Write for us!

Write on something you feel passionate about!  We are looking for good articles about education to publish on our website and newsletter.  Although we will consider any topic, the following themes are of special interest:

  • Test taking skills
  • Useful tips and tricks
  • Product reviews from real world experience
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Hands-on activities
  • Classroom management
  • Classroom decoration
  • Community news and projects
  • Educational parenting tips

The article should be geared towards parents and/or educators of children anywhere from early childhood through high school.  All articles should be approximately 500 words.  It is best to avoid using slang or idioms that might not be understood by all readers.  Be careful when referring to dates or events in the future, as there could be elapsed time between submission and publishing.

Please send all article submissions to editor@schoolbox.com.  The e-mail should also contain a brief description of your background, as well as your complete contact information.  If your article is chosen, we will contact you before going to print.  Besides being published and the almost certain personal fame that will most likely result, all writers will receive a $35 School Box Gift Card for any article published.

The tremendously fascinating legal-speak:  Submission does not obligate The School Box to use or publish any submitted entry.  All articles are subject to editorial changes.  All federal, state and local laws and regulations apply.  Entrant certifies that any submitted writing is an original, unpublished work that will not infringe on the privacy or intellectual property rights of any third party.   Entrant grants to The School Box worldwide, nonexclusive, royalty-free license to edit, publish and republish at any time Entrant’s submitted writing, in any and all media for any lawful purpose without further permission, notice or compensation.

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5 responses to “Write for us!

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  2. Raedeane Nelson

    What a wonderful service, especially to launch during the summer when students and teachers have more time to peruse the offerings. I plan to revamp and submit some of the better letters I have sent to parents of my tutoring clients for study techniques for memorization and critical thinking skills.

  3. Harriet Kellys

    Hi . I have a wonderful project that is fun, engaging, time-consuming and accomplished a number of tasks and objectives. This project can be modified to fit various grade levels and subject area. It is an excellent project for sumer school or at any time during the school year. I use it to decorate the classroom and give a special incentive to unruly students. The Old “Collage”. You simply have students cut out, bring in, however, numerous pictures of subjects;ie.- music celebrities. Arrange them on large poster or construction paper. glue them down and, Voila! – Instant room decorations, writing prompts, student work display; etc.. The ideas are endless and as I said , very engaging to students.

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