For a procrastinator like me, tomorrow often seems like the best time to do something. With this book, tomorrow really IS the time to do something—like being brave, trying something new, being curious, or being adventurous. And you can win this book!
To enter our random drawing, submit a comment letting me know what you’ll be brave about this year. Be serious or silly; all answers are accepted. (Update: Congratulations to Marie, our lucky winner!) Send your comment by Wednesday, January 23 to be entered in our drawing.
Bravely forge ahead and try these super-special freebies. You’ll be glad you did!
Share the joy of reading and inspire conversation with a grant from the NEA Big Read. This month-long community-wide reading program awards grants of $5,000 to $15,000 to schools that partner with a library, museum, or other eligible nonprofit. Get the details at artsmidwest.org/programs/neabigread. Applications close on January 24.
Encourage students to try something new and enter the EngineerGirl Writing Contest. Students write a fictional story about a girl or woman who uses engineering skills to solve a problem. The contest is for grades 3 and up; winners receive cash prizes of up to $500. Entries are due February 1. Enter at engineergirl.org.
I’m vowing to be brave about trying new things, whether it’s a recipe with ingredients I don’t recognize or a book I’m not sure I’ll like. Wish me luck!
PS: The January issue of Learning magazine is in the mail. Sign up for your free subscription here.