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Design your own Lizard Card!

August 01, 2016

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Could you design our next limited edition Lizard Card?

At Explore, we reward children for both effort and achievement, and always encourage them to set new goals. One of our most popular rewards are Lizard Cards, which can be collected and exchanged for prizes. We have a new and exciting competition to design a brand new Lizard Card – the lucky winner will receive £150 of high street vouchers and their design will be printed and used in centres! There are also some excellent runner-up prizes of fun stationery from Maped Helix!

Here’s how to enter:

DESIGN IT!

EVERYONE can enter – from 4 year olds to 110+! From our Explore families to those who are not yet members! The blank Lizard Card templates are available at your nearest centre.

TAG IT!

Post a photo of your design to Explore Learning’s Facebook page and include #NowICan in your photo’s caption.

REMEMBER – if you are under the age of 16, please ask a parent or guardian to post a photo of your design on your behalf. The deadline for entries is the 5th September, 2016.

WINNER?

The winning photo will be announced via Facebook on Wednesday, 14th September – so like our page to keep in the loop as to who the lucky winner is!

All photos uploaded with the #NowICan in the caption will be entered into the competition and a lucky winner will be selected by our panel of judges.

IMPORTANT Please keep your Lizard Card design safe as we will require the original winning entry to create the new Lizard Card!

If you are unable to post a photo of your design to Facebook, you can email your entry to lizardcards@explorelearning.co.uk.

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