Rayovac Teachers Bring Science to Life Contest

"Ms. Mommy is the best teacher on the planet because she helps me all the time."

Gulp.  That's one of the comments I got from one of our Tigers the first year we started homeschooling.  And talk about a mix of emotions, this made me smile, cry, love, and tremble at the responsibility!  Yet, I know how important a teacher can be to a child.

The years our children were in traditional school (both private and public - yes, we've done it all! :) We were fortunate enough to have awesome teachers for each child each year.

So I have big shoes to fill! :)

What's your teacher story?  Does your child have an extraordinary teacher?  Now, you can do something for that teacher to give back!

Rayovac has partnered with Steve Spangler Science for the Teachers Bring Science to Life Contest!  You can nominate your favorite teacher!

Now for Steve Spangler Science himself -

Watch Steve Spangler invite you to enter the Rayovac Teachers Bring Science to Life Contest!

May 2-6th, 2011 is Teacher Appreciation Week!   It's no better time than now to show teachers how much they are appreciated.  Rayovac has partnered with Steve Spangler Science to host the Teachers Bring Science to Life Contest:
  • Students, parents and administrators have the opportunity to nominate an amazing K-6 educator for a chance to win one of three all-expense paid trips to Steve Spangler’s Science in the Rockies July 6-8, 2011 – an intensive three-day, hands-on science training held in Denver, CO offering creative science integration strategies. Teachers can even nominate themselves for this unique experience!
  • Teachers and those that would like to recognize an extraordinary teacher can enter and submit an essay (up to 300-words) telling why the teacher nominee would benefit from winning!
  • three nominators of the three winning teachers with a $100 gift card to a major retailer :) So get nominating will ya! :) 

Who is your favorite teacher?  Who is your child's favorite teacher? Let's enter them to win! :)

Warmly,  Carolina Mama

1 comment:

MountainMan said...

This is a wonderful thing to do for teachers. We need not take them for granted for sure.