I have a very exciting challenge Instagram Photo Challenge to share with you that involves your children the alphabet and photography! This photo challenge is hosted by Glenda from Mommies Reviews and myself.
The Children’s A to Z Instagram Photo Challenge is being held from July 6 to July 31, your child can share a picture for the letter of the day on Instagram. You may also share more details about the picture via Facebook, Google+, or create a blog post sharing pictures about your child and what they learned about the object in their picture.
Make sure to use the hashtag #childAZphotochallenge when you share your pictures throughout the challenge.
So grab your phone or camera and help your child find something with the letter of the day. For those children that make it through the entire month we will have Prizes.
The only rule is the children must take the pictures themselves.Parents will then be responsible for uploading onto social media since children under the age of 13 must have parental consent! Unless children are too young to actually take the pictures then they can find the items and the parents can take the pictures with the child in the picture.
So let me know you will be participating in out Childrens A to Z Instagram Photo Challenge by leaving a comment below.
Kathy Vannoy says
I’m going to check with my family and see if they would like to try it. Do you want people to tag their photos with anything so you will see them?
Do you have to take the picture and post it on the exact date? Or are you just trying to spread out the work load over a few weeks.
Also was wondering if the words have to start with the letter of the day, such as “X”, could you use a word that contains “x” but not necessarily the first letter.
Yes, please use the hashtag #childAZphotochallenge in all of your pictures for this challenge. If you would also like to tag @Something2Offer that would be great as well. You may interpret the letter’s how your child does. If your child find an object for a different day take that picture ahead and you’ll be ready when that letter come sup.