Since April 2020, Northeast Ohio Parent has been bringing you video and virtual fun each week as part of our KidStream newsletter. Sponsored by Pinecrest, the weekly e-newsletter features an educational and entertaining look at what local museums, park districts and attractions have been doing behind the scenes.
Now, we’d like to see what our readers and followers have been up to!
Each month, we’ll choose a theme, and our followers can submit videos for a chance to be featured in KidStream — plus one lucky winner will win a fantastic prize!
November Theme: “Fall Fun & Halloween”
Do you have a fun, seasonal game or activity your family loves? Want to share how to make a favorite fall craft or recipe? Did you put up spooky decorations or make a creative Halloween costume? We would love to see your kiddos in action! Complete the following form and send a corresponding video file (or share a video link to YouTube, Facebook, etc.) to [email protected] by noon on Friday, Nov. 12, to be entered this month.
Your video could be featured on our website and in our KidStream newsletter. We’ll choose our favorite video as November’s winner — and the person who submitted it will win a 4-pack of tickets to the Greater Cleveland Aquarium and a $25 Pinecrest Gift Card for Graeter’s Ice Cream.
Rules and Tips
Videos should be engaging and interesting to our target audience: kids! If sending a video file, it should be no more than five minutes long and sent to [email protected] using a file transfer site (we recommend WeTransfer.com), as large file sizes might not go through via email.
Videos can be sent “as-is” or edited as you see fit. While professional quality isn’t required, featured subjects should be audible, and the video should be easy to watch (filmed with a steady hand).
Must be age 18 or older to enter to submit a video. The person submitting a video must be the parent/guardian of the child(ren) featured in the video. Entrants will be notified prior to their video being used in KidStream. Videos must be family-friendly; they may not contain any language, topics, gestures, etc., that are inappropriate for young children.