A Day In My Digital life Competition
Our Find Your Balance: A day in my digital life art competition, in partnership with Google, is asking children to draw a picture showing how they find a healthy balance in their online and offline lives.
We are looking for a colourful and creative picture that shows how your child makes sure the internet works for them. It could also reflect how you share – and balance – your digital lives at home.
We’ll be choosing the top 50 entries to be displayed in the Houses of Parliament in London – and the winners will be invited to attend an event in Westminster to see their artwork on display. We’ll also be selecting two national winners (one aged 5-7, one aged 8-11) who’ll have their trip to London paid for (please see the terms and conditions for full details).
How to enter
Create an A4-sized artwork on the theme: A day in my digital life.
Your child can think about all the ways they use digital technology as part of family life (perhaps schoolwork, having fun, or catching up with friends and family) and how they balance this with offline activities (like sport, exercise or other things they love doing as a family). There are no right or wrong answers – every family is unique, and yours will have its own ways to find a healthy balance both online and offline.
When they're done, you can fill out the entry form below and upload their finished artwork as a PDF or jpeg file (maximum size 5MB). All accepted artwork entries will be displayed in an online gallery on the Parent Zone website – before being shared with our judging panel. The judging panel will be looking at creativity and originality – as well as how each piece of art responds to our theme.
The closing date for entries is 23:59 on Friday 22 October.