Take KidsPost on vacation with you

Family photo - Riley Morton, 9, and sister Chloe, 6, of Washington took KidsPost with them to the Omni Bedford Springs Resort in Bedford, Pennsylvania. The resort is more than 200 years old and is a historic landmark.

Summer is here! Your family may have a fun vacation planned. KidsPost would like to tag along.

We’re asking readers to participate in “The Summer of Kids­Post.” Here’s all you have to do:

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BETHESDA, MD- APRIL 9:
Kids winner of Peeps contest. Six kids from this Bethesda neighborhood collaborated on the 'What Does the Peep Say?' diorama, a parody on the YouTube sensation 'What Does the Fox Say?'.
Left to right:  Zachary White (9), Zoe White (11), Caroline Roberts-Gaal (12), Lauren Gates (13), Hugo Byrne (9), Zeke White (9).
(Photo by Rebecca Drobis/ For the Washington Post)

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●Go on vacation. It can be someplace as exotic as India or as simple as a nearby water park.

●Take a copy of KidsPost with you. It can be from any day.

●Get someone to take a picture of you (and siblings, cousins, grandparents) holding KidsPost.

●Have one of your parents send it to us at kidspost@washpost.com or KidsPost, The Washington Post, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071. For e-mail, put “Summer of KidsPost” in the subject line.

●Include the full names, ages and home towns of everyone in the photo. Also write a sentence or two about what made your vacation special. We will publish pictures in the newspaper and on kidspost.com this summer.

●Have fun and keep reading Kids­Post!

 
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