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Artwork materials
The artwork can be drawn or made on a sheet of paper by hand, pencils, crayons, colour wooden pencils, or by any organic and inorganic materials (2D or 3D) that the children can think of, and it can also be drawn by a digital pen on a digital drawing pad.
To learn more about shapes, including sides and corners, you can refer to CAMathories’ free Ebooks, Goldilocks, and “CAMathories First International MathArt Contest Ebook”. They are all for free downloads on GooglePlay or Google Books. You can also take ask if your school, local library or book stores have a paperback one. CAMathories books come in English and multiple bilingual versions: English/Spanish, English/Modern Chinese & Traditional Chinese, English/French, English/ Japanese, English/Hindi. Alternatively, signup at to be a CAMathories® premium member to play math games to learn more about shapes.

Entry Requirements
For the Preschool and Primary School Group, entry is open to contestants from 3-11 years old. To enter the contest, the parent or legal guardian of the contestant needs to be a CAMathories Freemium member. Registration to become a Freemium member of CAMathories is free of charge through the CAMathories website at Registration only requires an email address and a password of the Contestant’s choice.

By entry, the winners’ parents/guardians grant CAMathories Company the rights to display the Contestants’ artworks to the public through CAMathories’ website and CAMathories page on Facebook (FB), Instagram (IG), Youtube, WeChat, Tiktok, Pinterest and Twitter for CAMathories’ members and CAMathories FB, IG, Youtube, WeChat, Tiktok, Pinterest and Twitter followers or the public to comment or like or vote. The winners’ parents/ guardians also grant CAMathories Company the rights to utilize the names of the winners when displaying the artworks of the winners on CAMathories’ website and CAMathories page on FB, IG, Youtube, WeChat, Tiktok, Pinterest and Twitter and the rights to publicize the results with the Contestants’ names and country.

For submission, all artworks must be submitted by the parent or legal guardian or the teacher of contestants. To submit the artwork, the parent/guardian/ teacher needs to take a photo of the artwork (if it is on a paper) and complete the online submission form. No children under 18 years old can submit their artwork through digital platform themselves.
One contestant can only submit one artwork. If a family has two children, each child can submit one. For contestants’ parents or guardians and any adult supporters of the contestants, they can see and “like” the finalists’ artworks on our Website and FB, IG, Youtube, WeChat, Tiktok, Pinterest and Twitter if they follow CAMathories on all these social media. (Our contest is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with FB, IG, Youtube, WeChat, Tiktok, Pinterest and Twitter).

CAMathories advisors are responsible for choosing the finalists:
Dr. Lorna Ayton - Mathematics advisor
Prof. Simone Teufel - Scientific advisor
Mrs. Penny Coltman - Early Years Education Specialist and Mentor in Math and Science at Cambridge, U.K.
Dr. Helen Bradford - Early Years Education Specialist and Mentor in Literacy and Language, at Cambridge, U.K.
Mr. Sam Yu - Educator (China)
Dr. Kit Cheung - CEO of CAMathories (U.S.A.)

The final decision for the winning order of the final artworks will be a combination of the “likes” received on CAMathories®’ Facebook and Instagram page and CAMathories® website Members’ Forum as well as the decisions of the CAMathories® advisory and education team. The judges’ decision is final, CAMathories  Company has the sole and exclusive discretion for the final decision.
Judging criteria:
1. How well different “shapes” are applied in the artwork.
2. How good the usage and the combination of different colours are in the artwork.
3. The overall presentation of the artwork

Important Notes:
By entering the competition, the contestant irrevocably agrees that he/ she shall abide by and is subject to the rules of the competition established by CAMathories Company, as may be amended from time to time in its sole discretion. Decisions by CAMathories Company are final and not subject to dispute or review. The contestant grants the irrevocable right and license to CAMathories Company to: (a) utilize the contestant’s artwork or drawing submitted to the competition and (b) to reproduce, modify, distribute and/ or publish the contestant’s artwork or drawing in such form as determined by CAMathories Company in its sole and exclusive discretion. Winning contestant(s) are required to provide tax identification information for the purpose of reporting such award(s) to applicable authorities. Winning contestant(s) are solely responsible for all taxes and fees incurred relating to any cash award. Cash awards shall be paid to winning contestants made via bank wire or Paypal or a gift card of an online shop with instructions provided by the winning contestant(s) (the brand of gift cards as mutually agreed by the Contestants and CAMathories Company). CAMathories Company is not responsible for any misdirected or misdelivered cash awards and books and will not take any steps to confirm the accuracy of information provided by winning contestant(s). By entering the Contest, the winning contestant also grant an irrevocable royalty free non-exclusive copyright to CAMathories Company to depict his/her winning picture in CAMathories MathArt Contest Ebook for free downloads globally.
By entering the Contest, the Contestant warrants that as far as it is aware none of the intellectual property rights developed or created in the artwork will infringe any third party’s intellectual property rights or have been misappropriated from any third party and the Contestant agrees to indemnify and hold harmless CAMathories Company against any and all claims of such infringement, misappropriation or alleged infringement or misappropriation.
By entering the Contest, the contestant hereby grants to CAMathories Company an irrevocable royalty free non-exclusive right together with the right to grant sublicenses to use and exploit all of the Contestants intellectual property created or developed in the artwork submitted to the Contest.

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