The family video competition on your favorite website from the Web-landia.дети list extended until March 22.
The video competition for students “Journey through Weblandia” extended until March 22. Russian State Children’s Library is the provider of this game with information support of the domain .ДЕТИ.
Students are invited to become guides to websites recommended by the “Weblandia. Best websites for children” resource. The participants (by themselves or with the help of their parents) need to make a video about the website they liked, to swipe through the most interesting pages, to tell what exactly attracted them, as well as whether it was easy to find the information of interest and how this website helped in their studies or everyday life.
The duration of video is up to 4 minutes, format – mp4. To submit a work for the competition, you should fill out the form after posting the video on a file-sharing service or Youtube with hashtags #weblandia #вебландия #путешествиеповебландии. The number of works from one participant or a group of participants is not limited. Each video must be signed with full names of each author.
The authors of the three best videos will receive electronic certificates from the OZON store.
» Detailed conditions on participation in the competition
To recap, “Weblandia” is an online safe virtual space navigator for kids. It contains nearly 2,000 websites verified by experts that you can use to play, to have fun and to learn.
3D dinosaur models and educational online games, cooking recipes and the best collections of crafts, interactive alphabets and the full literary analysis of works from the school curriculum, biographies of famous personalities and the history of archaeological discoveries, virtual tours of world museums and useful tips for aspiring entrepreneurs – everyone will find something interesting and useful for themselves.
An interview with the creators of “Weblandia” (weblandia.дети), as well as “Bibliogid” (bibliogid.дети) and the Russian State Children’s Library portal (library.дети) published on the Smart Journal website.