Get Creative! Win One of Three Books from Workman Publishing

If you ask me, Halloween is the most creative holiday. There are few rules and lots of opportunities to have some fun (not to mention chances to eat candy!). To celebrate that creativity, we’re giving away an exciting new book from Workman Publishing. Go: A Kidd’s Guide to Graphic Design introduces the ideas of color, typography, and more to students ages 10 and up. The book’s author, Chip Kidd, has worked on more than 1,000 book covers and walks kids through the idea that they make design decisions every day. It’s a great read for adults too! (Update: congratulations to Kari, Sherry, and Gloria, who were our winners.)


To enter our contest, submit a comment to our blog to let us know which of this week’s fun freebies grabs your attention. Submit your comment by 11:59 PM ET on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, to be entered in our drawing. Three lucky teachers will win!


You’ll find dozens of uses for Wikki Stix one-of-a-kind creatables. The new Multi Sensory Resource is designed to build fine-motor skills, encourage nonverbal expression, and allow for kinesthetic learning. The product was designed with input from special education teachers and occupational therapists to meet students’ needs. Learn more at and use code LMS30 to save!


If your goal is to keep creativity in the curriculum, then take a look at the free resources available from the Champion Creatively Alive Children series from Crayola. Download guides, videos, handouts, and presentations. It’s all at


Show off the creative artwork and writing in your class by publishing a class book with Studentreasures! Sign up for your free kit now; then, if you publish in December, you’ll be entered in the $100-a-Day Giveaway. Click here to get started!


Submit your comments now for a chance at our prize!


17 thoughts on “Get Creative! Win One of Three Books from Workman Publishing

  1. I like the wikki sticks! As a preschool teacher it gives my class a chance to be creative as well as helping them with their fine motor’

  2. I love them all…Wikki sticks are a great resource to have in the class for many activities, but the GO book looks great as well.

  3. I would really like to win the Multi-Sensory Resource to use with my multiple disabilities special education class. We would have so much fun!

  4. I have such creative kids this year and they love writing stories. How cool would it be to teach them about creating book covers for their stories? I would love to win a copy of this book!

  5. Crayola is just such a staple. No other color company can compare. This is how I know. I bought a few packs of Crayola crayons, colored pencils and markers for the class to share. Each night as I pick up the floor I find all the other brands on the floor not the Crayola. The other brands get thrown in the trash , not the Crayola.

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