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Here’s How it Works

  • If you haven’t already, please register your school (see below) so that we know how to contact you and post you certificates etc.  We will also email confirmations.
  • You can submit entries online or by post, whichever is easier, but either way you will need the description forms and parental permission forms, so you need to download them(see below).
  • Children then create a Creative Creature made up of parts of all sorts of animals, ideally of endangered species, and name it and describe it.
  • Please use A3 paper and keep the drawing clean with no added text or backgrounds. Strong colours are best.
  • The project can be done in one session or over a period of time.
  • Once completed the drawings need to be sent to us with the description sheet and the parental permission form.  Please either staple them together and post them to:
  • Bowdleflode HQ at Graingers, Southbrook Road, West Ashling, Chichester  PO18 8DN, UK
  • OR scan them and email them to hello@bowdleflodes.com.
  • If you post them, original children’s artworks will be returned once they are on the website.
  • Children can find their creature under the heading Creative Creatures where each creature has its own (free) webpage.
  • T shirts, mugs, cushions and clocks with the child’s creative creature can be ordered from the child’s Creative Creature’s page or the Bowdleshop. They make lovely presents.
  • The whole idea of the project is to teach the children something about Endangered Species.  We encourage you to get them to research Endangered Species before they start their Creature so they can incorporate some of what they learn in their Creature.

Here’s How it Works

  • If you haven’t already, please register your school (see below), so we know how to contact you and post you certificates etc.  We will also email confirmations.
  • You can submit entries online or by post, whichever is easier, but either way you will need the description forms and parental permission forms, so you need to download them (see below).
  • The children then each create a Creative Creature made up of parts of all sorts of animals, ideally of endangered species, and name it and describe it.
  • Please use A3 paper and keep the drawing clean with no added text or backgrounds. Strong colours are best.
  • The project can be done in one session or over a period of time.
  • Once completed the drawings need to be sent to us with the description sheet and the parental permission form.  Please either staple them together and post them to:
  • Bowdleflode HQ at Graingers, Southbrook Road, West Ashling, Chichester  PO18 8DN, UK
  • OR scan them and email them to hello@bowdleflodes.com.
  • If you post them, original children’s artworks will be returned once they are on the website.
  • Children can find their creature under the heading Creative Creatures where each creature has its own (free) webpage.
  • T shirts, mugs, cushions and clocks with the child’s creative creature can be ordered from the child’s Creative Creature’s page or the Bowdleshop. They make lovely presents.
  • The whole idea of the project is to teach the children something about Endangered Species.  We encourage you to get them to research Endangered Species before they start their Creature so they can incorporate some of what they learn in their Creature.

Here’s How it Works

  • If you haven’t already, please register your school (see below) so that we know how to contact you and post you certificates etc.  We will also email confirmations.
  • You can submit entries online or by post, whichever is easier, but either way you will need the description forms and parental permission forms, so you need to download them(see below).
  • Children then create a Creative Creature made up of parts of all sorts of animals, ideally of endangered species, and name it and describe it.
  • Please use A3 paper and keep the drawing clean with no added text or backgrounds. Strong colours are best.
  • The project can be done in one session or over a period of time.
  • Once completed the drawings need to be sent to us with the description sheet and the parental permission form.  Please either staple them together and post them to:
  • Bowdleflode HQ at Graingers, Southbrook Road, West Ashling, Chichester  PO18 8DN, UK
  • OR scan them and email them to hello@bowdleflodes.com.
  • If you post them, original children’s artworks will be returned once they are on the website.
  • Children can find their creature under the heading Creative Creatures where each creature has its own (free) webpage.
  • T shirts, mugs, cushions and clocks with the child’s creative creature can be ordered from the child’s Creative Creature’s page or the Bowdleshop. They make lovely presents.
  • The whole idea of the project is to teach the children something about Endangered Species.  We encourage you to get them to research Endangered Species before they start their Creature so they can incorporate some of what they learn in their Creature.
  • If you haven’t already, please register your school (see below) so that we know how to contact you and post you certificates etc.  We will also email confirmations.
  • You can submit entries online or by post, whichever is easier, but either way you will need the description forms and parental permission forms, so you need to download them(see below).
  • Children then create a Creative Creature made up of parts of all sorts of animals, ideally of endangered species, and name it and describe it.
  • Please use A3 paper and keep the drawing clean with no added text or backgrounds. Strong colours are best.
  • The project can be done in one session or over a period of time.
  • Once completed the drawings need to be sent to us with the description sheet and the parental permission form.  Please either staple them together and post them to:
  • Bowdleflode HQ at Graingers, Southbrook Road, West Ashling, Chichester  PO18 8DN, UK
  • OR scan them and email them to hello@bowdleflodes.com.
  • If you post them, original children’s artworks will be returned once they are on the website.
  • Children can find their creature under the heading Creative Creatures where each creature has its own (free) webpage.
  • T shirts, mugs, cushions and clocks with the child’s creative creature can be ordered from the child’s Creative Creature’s page or the Bowdleshop. They make lovely presents.
  • The whole idea of the project is to teach the children something about Endangered Species.  We encourage you to get them to research Endangered Species before they start their Creature so they can incorporate some of what they learn in their Creature.