$250; $500; $2,500; $5,000—the Clock Is Ticking for Your Chance to Win! Plus Win a Book

Tick, tick, tick…time is winding down for your chance to win gift cards and grants—plus don’t forget that most of us will lose an hour this weekend when Daylight Saving Time begins. (Sorry to remind you of that!) So don’t wait. The time to enter or apply is now!


Post a comment to this blog no later than 11:59 pm EDT on March 20, 2016
, to tell me which of the items below would help you in your classroom. From the comments, I’ll randomly select one teacher to win Peg + Cat: The Pizza Problem.  (Update:  congratulations to Brenda, who is the winner of our prize.)


The deadline for your chance to win a $500 or a $250 Office Depot OfficeMax gift card will be here before you know it. Set a goal for yourself to enter today; then download the free resources—activities, printables, a poster, and more—to help you students be goal-setting stars! The deadline is March 31, 2016, so click here now.


Make veggies and fruits part of your lunchroom activities. If your school participates in the National School Lunch Program, it could be eligible for a $2,500 Project Produce: Fruit and Veggie Grant for Schools to help increase kids’ access to fresh fruits, veggies, and nutrition education. Share the link with your district’s dietary director. Click here.


Got a game-changing idea to advance literacy? Then why not enter for a chance to win a $5,000 grant to make it happen? Better World Books is awarding four grants for projects that address literacy needs of an underserved population and have a long-term impact. The application deadline is April 1, 2016. Click here for details.


Don’t forget to post a comment for your chance to win the book!


Ready to hit the “snooze” button this weekend,


PS: Are you a C-SPAN Classroom member? Then you can get a free 2016 electoral map poster along with lessons and ideas to use the map in your classroom. Sign up here.

7 thoughts on “$250; $500; $2,500; $5,000—the Clock Is Ticking for Your Chance to Win! Plus Win a Book

  1. Did I here you say pizza? What is the problem? Eating pizza, fruit and veggies at the Office Maxe! This will help our brains while we advance great ideas in literacy!

  2. I love the Project Produce: Fruit and Veggie Grant for Schools. This is just the thing to introduce the students to new things and allow them to discover what they like with out someone telling them what to do.

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