This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Astrobrights Papers by Neenah Paper for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
We are now approaching the end of July. Soon, for students and teachers in summer break, their fun in the sand and sun would be shortened. Not necessarily over, since they could still enjoy the sand and sun after school or on weekdays.
However, I hope they will have more fun, in the classroom! Classroom is fun, even though maybe, several people would disagree with me! :) Working with students may be a challenge, but it is so much joy. And the joy is PRICELESS.
Now that there are only a few more weeks of vacation left for most students and teachers, I am sure they are now spending some time preparing for school. Both students and teachers prepare for materials they would need for school. The list of materials include: highlighters, colored markers, sharpener, papers, calculator, and some other tech updated kids, kindle or iPad for their e-textbooks that they no longer have to carry heavy backpacks.
For paper, students love to be different, and they always have different choices of colors. Teachers usually have ready materials for students whenever they do project-based learning. For brilliant, colored papers, AstroBrights papers come in mind. AstroBrights papers come in 23 bright colors and perfect for projects not only at school but also at home or at the office. Right now, AstroBrights run a sweepstakes where you, yes, YOU, can win a cash price and school supplies valued at 30,000 for the school of your choice. Isn't it great to support your local elementary school, or where your kid goes to? I by the way, just entered my chance to win some cash prize and also support our local school.
Aside from the sweepstakes, you can also participate in the family-friendly "Make Something Astrobirght" design challenges and unleash your creativity for a chance to win AstroBrights Paper and other prizes! What projects can you and your kids create? You can make a scrapbook about summer vacation, or create summer book reports, but of course, project ideas are not limited to these two only. Get your projects seen by others by sharing your images or video via Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and other Social Media Channels. If you share via Pinterest or Twitter, please use the hashtag #goastrobrights.