You'll get: Club Leader's Guide, Weekly Video with Professor Watermelon and Mister Smart, Weekly Writing and Drawing challenges, Prize Guide with Melon Money, and more...
Creativity begins with these two magic words: “what” and “if”. What-if-ology club is a place where this “what if” magic is harnessed - a place where children are encouraged to explore their own minds and become young authors and illustrators. Each week we will send AMUSING challenges to your club that are designed to captivate the brain. In turn, children become motivated to plug into their OWN devices instead of maxing out on screen time.
INVITE PROFESSOR WATERMELON AND MISTER SMART
TO YOUR LOCATION!
BE A PART OF THE TEAM AND LEAD A WHAT-IF-OLOGY CLUB AT YOUR SCHOOL, LIBRARY or EDUCATIONAL CENTER!
It’s incredibly gratifying for children to see their work in print! That’s why we invite participating What-if-ology Clubs to submit their members’ best work to us. Our editorial committee will select stories, cartoons and comics to be published in our annual anthology, “The Spark”.
That's right! We would love to visit your school, library or educational center to help you kick-off your What-if-ology Club. We offer an engaging assembly style program that will motivate children to plug into their own devices. We'll share our books and how we created them. We are willing to travel to your location or ZOOM in virtually!
IT'S AFFORDABLE and EASY to PARTICIPATE!
WE WILL GIVE YOU EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO LEAD YOUR CLUB!
We offer affordable annual licensing fees for school districts, library systems, single schools, single branches, community centers, after-school programs and homeschools. This fee schedule is available upon request.
Today’s children are spending more and more time on their electronic devices. According to the American Heart Association, kids spend an average of 7 hours a day looking at a screen. Wowsers!
While it’s fun to consume creative media this way, it’s even more fun and rewarding to PRODUCE it yourself with a simple pencil and a piece of paper. That’s why we’re asking children to…
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