How to Send Your Kid a High Five on TV!
Now accepting submissions for high fives after
CBC Kids isn't just celebrating birthdays anymore.
High Fives is a brand-new segment coming to TV, and your kid could be featured! If your kid has a birthday, or a milestone big or small, send in a photo of your kiddo and let us know the achievement they unlocked that deserves celebration.
Maybe they did a great job with a chore, or were extra kind to a sibling or friend. Or maybe they took out the trash without being asked!
High Fives are a recognition of all the good things going on in your little one's life!
So what are you waiting for? Send a High Five!
Note: All times listed are local and approximate. We recommend tuning in five minutes early.
Weekdays (Monday to Friday)
- 7:54 a.m. (right after Dino Ranch) in all regions except New Brunswick
- 8:24 a.m. in New Brunswick, following Dino Ranch.
Saturdays (right after Jon le Bon)
- 11:38 a.m. in Newfoundland and Labrador
- 11:08 a.m. in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
- 10:08 a.m. in Quebec and Ontario
- 9:08 a.m. in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta
- 7:08 a.m. in British Columbia
- 6:46 a.m. in all regions, right after Becca's Bunch.
Due to broadcast rights and the tremendous number of submissions we receive, we are unable to provide copies of High Five segments.
THE FINE PRINT
Photos must be submitted a minimum of 4 weeks prior to your high five, but no more than 3 months ahead, in order for us to process it for air.
We will not mention your child's last name, location or other identifying information in the broadcast.
High Fives available for children 13 and under.
Please direct any questions or concerns to email@example.com.
Do not include trademarked logos or characters in your photo.
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