The principle is simple, it has to be related to YOUR sleep!
You have carte blanche to tell us about anything that intrigues, worries or interests you in connection with what we all do for more than a third of our lives… sleep.
To take up the challenge, all you have to do is share your “bedtime story” on social networks with #TNDO OR via the download link if you’re more of a “small group” type.
We’ve put a few 💜 in your instructions, but anything’s possible… or almost.
Create a video (any accepted format, documentary, animation, interview, etc.) of 30 seconds to 1 minute 30 seconds maximum filmed vertically.
Everyone has bedtime stories; the proof is in the videos of the creators of this project!
Favorite 💜 discover the videos of American students on the importance of sleep.
Records an audio file of 30 seconds to 3 minutes maximum.
Favorite 💜 podcasts: the offbeat podcasts for kids from “La puce à l’oreille”
Share one or two of your photos (no more) and explain in a sentence or two its connection to sleep if needed.
Favorite 💜 photo: “My room project” by John Thackwray takes us on a journey around the world through photos of bedrooms. Great for learning about different sleeping environments.
classic or WEBTOON
Tell us a story of your own in the format of a comic strip of 6 to 8 squares maximum. You can do it on a page or in a scrolling WEBTOON format.
Favorite 💜 Teen comic: “La brigade des cauchemars” by Frank Thilliez
Favorite 💜 illustrations and content: “Le sommeil à l’oeil nu” is interesting and so beautiful!
The #TNDO Challenge is open to anyone between the ages of 12 and 17. No purchase of any kind is necessary, and there is no entry fee.
Only your participation counts in this challenge.
You can create your content in a variety of formats (e.g. MP4, MP3, PDF or JPEG), depending on how you choose to participate (e.g. video, podcast, comic strip or photo) and how you choose to share it (e.g. social networking or with the team by uploading to this site).
Each submission must be an original work. That is, no plagiarism or unauthorized borrowing. You are responsible for the intellectual property. Make sure you have the rights to use images, photos, text or music.
Please note that submissions must NOT:
- Promote any product or brand.
- Show or identify other people by name without written permission from them. You must have these permissions in your possession when sharing.
- Contain any of the following: profanity; content depicting or promoting sexual activity; content depicting or promoting illegal activities; content that depicts or promotes violence or harm; any other offensive, obscene or inappropriate content.