Book-A-Day Giveaway 2022 on Twitter
December 12 – 17, 2022
For five consecutive days beginning on December 12, 2022, The Robertson Program will give away two story books that inspire mathematical learning. The first book will be given to a Twitter follower who “Quote Tweets” the daily giveaway post, tags a friend and shares a storybook that can be used to develop math skills. The second book will be given to the tagged Twitter user.
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On Friday December 17, 2022, an additional two books will be given to two randomly drawn subscribers of the Robertson Program eNewsletter. Subscribe to the Robertson eNewsletter here for a chance to win!
How to win on Twitter
Follow @robertsonprog on Twitter.
Quote Tweet the daily giveaway post.
Suggest a favourite story book that inspires math learning.
Tag a teacher friend on Twitter – they’ll also win!
Entrants must live in Canada or the United States.
Each day, the giveaway will begin when The Robertson Program makes its post on Twitter. The giveaway will conclude each day at 11:59 PST.
A winner will be chosen from the qualifying entrants using an online randomizer.
There is no limit to the number of times a Twitter follower can Quote Tweet the daily giveaway post. Each post will count as a separate entry. For multiple Quote Tweets to be considered by a single user, each Tweet must include:
The title of a unique story book that inspires math learning.
A single Twitter user who can only be tagged once per day.
Each day of the giveaway will be independent of one another. Entrants may tag the same friend each day.
The winner will be announced on Twitter the following day.
The winner will also be contacted by The Robertson Program through private message to arrange shipping details.
Using children’s literature to teach math increases achievement, vocabulary and overall interest throughout the elementary years. It deepens conceptual understanding, triggers extended talk about math, enhances numeracy and reasoning, reduces math anxiety and builds a positive attitude toward mathematics.