8/9/14

Back To Homeschool Giveaway from Schoolhouse Review Crew

I’m participating in the Back to Homeschool Blog Hop next week. Join me each day as I write about planning and planners, sharing some of my favorite products and discussing 1st Day of School Traditions! Check out the products we’re giving away.  I’ve used many of these in my homeschool so feel free to post a question on my Facebook page, leave a question in the comments or just shoot me an email. I’d be happy to share my experience! 

Several members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew have joined forces during our August Back to Homeschool Blog Hop to bring you these incredible giveaways, totaling more than $1300 in homeschool curriculum and PayPal cash!

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Grand Prize Giveaway

In the Grand Prize  Giveaway, someone will win $765 in curriculum, plus $150 in PayPal cash to help you finish up your homeschool shopping! You could win all of the following. Please click on the prize links to learn more about each product.  From Home School Adventure Co. -- Philosophy Adventure--Pre-Socratics and Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal (digital editions) From Diana Waring Presents -Experience History Through Music From Writing with Sharon Watson - The Power in Your Hands: Writing NonFiction in High School and Writing Fiction [in High School] From Homeschool Legacy -- Westward Ho I & Westward Ho II Once-a-Week Unit Studies From The Old Schoolhouse Magazine -- One-Year Membership to SchoolhouseTeachers.com From Shining Dawn Books -- Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Bundle (Charlotte Mason Homeschooling, Loving Living Math, Grammar Packets, and Creative Nature Walks) From Memoria Press -- Latina Christiana I Set From Excelerate Spanish -- Excelerate SPANISH DVD Lessons 1-6 From WriteShop -- Winner's Choice of WriteShop Primary Book A, B, or C (Teacher's Guide + Activity Pack) From New Millennium Girl Books -- Isabel Writing Bundle  From Write Bonnie Rose -- Asia: It's People and History From Home School in the Woods -- Project Passport: The Middle Ages  From NotebookingPages.com -- Lifetime Treasury Membership From Victus Study Skills System -- Victus Study Skills Student Workbook & Teacher Edition Bundle From the Schoolhouse Review Crew bloggers -- $150 PayPal Cash

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2nd Prize Giveaway

In the 2nd Prize Giveaway, someone will win $325 in curriculum, plus $100 in PayPal cash to help you finish up your homeschool shopping! You could win all of the following. Please click on the prize links to learn more about each product.  From Home School Adventure Co. -- Philippians in 28 Weeks, The Wise Woman with Literary Analysis Question, and The Wise Woman Print Set (digital editions) From Writing with Sharon Watson -- Jump In: a workbook for reluctant and eager writers From Home School in the Woods -- K-2 Lap-Pak: Knights From Write Bonnie Rose -- Printables Bundle (Writing Prompts About Space Bonus Pack; Revolutionary War Activities: Patriotic Copywork; Revolutionary War Activities for Kids: Puzzles, Games, and Quizzes; Praying Through the Produce Aisle; Summer Olympics and Paralympics Unit Study) From Excelerate Spanish -- Excelerate SPANISH DVD Lessons 1-6 From Memoria Press -- Prima Latina Text Set From New Millennium Girl Books -- Callie's Contest of Courage Mid grade novel and Callie's Contest of Courage Literature Guide From The Old Schoolhouse Magazine -- One-Year Membership to SchoolhouseTeachers.com From the Schoolhouse Review Crew bloggers -- $100 PayPal Cash

 

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5 comments:

  1. I've been homeschooling for six years. This year I hope to make my oldest two more independent so that I will be ready to start my youngest in K next year.

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  2. I've been homeschooling 18+ years. I have one graduate and three more to go. My goal this year is to get my next two reading more independently.

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  3. I could have it sent to my parents, right? And I have a California ID card, so I suppose I'm technically sort of a U.S. resident! This would be awesome...

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  4. Oh, I forgot to say how long I've homeschooled (17, 14, 13, 11, or 10 years, depending on what one counts...my oldest will be 17 in September, 14 years ago we did NOT send her to preschool like all of the other children her age in Germany, 13 years ago I started using Sonlight preschool with her, 11 years ago she "could" have started school in Germany, and 10 years ago was when she was legally required to start school and didn't) and what our goals are... Goals are harder! I think my main goal is that I want my 9yo to start enjoying "schoolwork" more, and to be more cooperative. I also need to spend more intentional time with 6yo and 4yo. Things are going pretty well with 12yo, and 17yo and 15yo are doing their stuff completely independently.)

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  5. I have homeschooled for 12 years and am going to focus on getting a good high school foundation in place for my grade 9 student this year.

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