Summer Learning Pinterest Sweepstakes 2016
Summer vacation is the highlight of every student’s year; but just because class is out doesn’t mean that students should stop learning. In fact, 90 percent of students in the United States are at risk for summer learning loss, with most losses being in math and spelling. In an effort to avoid summer learning loss, we’re sharing tips and tricks to ensure that your students are better prepared when they return to school in the fall.
As you read about summer learning opportunities for your child on Learning Liftoff, be sure to take advantage of our Summer Learning Sweepstakes for the chance to receive a $200 Amazon gift card plus a one year subscription to LearnBop, a self-paced, online math program for 3rd–12th graders. Three lucky winners will be randomly selected from the qualified entries.
Just follow these steps to enter Learning Liftoff’s Summer Learning Sweepstakes, and use the form below to submit your entry.
How to Enter:
Step 2: Create a Summer Learning Pinterest board and pin your favorite articles from Learning Liftoff’s broad selection, including ideas for preventing summer learning loss. Your board must include at least five pins from Learning Liftoff, but you are welcome to pin more, or even pin from additional sources. Use the hashtag #summerlearning and #sweepstakes in the description for each pin.
Step 3: You must submit your board’s URL using the form below by July 8, 2016, in order to be entered for a chance to win.
Step 4: Improve your odds by sharing with your friends! For every friend who enters from your unique link, you’ll get another entry in the sweepstakes.
Sarah Mills is a contributing writer for Learning Liftoff. She mentored and instructed kindergarten through high school-aged students throughout her college years and eventually went on to live and work in Yosemite National Park for a stint. Reading, writing, adventuring, and anything Harry Potter are some of Sarah’s favorite go-to activities.
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