The City of Lakewood's letter-writing contest for teens lets participants get their hands on covetable tech prizes like the latest iPhone model, a compact laptop and even their very own portable coding kit.
While today's youth's early exposure to technology can have more negative connotations than positive ones, this writing contest proves that a tech incentive can indeed be educational rather than harmful for kids. The letter-writing contest is open to Lakewood teens and offers prizes that are not only entertaining but also beneficial for learning and development.
Proving that digital devices can be used for learning as well as entertainment, this contest targets connected youth and encourages an educational and productive use of their screen time.
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