Idaho Commission for LibrariesAddress: 325 W State St., Boise, ID 83702
Phone: (208) 334-2150 | In-State Toll Free: (800) 458-3271
Printed from the Idaho Commission for Libraries website: http://libraries.idaho.gov
Kids Quest open until October 31
The Idaho Commission for Libraries Kids Quest is available at www.lili.org/quest. The Kids Quest is an on-line adventure targeted to students in grades 6-9. If they complete it, they can enter into a drawing for an iPod touch®.
Students in grades 6-9.
The ICfL Kids Quest is an on-line adventure targeted to students and designed to take the adventurer to:
- LearningExpress Library
- LiLI.org (World Book for Kids)
- Scout, Classroom Edition
- Scout, Idaho Collection
- Cyberbullying prevention resources compiled by the ICfL and Digital Citizenship partners
- Idaho Public Television’s Dialogue for Kids (D4K) science production
- and last, but not least, their local public library
Students can join the quest at www.lili.org/quest.
How to win an iPod touch®
- After stepping through the several pages of the quest, one page for each site, the adventurer arrives at a certificate of completion. They are invited to print this certificate, have their parent/guardian sign it and add contact info (in the case they are a winner), and take it to their public library. Yes, walk in the door.
- We ask that the public library staff please enter participant information into the drawing entry site at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BYL92FH
- ICfL will conduct the drawing, identifying ten random winners. We will send the winner's iPod touch to the public library, and leave it up to you to deliver their prize with whatever fanfare you wish.
- The quest begins on Tuesday, October 9 and ends on October 31.
- The drawing will take place on November 1.
Prize for a school
The school with the most students who participate and take their signed certificate to a public library will win a 50 minute session with Brad Tassell with up to 45 participants (a value of nearly 120.00) at one of 215 IEN locations throughout the state.