Online Video Contest By DreamBox Learning to Make Families and Schools Big Winners

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DreamBox Learning kicks off its DreamBig Video Contest, where families and classrooms can win $1,000 cash prize. Enter from now until November 30. Winners announced December 15, 2009.

I invite every child to share with us what they want to be when they grow up. The 'Dream Big' contest is part of our commitment to help children succeed and grow for a lifetime

winning, educational software company today announced the kick-off of its "Dream Big" video contest for families and classrooms. Contestants are eligible to win a grand prize of $1,000 in cash or multi-month individual and classroom subscriptions to DreamBox Learning K-2 Math. DreamBox.com is accepting online video submissions now through November 30, 2009 with all entrants receiving a free, one-month trial of their online math adventure program.

The "Dream Big" contest calls on kids to imagine their career dreams and submit a video on what they want to be when they grow up. The videos will be posted on DreamBox.com as well as YouTube, with public voting on the best submissions. In addition to public opinion, DreamBox Learning has appointed a panel of judges to review the most popular submissions and determine prize winners, to be announced on December 15, 2009. Family and classroom contestants are strongly encouraged to have fun and focus on the contest theme rather than video production quality as winners will be judged on content and creativity. Full "Dream Big" contest instructions and rules can be found at http://www.dreambox.com/dreambigvideo.

"I invite every child to share with us what they want to be when they grow up. The 'Dream Big' contest is part of our commitment to help children succeed and grow for a lifetime," said Lou Gray, CEO of DreamBox Learning. "As part of the campaign, we are communicating how math skills play a critical role in virtually every profession. Like our DreamBox Learning K-2 Math product, this contest is all about having fun with a purpose."

While everyone who enters will be rewarded with a free one-month trial of DreamBox Learning K-2 Math, one entry will be chosen to win a grand prize of $1,000. Additionally, five individual entries will be awarded six-month subscriptions to DreamBox Learning K-2 Math valued at $59.99; and three classrooms will win a DreamBox Math Classroom license for the 2009/10 school year, good for up to 24 students, and valued at $1,200.00.

To view and vote for video entries, and read submission guidelines, rules and additional information about the "Dream Big" contest, visit http://www.dreambox.com/dreambigvideo. Teachers who want ideas on how to create a classroom video can learn more at http://www.dreambox.com/classroom_video_contest.

About DreamBox Learning (http://www.dreambox.com/)
DreamBox Learning was founded in 2006 in Bellevue, Washington by world-class technologists, educators, interactive entertainment experts, and entrepreneurs who share a collective vision that every student should have access to an individually tailored, learning experience that is engaging, motivating, and effective. Backed by $7.1 million in angel funding, the company developed a web-based platform for creating effective and individualized online learning products and launched its first adventure-themed product for the home market called DreamBox Learning K-2 Math in early 2009. Both the home-based product and the school-based version, DreamBox Math Classroom, target young students in kindergarten through second grade and are designed to reinforce and teach real math through effective, individualized instruction in an engaging and fun manner. DreamBox Learning K-2 Math is based on NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) recommended math curriculum. More information can be found at http://www.dreambox.com.

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