Whether your little one can crack a code in record timing, is crazy for cool gadgets or likes to don a quirky disguise from time-to-time, this month’s Lonely Planet Kids’ creative challenge is all about the cryptic world of espionage.
To celebrate the launch of Lonely Planet Kids’ How to be an International Spy, we’ve teamed up with the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. to offer one lucky undercover agent the ultimate spy goody bag. There will also be two copies of How to be an International Spy up for grabs.
Follow the instructions below with your aspiring spy to enter.
Grab your colouring pens, download our activity sheet and get those imaginations into gear – your little explorers are going undercover!
HOW TO ENTER
There are four ways you can help your child enter the competition:
By email: Scan, upload or take a photo of their completed activity sheet and send it from your email address to Lonely Planet at [email protected]
By Twitter: Tweet a photo of their activity sheet to @lpkids including #lpkidschallenge.
On your blog: Post your child’s entry to your blog and email the blog link to [email protected]
By post: Send a copy of their activity sheet to us via post to:
International spy 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.)
All entries must be received by 11.59pm (BST) on 1st November 2015. With all entries, please include whether you are happy for us to share your child’s entry on Twitter. This won’t affect their entry in any way.
The most inspiring and creative entry will win a ultimate secret agent gift pack (worth US$125) and a copy of Lonely Planet Kids’ How to be an International Spy. Two runner-ups will receive a copy of How to be an International Spy.
ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM
Image courtesy of the International Spy Museum
Embrace your inner spy at the International Spy Museum (Washington, D.C.), which features the world’s largest collection of espionage artifacts, engaging interactive exhibits and the notoriously cool Exquisitely Evil: Fifty Years of James Bond Villains showcase.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please read the terms and conditions carefully before entering, here.
For inspiration on how to keep your young explorers entertained while on the road – or at home – check out our Lonely Planet Kids books and apps.