I ThinkFirst! Contest 2016-2017

We want to hear from kids about how they think first to prevent injury!

Taking place March 27, 2017 - June 11, 2017 the I ThinkFirst! Contest encourages students in grades K-8 from across Canada to submit creative art projects, explaining in their own words why and how they “ThinkFirst!” to prevent injury when they are active at play, school or at home. Based on the TD ThinkFirst For Kids curriculum, the goal of the contest is to highlight the importance of brain and spinal cord injury prevention. Submissions could include: photos, paintings, videos, poems, posters, collages, comic books, short stories.  You could win great prizes valued at up to $5000! Stay tuned for more information coming soon.

2015-2016 Contest

The 2016 I ThinkFirst! Contest proved to be an even greater success this year! Parachute received 199 submissions from student participants from schools across Canada including Ontario and Newfoundland.

View all the submissions in on our Facebook album.

Find out more about the TD ThinkFirst for Kids curriculum for grades K-8.

2014-2015 Contest

The 2014-2015 TD I Think First! Contest proved to be a great success, with Parachute receiving over 149 submissions from 177 students from across Canada!

View all the submissions in on our Facebook album.

Check out Parachute's blog article about one of the contest winners Catching up with the ThinkFirst contest winner.

View a summary of the 2014-2015 contest winners.

2013-2014 Contest

The 2013-2014 TD I Think First! Contest proved to be a great success, with Parachute receiving over 50 submissions from 128 students from across Canada!

Check out our blog post for more on our 2013 winners. To see pictures of past submissions, visit our Facebook page.