The winter parade BookWidgets teacher contest

And the winner is …

The votes are in and counted for! With a combined total of 720 votes, you have chosen the 3 winning teachers with their winter activities. You can find the activities below and in our public blog folder, ready to share them with your students.

The Winners

Save Christmas!
Find the nice list

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Dražena Potočki Math teacher at the Novska elementary School, Croatia

The game is a Christmas escape room game. It is designed for children of all ages. It can be done individually or in teams, in the classroom, or from a distance. After reading the introductory story, the player tackles various challenges that allow them to complete the game.

The amazing dangerous hiking tour

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Ilse Provoost Science teacher at the Heilig-Hart College Secundary school in Halle, Belgium

This eduscape is about 5 friends who go into the mountains during their winter vacation. They are searching for a mysterious yeti. Can you complete the journey? Good luck!

A Christmas Quest

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Charissa Jeurissen Language teacher at the Sint-Ursula-Instituut secondary school, Belgium

This activity is a quest. The Grinch has stolen the Christmas decorations, food, and presents. He also abducted Santa. The students need to show their knowledge about Christmas to save the day!

Thanks to your votes, these teachers win:

  • A BookWidgets license for the entire school for 1 complete year (worth $1750)
  • A two-hour step-by-step digital BookWidgets teacher training for beginners (Up to 30 teachers worth $200) in English, Spanish, Dutch, French, or German.

Remember, you can create your own activities with BookWidgets as well. So get started, and maybe, you will win next time.

Winter activity

Take a look at the combined winter activity and share it with your students. Just share the link to the widget. In this fun winter activity, your students have to follow the footprints in the snow and engage in 6 different winter challenges (created by our top 5 contest participants), including a winter quiz.

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Honorable mentions

We’ve had so many good submissions! That’s why we’d like to give a shoutout to Kenny Braeckevelt, Leona Mason, Kaat De Moor, Lotte Robberecht, Megan Rice, and Sacha Vanderbeke, and Laurent Herman. All their widgets will be shared with you as well. You can find them in our public blog folder, along with the widgets of the 5 nominees. You can share the widgets with your students, and even make changes if needed.


All 5 nominees have been judged based on judges’ determination of cleverness, wittiness, BookWidgets skillset, and creativity.

This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter.

Your personal information will not be used outside the context of this contest, and will be deleted after the contest is over. Whether you “like” our Facebook Page or not, this will not be used when choosing the winner. We will only count the votes on the submitted activities.

The organizer reserves the right to suspend or revoke the contest at any time in any jurisdiction if forced to do so for legal reasons or for compelling self-regulatory reasons, without any right to compensation or concessions of the participants.