basis, but opinions are my own.
- The contest runs through March 14, 2014 and to participate, teachers must submit a brief explanation and image of the creative concepts. To access the application, “like” the H&R Block Dollars & Sense Facebook page.
- Submissions should be square image, minimum size 650×650 pixels, with description of math and research utilized to create the example of the size of $1 billion.
- There are three prize categories: Elementary School, Middle School and High School and each level will be awarded a Grand Prize ($3,000 grant), 2nd place ($2,000 grant) and 3rd place ($1,000 grant).
- The first 50 entering educators will receive a $50 gift card.
online resource for lesson plans, professional development resources, grants
and contests for teachers, to select the finalists and help encourage
participation. H&R Block will select the grand prize winners.
Entries will be evaluated based on accuracy
The contest is open to teachers and
Each participant can submit up to eight
educators and students with personal finance curriculum and resources to
increase financial literacy among teens. What spurred all this? Check out the new
H&R Block commercial here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3tlVzjcQiA
I am so excited to be co-hosting a Twitter party! You can win one of five $200 bank gift cards! Check out the details below.When: Tuesday, March 11, at 12p ET / 11a CT / 9a PT
We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #HowBigIsABillion hashtag to track the
conversation. You can see the details and RSVP via this Twtvite: http://twtvite.com/howbigisabillionHashtag: #HowBigIsABillionPrizes: We will
randomly award five prizes throughout the party, from all eligible
correct responses to trivia questions. Each consists of a $200 bank gift card. (No purchase necessary. Entrants must be legal
residents of the United States, 18 years of age or older.)
Hosts: @theMotherhood, @theMotherhood25, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann, @HRBlock
Your fellow co-hosts:
Alicia, Making Time for Mommy – @aliciamarie112