The New York Times has announced its 6th annual video vocabulary challenge. You have until Feb. 18 at 7 a.m. Eastern time to enter. All the rules and regulations, as well as some inspiration from past winners, are linked below.
Use your imagination. You can act the word out, animate it, use puppets, draw, sing a song, create a dance, incorporate photographs, create a Claymation, or anything else that will help viewers understand and learn your word.
To learn more about the contest’s rules and regulations, and to see more examples of student work, visit the New York Times Contest Page.