There could be a new iPad® —or 10!—in your future
Enter the ‘Tell Us Your DreamBox Story’ Video Contest now!
At DreamBox, we believe every child can learn to be a mathematician. And the stories we hear every day about the incredible progress kids make when they get into DreamBox confirms that belief. Parents, teachers, and learners let us know how much they love the DreamBox experience. It’s a way to ‘get’ math that boosts their confidence and raises achievement in a way that’s cool, fun, and makes learning an adventure.
Have a great DreamBox story? Shoot a video and enter to win.
Why do you love DreamBox? Tell us your personal DreamBox story on camera. Create a simple, self-produced camcorder or mobile phone video about yourself, your child, students, classroom, or school, post it to our “Tell Us Your DreamBox Story” Video Contest Facebook page anytime between Wednesday, May 14, 2014 and Friday June 20, 2014, and you could be our next big winner. No need to make a big production of it – just ‘keep it real.’
Get those votes in and you may get a new iPad. Or 10!
If your video gets the most ‘likes’ on Facebook and you’re a parent or student, you can win a new Apple iPad and iPad cover – and if you’re a school educator, you can win up to 10 iPads and iPad covers for the classroom of your choice! Make sure to get votes by being ‘liked’ on Facebook—get everyone you know to vote for your video entry. Voting closes on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 (limit 1 vote per person).
Check out the winning video from Elizabeth Scott Elementary School in Chester, Virginia from last year’s ‘Tell Your DreamBox Story’ Video Contest. It’s a rocking great story from inspired and inspiring teachers and learners.
Check out the winning video that scored 10 new iPads!
Here are some other outstanding submissions from our previous contest:
- Chaska Elementary School (Chaska, Minnesota)
- Randolph Lower School (Huntsville, Alabama)
- Allendale Elementary (Arvada, Colorado)
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