'Goodest kid' video could win holiday shopping spree

Top prize is $5,000

Published On: Dec 05 2012 02:56:08 PM EST   Updated On: Dec 05 2012 02:58:36 PM EST
ORLANDO, Fla. -

Has Nathan or Madison been good this year?

A new family of online sites -- YoYo, Afterschool and Bookworm.com -- are putting kids to the test, 21st century style.

The sites are launching a search for what has been billed as the "Goodest" kid.

Parents are asked to submit a "short video" of their child "boasting about their abundant good deeds" to score a $5,000 Ultimate Holiday Shopping Spree.  Ten runners-up will receive a $100 gift card.

The contest is for children from the ages of 3 to 12.  The theme is easy enough: they just have to talk about how they have been good this year and/or why they deserve the title of The "Goodest" Kid.

The video must be less than two minutes and under 80 MB . Kids are asked to put together a wish list from the three sites (one from each site).

You have until December 16.

For more information go to thegoodestkid.com.