says:

    Can’t Wait! I love PBS! My niece and I watch every Saturday & Sunday morning:)

  18. Carol B says:

    With fun, educational shows, books & toys.

  19. Louis says:

    I have looked up several easy to re create science experiments on the internet – both kiddos always get excited
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  20. yamilet c says:

    I get my kids excited by searching online and finding easy safe experiments to do at home. My kids are little so anything to them is a fun adventure. And they are at the stage where everything is followed by a question so science turns into a fun lesson

  21. jeannine s says:

    We do science experiments, read books, watch shows

  22. Amy Z. says:

    We do hands-on or outdoor activities, like planting a seed and watching it sprout.

  23. erin dear says:

    by doing fun experiments

  24. Kristina Wilson says:

    make it fun

  25. We get them excited about science by spending as much time as we can outdoors.

  26. Kris says:

    Since she was 3 I started her with science kits, and everywhere we go, I try to “explain” the science of things. (I love science) but since she was 2 she wrote & illustrated her own stories & I’ve asked her to participate in this contest. now that she’s in the 3rd grade, maybe she will give it a try! Thanks so much for this party- we both will be there!

  27. Jo Sue says:

    We go to the SMithsonium museums, watch science based shows like Sid the Science kid and they take after school classes for fun!

  28. Michelle C says:

    We love to buy science kits. I also look online for projects to do with them

  29. Trish @madmomnotodrugs says:

    We have found some great ideas on Pinterest , we made a volcano using baking soda

  30. Cindy C. says:

    Science experiments, they love to do them and it really gets them to thinking about everything.

  31. We took them to the museums and the library where we learn about all things science!!! We love mimicking Sid the Science kid experiments!!!

  32. Donna W. says:

    We explore museums, exhibits and outdoors

  33. little island studios says:

    Oh, science is absolutely fabulous! We talk about everything from animals, space, weather and the way things work….daily!

  34. Erica Best says:

    by going to museums and showing thing i learned as kid about science

  35. @n210ss says:

    Watching PBS & exploring!

  36. Livivua Chandler says:

    we go to museums, read about science wonders, and participate in school science fairs

  37. Naomie says:

    We do fun experiments at home

  38. Candace says:

    by doing it with them!

  39. @mhappynow says:

    Sid the science kid has really made my grandkids love science Age 3 and 5.. Love having a apple on my counter watching it decompose.

  40. Erika says:

    Museums, experiments, books, life! Thanks!

  41. Sadie says:

    My kids love to go to the science museum to get excited about science.

  42. @Stacey5656 says:

    We go outside and explore Science related stuff..

  43. billiejo willequer says:

    my daughter LOVES pbs kids we have to watch it everymorning she wakes up great great shows

  44. jenny cawrse says:

    We do science experiments

  45. Donna George says:

    Kids are naturally interested in science. I work with my students on making it applicable to their lives.

  46. Alisson H. says:

    My two oldest love science & they talk about it together & with their little sister. We also do experiments at home.

  47. kwai yip says:

    i love to experiment with her at home, we make our own science projects!

  48. HawkeeMommy says:

    This is awesome! Both my kids enjoy writing though tips are definitely helpful and very much appreciated!

  49. laura c says:

    My kids love anything that is hands on! :D Watching PBSKids helps because they make learning fun!

  50. HawkeeMommy says:

    I bought a pocket book on experiments for times like March Break and summer holidays when there is lots of idle time on our hands.

  51. Yolanda Flores says:

    I try to make sure that I make the project fun — whatever it might be I add colors, gadgets, lights, etc. – They love it!

  52. suzanne c. says:

    We explore things outside, like different bugs and leaves we find. We also look at seeds and flowers.

  53. @mommy3sons says:

    I try to find interesting science projects for my kids.

  54. Amanda says:

    One episode of myth busters and the girls go wild!

  55. ria clarke says:

    experiments!

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