MY TREE HOUSE’S ECO STORYTELLING CONTEST

In the lead up to World Environment Day 2020, CDL and the National Library Board (NLB) jointly organised My Tree House’s Eco Storytelling Contest for children from 3 to 12 years of age. The inaugural contest aimed to promote family bonding through storytelling during the circuit breaker period, as well as to encourage young eco champions and their families to develop their love for nature and to take action to protect the planet.

We hope the world will hear our children’s love for our planet and their actions to protect Mother Earth through a special video titled “We Love our Planet – Voices of our Children”.


Nathaniel Eng, 3½ years old


Take a moment to watch our video and be inspired to make small changes in the way we live, work and play. Produced by CDL and 2019 CDL E-Generation winner and award-winning filmmaker Ang Qing Sheng, “We Love Our Planet – Voices of our Children” captures some of the best clips from the winners and finalists of My Tree House’s Eco Storytelling Contest.

Winners

It was a tough job to select the winners and here is a big “THANK-YOU” to our panel of judges, Ms Raneetha Rajaratnam from the National Library BoardDr Audrey Chia from NUS Business School; Ms Kamini Ramachandran from MoonShadow Stories and The Storytelling Centre Limited; Ms Rachel Kelly from SPH Radio; and Ms Esther An from CDL.

Congratulations to all our winners. Click on the hyperlinks to view their impressive performances.

Family

Ranking Teams Story
1 Team Teng Earth Avengers “The Giving Tree” by Shel Silverstein
2 Team Tally “Saving Tally: An Adventure into the Great Pacific Plastic Patch” by Serena Lane Ferrari
3 The Awesome Foursome “The Woodcutter and the Forest”, an Aesop’s fable
4 (draw) ADWTkids “My Pet Turtle” [original storyline]
4 (draw) Fan-Tan-stic “Captain Green and the Plastic Scene” by Evelyn Bookless

Preschool

Ranking Contestant Story
1 Cayden Chong “I Love the Earth” by Todd Parr
2 Joy Chan “Earth Day, Birthday!” by Maureen Wright
3 Kayan Lee “Shadow’s Lucky Escape” by Susan Hassard and Trevor Hassard
4 (draw) Sibyl Low Si Suan “The Rubbish Ball” [original storyline]
4 (draw) Charlotte Leow “The Amazing Planet Earth” by Scott Emmons

Lower Primary

Ranking Contestant Story
1 Jensen Si Zhen Yi “We Love Our Planet” [original storyline]
2 Yazhini Sivaprakash “The Water Princess” by Susan Verde
3 Bilaal Velliyattil Sheheen “Angry Earth” [original storyline]
4 Lahari “Miss Fox’s Class Goes Green” by Eileen Spinelli
5 Raihanudeen “I Love My Planet” [original storyline]

Upper Primary

Ranking Contestant Story
1 Nafeesah binte Mohammed Hadi “Global Warming and Us” [original storyline]
2 Kyra Seow Kai Hui “The Mermaid” [original storyline]
3 Muhammad Arshad “Unsustainable Fishing” [original storyline]
4 Afiyah binte Abd Rahman “My Mother Earth” [original storyline]
5 Cheryl Teo Xin Nin “Natalie’s Horror Experience by the Beach” [original storyline]