We let North Shore students design some ads for our Canada Day newspaper (PHOTOS)

4th annual special feature teaches kids about marketing

We recently asked elementary school students from across the North Shore to help us design some ads for our advertisers for our 4th annual Let the Kids Design the Ads special feature.

This year, the closure of classrooms due to Covid-19 meant that we had to find a new way to present this project to grades 4-7 students across North and West Vancouver.  

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Students were invited to sign up for the project directly with the North Shore News, and were given an online “Marketing 101” presentation by our special features co-ordinator, Tannis Hendriks.

Once they received their instructions, they got busy designing some very creative ads which we are proud to present in this online gallery.

The ad designs chosen by the advertisers published today in our July 1 print issue.

Thank you to the students for participating in this project, and a big thank-you to our advertisers who supported this fun and educational initiative.

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