While everyone else uses plain white paper for various activities, I've always used colorful paper. Whether it was for lesson planning as a teacher, handing in reports as a student, and even now for painting and crafts with my toddler- we always have a rainbow of colored paper to choose from!
AstroBrights papers come in 23 colors that truly stand out. They are great for any project and will definitely get you noticed! Right now they are hosting a "Give a Brighter Year" sweepstakes where you can win a cash prize and $30,000 worth of supplies for the school of your choice. With school budgets dwindling and teachers struggling to provide adequate supplies for their students, this is an awesome opportunity to give back to your community. As a teacher, I know firsthand how frustrating it can be to develop a lesson with a limited budget.
To participate in the "Make Something Astrobright" challenge, simply create and share your projects with pictures and video. You can share on Pinterest or Twitter using the hashtag #goastrobrights. Show them how you get organized and ready for back to school. Some great ideas are: PTA meeting flyers, after school chore chart, book reports, and more!