I can’t even believe it, friends, but (gulp!) school is around the corner.
And before we know it, our schedules will be kicked into high gear. Afternoons and evenings will be filled with homework, activities, projects, meetings, and more, and our lazy days of summer will be a quickly fading memory.
But guess what?
There are a ton of apps out there that can really simplify your life and make your kids’ screen time more productive. Really.
And to get an early jump on the back to school rush, I’ll be chatting about these apps and more on twitter this week. And I want you to join me!
On Thursday July 23 at 8pm ET, join the #BTSTech chat and learn some great tips for how technology can simplify your life as your kids head back to school.
Here’s the skinny. . .
Smart Apps for Busy Families–Get Ready for Back to School! #BTSTech chat
We’ll be giving away some great prizes, too, this week, but first, RSVP below. Then you’ll be entered to win an Early Bird prize. Woot!
And even more prizes will be awarded during the Twitter event itself. I am so very excited, my friends.
We’ll be chatting about how technology can simplify parents’ lives in the back to school season. We’ll also be chatting about:
- how technology affects parenting;
- how to monitor and keep your kids safe online;
- the best apps to use for kids and parents, and much more!
Because everyone wants life a bit more simple and everyone could use a few new tricks in their back pockets!
Twitter! (http://twitter.com) #BTSTech
Thursday, July 23 at 8 pm Eastern / 7 pm Central / 5 pm Pacific
- Before the event, rsvp below
- On 7.23.15, log onto twitter
- Follow the hashtag #BTSTech
- Tweet, re-tweet (RT), and tweet some more!
- Optional: Share YOUR fave photos, tips, tricks, and ideas for how technology can make our lives easier when it comes to back to school!
- Open to US residents only.
- Before, during and after the Twitter Party, we’ll be giving away French Toast School Uniforms!
BEFORE the Twitter Party:
- 1 Early Bird Prize Winner who RSVPs and tweets about #BTSTech will win a free school uniform for his/her child (1 top & 1 bottom) AND a $50 Visa Gift Card for back to school supplies.
DURING the Twitter Party:
- 5 Winners each will win a free school uniform for his/her child (1 top & 1 bottom).
- 1 Grand Prize winner will win a year’s worth of school uniforms AND a $100 Visa Gift Card for back to school supplies.
AFTER the Twitter Party:
- Stay tuned for an additional giveaway post for another giveaway prize of a year’s worth of school uniforms.
Helpful hints for twitter events:
- use tweetchat (http://tweetchat.com/room/BTSTech) to make it easier for you
- visit the panelists’ sites and bring questions, comments or concerns to the event
- visit our Twitter event how-to for answers to your Twitter event questions.
- make sure you are following the hosts so you don’t miss a beat!
We look forward to chatting with you on Thursday, July 23th, and we are psyched to connect with you!
Do your kids wear school uniforms?
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RSVP and Tweet Now
If you will be joining the party, RSVP below and Tweet now with #BTSTech and you’ll be entered to win a free school uniform for your child (1 top & 1 bottom).
[Tweet “I’ll be at #BTSTech Smart Apps for Busy Families Twitter Party w @FrenchToastcom July 23, 8pm ET”]
We’ll also send you an email reminder the day of the party.
Add your Twitter Handle below:
Example Link Text: @5minutesformom
Example URL: https://twitter.com/5minutesformom
fyi: I’m being compensated for my role as a Twitter Party panelist by French Toast, but as always, my opinions are all my own, influenced only by my experience as a parent and educator.