Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Thank a teacher for a chance to WIN from Crayola

#sponsored post with Crayola
As the summer winds down and getting back to school supplies,  is at the forefront of our minds, there is a contest that appeals to school age children of all ages!  Crayola has kicked off a student art contest "Thank A Teacher"  
The contest is open now through 8/25/18.  

For official rules, visit

With teacher appreciation in mind, students are encouraged to enter the “Thank A Teacher” contest before August 25 by uploading photos of their handmade teacher thank-you notes.
Upload to for a chance to win grand prizes for your family, teacher and school! 

Ten grand prize packs will be awarded, inclusive of:
  • $10,000 classroom makeover for the teacher
  • One year supply of Crayola products for the school
  • $1,000 scholarship for the student
  • $1,000 gift card for both the teacher and school 
  • Free CreatEd seminar for the school
In addition to the grand prizes, one lucky entrant will have his or her thank you note featured on a special pack of Crayola crayons this holiday. In addition, a weekly sweepstakes will run concurrently with the contest, offering entrants a chance to win $500 gift cards for themselves and their teachers.  The contest and sweepstakes will run through August 25, 2018.

Students can enter daily for a chance to score the weekly cash prize of $500 for themselves and $500 for their favorite teacher. Plus, each thank-you note means a chance to be selected as one of nine finalists to win a grand prize of $10,000 for a classroom makeover. One winning student’s note will also be featured on a box of Crayola crayons.

Crayola is also using the contest to encourage students to get creative with other ways to thank teachers, including thanking a teacher on social media with #CrayolaThanks for a chance to be featured on the contest page.
The ultimate goal of the contest is to reach one million teacher thank-you notes, so that only means one thing: Time to get your favorite Crayola crayons, markers, colored pencils and paints and get creative!

Even though our little one's won't be starting 1st and 4th Grade for a few weeks, they both still wanted to make a note to thank their favorite teachers from last year!

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