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Win Neenah Astrobrights Paper!


Our weekly giveaway for this week is sponsored by Neenah! They are giving away 3 awesome prize packs of the happiest paper. The first winner will get a box with 5 different reams of Astrobrights Paper. The second winner will get a ream of warm colors and the third winner will get a ream of cool colors. Here’s why their paper is so great:

-Trouble-free performance in all laser and inkjet devices.
-Acid-free stock provides excellent fade resistance.
-This product was made from wood that came from a certified managed forest.
-The best and brightest designer colors!

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Leave a comment on this post telling us how you’d use your astrobright paper!

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We’ll pick 3 winners using and announce them on Monday, September 16th! Good luck!

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161 Responses to Win Neenah Astrobrights Paper!

  1. Cathy Carroll says:

    As an autistic support teacher, I need to gather lots of data about my students’ academic performance. Having the ability to print their written work on different colored paper will make it much easier to separate the work I need to keep to document their data!

  2. Jennie says:

    I would use the paper for art projects since my students only have art less than an hour a week and we have no full time art teacher, just a day to day sub who passes out coloring pages instead of doing real art.

  3. Sherl Bastien says:

    my grandson just started Pre-K this year. I am sure his teacher would have some amazing projects for the whole class