What is the 'Kids Go Green' program all about?
This program is all about bringing awareness on Global Warming to kids. BonusLink have been visiting schools with the objective of leaving kids with simple, practical steps to help save our planet. Whilst we continue to disseminate our message to primary school children, we have also developed an educational 'Kids Go Green' DVD about Global Warming with the objective of reaching out to more primary school children across the country and educating them on Global Warming.
I am a teacher and I would like to invite BonusLink to give a presentation on Global Warming at my school. How can I do that and will there be any charges incurred?
You may send a request to us via the 'School Visit & DVD request' on the Kids Go Green microsite. There will not be any charges incurred. However, acceptance of the invitation is subject to our availability. In the event that invitation has been rejected, an educational 'Kids Go Green' DVD will be sent to you for you to share the information with your school students.
How can I request for a 'Kids Go Green' DVD and will there be any charges incurred?
You may send a request to us via the 'School Visit & DVD request' page on the 'Kids Go Green' microsite. There will not be any charges incurred. However, distribution of the 'Kids Go Green' DVDs is subject to approval and stock availability (1 DVD per school only).
What are the languages available in the 'Kids Go Green' DVD?
You will have the option to choose either one of following DVD :
- English & Bahasa Malaysia,
- English & Mandarin, or
- English & Tamil
How long will it take for me to receive the 'Kids Go Green' DVD?
Your 'Kids Go Green' DVD request will be processed and mailed out within 2-3 weeks upon approval.
What is the ideal age for viewing the content of the Kids Go Green DVD?
The 'Kids Go Green' DVD's content is suitable for kids aged from 7 to 9 years old.
Which devices can the 'Kids Go Green' DVD be played on?
The 'Kids Go Green' DVD can be played in a DVD player or on a computer with DVD rewritable devices.