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Earn a Surface Tablet For Your Child’s School for FREE with Bing Rewards! #AdFreeSearch

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This post was sponsored by Bing. All thoughts are genuinely my own.

Having a Kindergartener is full of new experiences. One of those experiences is watching him learn how to use a computer, both for fun and for school homework.

Those learning experiences also come with a learning curve.

Since learning how to use a computer, things often get moved around, clicked on and before we know it there are a million ads popping up on our computer. It’s frustrating for us as parents, but it’s even more frustrating and distracting for my child when all he wants to do is his homework and there are a bunch of ads coming up asking him to click.

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This is why I’m so excited to learn about the #adfreesearch initiative from Bing to remove all ads from the classroom!

Bing in the Classroom removes ads and blocks searches from being used for personalized advertising for all Bing searches done through the school’s network, making Bing the only major search engine to provide a search offering tailored specifically for the classroom.

 

Support Your Child’s School With The Bing Reward Program

The Bing Rewards program allows you to earn credits towards Surface tablets for a school of your choice simply by signing up and searching with Bing.

Bing makes it easy to see how many rewards credits a school has earned and you can also search zip codes to see how many other people are contributing!

Click here to support your child’s school with Bing Rewards!

  1. Simply click on the “Find your school” map in the lower right corner of the page.
  2. Enter your school’s zip code and select the name of your school via the dropdown menu and select “find”
  3. Select the “Support your school” section and click on the Try it now, FREE! section.
  4. Create a Microsoft account and stay signed in as you search to earn Bing credits!

I’m very excited to see Andrew move up into first grade and it makes me relieved as a parent to know that he has such valuable tools at school. It makes me even more relieved to know that I don’t have to worry about what is popping up in his search results at school.

Let’s help our children have a better learning experience with Bing in the Classroom!

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Amanda

Hi! I'm Amanda, a Kansas City Lifestyle Blogger, mom of two little people, social media addict, travel junkie with a slight obsession to baking and fitness.

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