Win it...:TES Competition

24th November 2006 at 00:00
Win a Kodak digital camera for you, and a site licence for Sherston's Operation Minibeast CD-Rom for your school

Operation Minibeast, published by Sherston (www.sherston.com), is a CD-Rom for six to eight-year-olds studying science and technology. In the year 3005, all life on planet Earth has died out. Pupils must create a virtual zoo on a new planet, Earth II, containing all the animals from the original planet, using maps to explore five different habitats, and studying photographs, illustrations, a database and a field book.

As a treat for the teacher, Sherston is giving away a digital camera, the Kodak EasyShare P880. It offers a very wide 24mm lens, is user-friendly and has a solid shooting speed in JPEG format.

Email treats@tes.co.uk or write (postcards only) to Treats, TES Magazine, Admiral House, 66-68 East Smithfield, London E1W 1BX, marking your entry "Minibeast". The first entry picked out is the winner. By sending us your name and address, you agree to The TES sending you this prize. The TES will not use your personal details for any other future communications. The closing date is November 30.

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