There are no prizes. This is not a contest, just a way to share your talent with other kids. Some projects will be chosen to appear on the PBS KIDS GO! website…or maybe even TV.
The selected projects will start to appear on PBS KIDS GO! in the fall of 2007 and continue to run as long as you keep showing us what you've got!
If your entry is selected to appear on PBS KIDS GO!, you will be notified. You will not be notified if your creation is not selected.
Yes. We welcome entries from anywhere in the world.
Have someone take a photo of it and send it in. You can either mail us a print or email us a digital photo.
If you can do a cool trick or have a unique talent we've never seen before, share it with us. Have your parents or friends make a video of you doing your fantastic tricks. Then, mail in the tape or email the digital video.
Type up your stories or poems (maybe have a parent help) and email them to us. Or, if you prefer, you can mail us photo copies of your hand-written pages.
Have someone tape your performance. You can send an audio cassette tape or video to us.
If you make movies or animation, you can mail us a copy of the tape or email us a copy of a digital video.
No. Unfortunately, we are not able to return videos, art, poems, songs, stories, or any other entries sent to us.
Check your parents’ digital camera. Many digital cameras can take video. Plus, you may be able to get access to free equipment. Try contacting any of the following:
- Your local public library
- Your local cable access station
- A college or university in your town with a film or communication program
- Boys and Girls clubs; 4-H clubs; the Boys and Girls Scouts
- Your family's computer may have simple editing software already on it. Ask about it!
- Local companies that rent video equipment. This could be the most expensive option, so shop around!
- For more tips on making a video, check out ‘Video Postcards From You’ on the Postcards From Buster website.