MAKE IT. EAT IT. WRITE ABOUT IT!
The Digital DIY Kitchen is a place where magic happens every day – and kids (and zebras) are the ones who make it happen!
DooF has teamed up with IACP Kids-in-the-Kitchen & Green Ribbon Schools to host an exciting project for creative kids ages 5-18, inspired by the DooF Kids’ Food Blogging program.
It’s fun, easy – and there are lots of great prizes!
Here’s all you need to do:
1. Choose a food you’d normally buy in a store or order in a restaurant, then try to make it yourself.
2. Tell us about your kitchen adventure (in words, photos and/or video).
3. Share the fun with other kids on the Green Ribbon Schools website!
For project details and entry info, please visit our Digital DIY Kitchen page at Green Ribbon Schools!
TO JOIN THE PROJECT RIGHT NOW:
1. Go to http://greenribbonschools.org
2. Click the “register” button on the upper right-hand corner of the home page.
Students, teachers and parents should log into Green Ribbon School using the name of your school* (or child’s school*) – or use this info from IACP Kids-in-the-Kitchen:
School/Organization: IACP Kids-in-the-Kitchen
Location: San Francisco, CA
Your Role: Student or Parent (Teachers logging in using IACP KIK information should choose the role “Parent.”)
3. After you’ve registered, go to your “My Projects” page:
Enter the Invite Code into the Join Project box on your My Projects page.
Project Invite Code: tw9790-2253-5
4. This will take you to the “Results Page Builder,” where kids can start entering their submissions. You can create individual pages for each student – or one group page for your entire class.
5. To view Digital DIY Kitchen project description and guidelines, please use this link:
*Teachers can register their schools to be part of Green Ribbon Schools (which is simple, free – and includes lots of great benefits for students and teachers). If you love video and computer games, be sure to check out their amazing Healthivores contest!
NEED HELP WITH THE GREEN RIBBON SCHOOLS SITE? Get answers from GRS by using the site’s “help” and “contact” features.
QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PROJECT? Please contact Laura Martin Bacon at email@example.com