ReadTheory Celebrates Knowledge Week!

Beginning March 1st, ReadTheory will be hosting a daily competition to see which class can earn the most knowledge points each day! We’ll have daily winners and our grand prize will go to the highest point total for the whole week.

Want to read some legal mumbo-jumbo about the competition rules? Keep reading!

Terms and conditions of the giveaway organized by ReadTheory.org for the week of 3/1/21 – 3/7/21

Contest Organizer: The promoter and organizer of the give-away is ReadTheory.org. The way to contact the organizer is via email at support@readtheory.org

Mechanics: Participants will be required to fill in a form linked from our Twitter feed (@ReadTheory) and to post a supplied graphic from their Twitter account with the tag of @readtheory and hashtag of #KnowledgeWeek during the period established for the contest.

Established Periods: Daily Submissions for competitions will be accepted on the day of the competition until 10:00 AM EST the following day. Winners will be announced at 12:00 PM EST the following day for daily competition. Submissions for the weekly competition must be received by 12:00 PM on 3/6. The winner will be announced at 12:00 PM EST on 3/8. 

Prize: The prize consists of a gift card of $20 USD for each daily competition and a grand prize of $50 USD for the weekly winner. A random sweepstakes will be performed among all participants who comply with these terms and conditions.

ReadTheory.org reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of this contest as it sees fit.

ReadTheory Staff, Reading and Writing, Improved
Written by ReadTheory Staff, Reading and Writing, Improved

5 replies on “Knowledge Week Competitions!”


Natália Valaci says:


Couldn´t find the competition link on your twitter page. I was not on twitter and just entered so my students could participate in the competition. Maybe that´s why I wasn´t able to locate it. Sorry! Would you be able to send it to me through e-mail? I only found the link that sent me to this blog post. Should I just post my class points certificate on twitter with the hashtags to participate?

Thank you!
Natália Valaci

Sean M says:

Greetings! We just set the monday link live on Twitter. Check it out here: https://twitter.com/ReadTheory/status/1366388281840181249?s=20

My power level is over 9000 on read theory!

Jan says:


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