It seems like summer just started, and we're already planning for back to school. Jacob has a little over a month until he heads into second grade, and I'm already stocking up on paper, pencils, and everythign else he'll need. Last year, he had a lot of projects that required him to express his creativity in different ways, so I can only imagine what's ahead now that he's getting older! AstroBrights papers are a great way for kids to show off their creative side and stand out a bit from a sea of white papers. They come in 23 different vivid, bold colors that scream "check out my awesome project!"
Of course, AstroBrights are just for school projects–you can use them for just about anything you can imagine! Use them to create bright chore charts that remind you child what tasks they need to complete, create a scrabpook highlighting your favorite memories from the summer, or just let kids draw on them to release some of their creative juices after dealing with a structured environment all day. If you need a little extra help finding inspiration for project ideas, the AstroBrights Get Going! Pinterest page has tons of cool ideas.
Give a Brighter Year Sweepstakes
Enter the Give a Brighter Year Sweepstakes and you could win $30,000 worth of supplies for your favorite school, plus a $500 gift card for yourself. That's a lot of paper, pencils, and crayons (or whatever else the school may need for supplies). Entering is easy, just swing by their Facebook page and click on the sweepstakes tab. Once there, enter your info and you're good to go! You have to be 18 or older to enter (or the legal age of majority in your area if you're in Canada).
I'd love to hear about one of the many ways you would use AstroBrights Papers. Leave me a comment below and give me a little inspiration.