(Deadline Nov. 7)
There are so many ways to learn about weather – through television weather reports, through books and articles, and through forecasts on the internet. How does weather affect the world around you? Does it impact what you do? Do you have a favorite kind of weather? What weather do you see in your community? IGES invites young scientists and artists to explore the wonderful world of weather! It’s all around us, so start investigating, and create a picture showing what you’ve learned!
“Wonders of Weather” is the 16th annual art contest held by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. It supports national education standards for grades K-4. The first-, second-, and third-place artists will receive $100, $75, and $50 Visa gift cards (respectively), framed color certificates, and their artwork will be displayed on the IGES website. For more information and to download an entry form, visit http://www.strategies.org/artcontest.
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