Georgia Space Grant Consortium Presents Lights, Camera, Explore!
A K-12 STEM Video Competition
Do you have a science topic you love? Do you want to share it with other kids? Did you ever want to be a STEM movie star? This is your chance!
Lights, Camera, Space is a competition where the kids become the teachers! Just make a video of yourself explaining a science concept and doing a cool activity or demo related to that concept, and submit it to us. We’ll post everyone’s videos to a central page so kids can learn from each other, and select a top video each week as our weekly feature!
You can check out the submissions so far here: Lights, Camera, Explore Entries
Participation is easy:
- Learn about a STEM concept that interests you
- Design a project or activity to demonstrate that concept with items found around your home
- Make a short (<5 min) video of yourself explaining your concept and activity to other kids
- Submit using the form at the bottom of the page
All approved submissions will be shared on our website.
Weekly winners in each age group will have their videos edited to production quality and featured on our You Tube channel and will receive a space-themed prize pack!
Want to make a video, but don’t have an idea? Check out some cool ideas at NASA’s STEM site
Contest runs through July, 2020
- This contest is open to students enrolled in Georgia public, private, or homeschool K-12 programs
- All videos must be 5 minutes or less in length
- Each video should cover one main concept related to science, technology, engineering, or math
- Multiple submissions per individual are permitted
- Participants (or their parents) must fill out and submit the release waivers to be eligible
- Activities must be safe to do at home with a clear explanation of any safety precautions
- The video must be the entrant’s original work and must be free of any copyrighted or trademarked material, or any material created by another person and used without that person’s knowledge and consent
- The video must be free of offensive content, including but not limited to: 1) obscene or hateful language or images, any 2) content which is defamatory of any person, 3)c ontent that promotes violence or discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age, 4) Content that is intentionally deceptive, 5) content that promotes illegal activity or threatens another person or entity
Selection of Weekly Winner based on:
- Correctness of explanation
- Quality/clarity of explanations (should be appropriate for a K-6 audience)
- Activity can be done with materials many kids would have access to at home
- Bonus points if the STEM concept is linked to space!
Download and fill out these media release forms to submit with your application:
If you have questions, contact email@example.com