As you're wrapping up classrooms before holidays, we wanted to express our gratitude for making this a very special first year for Antimatter. To all the teachers out there who have brought Antimatter into their classrooms or celebrated their kids' creations, THANK YOU.
However, our celebration for 2022 is as brief as the paragraph above because we have so much more to do. In January 2023 alone you'll see:
- A brand new design for our desktop experience
- The introduction of our iOS app, which includes the best creation experience that you and your students have ever seen
- New activities on Antimatter where you can separate your students into smaller groups
We say it all the time but that's only because it's true: Antimatter is possible because of the ideas, input and feedback provided by educators like yourself. If you want to be a part of what we're building in 2023, simply reply this email or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for your questions! There's a $25 Amazon Gift Card for anyone who wants to pitch in.
While 2022 is coming to a close, there's still plenty of time to introduce Antimatter to your students. Teachers everywhere like to run end-of-the-semester meme competitions for students to celebrate what they've learned, and there's no better place to do that than Antimatter. For guidance on how to run a meme competition on Antimatter, check out our blog post.
Once again, thank you for making 2022 a very special year for Antimatter. And here's to everything that's to come in 2023 and beyond.