Astrobrights Papers, the market leader in high-quality, brightly colored paper, has launched a new collection of colorful organizational tools and decor for the classroom.Read More
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Astrobrights has launched its second annual search for the nation's Brightest Teacher. The contest gives parents, students, peers and family a chance to nominate a deserving teacher to receive a $5,000 classroom makeover.Read More
A favorite among Bright Mind, April McNair's kids to research is penguins. Sarah Aspinall, the author of this very colorful book, Penguins Love Colors, has a thing for penguins too. She also has a thing for color. April is sharing a template to accompany Penguins Love Colors and it is the perfect craft to complete during winter research, penguin research, and/or color recognition activities.Read More
Bright Mind, Reagan Tunstall loves teaching kids about veterans and the sacrifices they make for our freedom. The challenge of course is to keep up with learning goals while also finding time to make these decorations for their school. She's excited to share a fun math activity today that can both help decorate for Veterans Day as well as provide targeted learning too.Read More
Alpharetta, GA (July 25, 2016) – ASTROBRIGHTS® Papers, the market leader in high-quality, brightly-colored paper, is helping students and teachers get back-to-school ready with a new line of products. Seven new items, available at Walmart, offer...Read More
Brightest Teacher, a nationwide program to recognize a teacher who has gone above and beyond to project brightness into the lives of others, has launched. Through May 1, parents, students and peers can submit their recommendation for a deserving teacher on ColorizeYourClassroom.com.Read More
Michelle Spigner, an AP biology teacher at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina is the Grand Prize winner of the Astrobrights’® 2015 Colorize™ Your Classroom. The program tasks teachers to submit original projects that demonstrate how color can help overcome common problems in the classroom. Spigner’s winning entry used color to help her students understand and retain complex biology processes.Read More