Math, Reading, and Bible Prize Pack Giveaway

Could you use some free math and reading resources for your homeschool? How about a fun board game that is not only exciting for the whole family but also teaches Biblical history and reinforces important spiritual truths? If you answered yes, don’t miss this fun prize pack giveaway worth $549. One winner will win a 12-month family membership to CTC Math, a copy of The Reading Game, the Kings of Israel board game, and the Math Mammoth Light Blue Series CD (Grades 1-7 A). Plus, two additional winners will win a copy of The Reading Game. Get all of the details and enter below!

This homeschool giveaway is brought to you by the Homeschool Blogging Connection team. We will have one grand prize winner who will receive a copy of each prize. That’s worth a total of $549! We will also have two additional winners for The Reading Game. Isn’t that exciting? The giveaway will remain open until April 30th at 11:59 p.m.

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Prize: CTC Math Curriculum 12 month family membership Value: $297

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CTC Math Curriculum provides a complete on-line learning experience and each lesson teaches as much as an entire school math lesson in an average of just 5 minutes! The family membership is appropriate for all ages.

  • 1,367 animated and narrated math lessons
  • A bank of over 57,000 interactive questions
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Instant feedback to students and regular reporting to parents
  • Algebra, statistics, geometry, trigonometry, probability plus more
  • Your online math tutor

Prize: The Reading Game – Value: $34.95 (3 winners!)

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The Reading Game includes six beautifully illustrated story books, six decks of matching playing cards, & a Teacher and Parent’s Guide. The Reading Game is appropriate for all children learning to read.

  • Your child can be reading in a week with “The Reading Game”!
  • It starts with a simple fast action-memory card game that teaches five words at a time.
  • Picture flashcards reinforce words learned through game play with simple phrases and introduce capitalization and punctuation.
  • Each of the content rich stories is told using only the 30 words learned through game play.
  • This staged learning format ensures success and no frustration – and builds confidence and enjoyment
    in reading!
  • On completing the series, the student has a reading vocabulary of 180 words, many of them Dolch and High Frequency words and will have successfully read six storybooks all on their own.
  • The Reading Game was created by “Wordly Wise” author Kenneth Hodkinson.

Prize: King Of Israel Board Game – Value $49.99

 

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Funhill Games is offering one winner the King of Israel Board Game. This Biblical board game is fun for the whole family and educational at the same time. The King of Israel Board Game is labeled for ages 14 and up, however younger children can play the game with assistance.

  • Kings of Israel is a cooperative game that places two to four players in the role of prophets struggling to save their nation from threats both internal and external.
  • Kings of Israel is a board game taking place in Israel (the Northern Kingdom) during the reign of its kings up until Israel’s destruction by Assyria.
  • Players are on a team and each person represents a line of prophets that are trying to remove evil and idols from Israel, while building altars to help guide Israel in the upcoming difficult years.
  • If the players are able to build enough altars before the game ends, they win.
  • If the group runs out of sin cubes or idols, or if the timeline token reaches Assyria destroying Israel, the prophets lose.

Prize: Math Mammoth Light Blue Series CD, grades 1-7(A) – Value: $167.50 USD

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Math Mammoth Light Blue Series constitutes a full elementary mathematics curriculum for grades 1-7A.

Some of the main features of the curriculum are:

  • It is mastery oriented, concentrating fairly long on one topic, with fairly few topics per grade;
  • It focuses on conceptual understanding.
  • Visual models and exercises are used a lot.
  • Mental math and number sense are emphasized.
  • The curriculum is nearly self-teaching for many children, since the explanations of concepts are found in the student worktext. Thus it requires fairly little preparation time from the teacher.
  • The curriculum meets and exceeds the Common Core Standards.

Special: Get 33% off of any Math Mammoth Light Blue series products! Use coupon code MAMMOTH777 on this page: Math Mammoth Light Blue Series. This coupon offer is valid till April 30, 2015.

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Disclosure: All entrants will be added to the Homeschool Encouragement Delivered Newsletter. The vendors in this giveaway will also be provided with your email address.

Little House on the Prairie Review and Giveaway

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To say Little House on the Prairie has been a part of my life would be an understatement. I titled my first diary (when I was 5 years old) “My Remembrance Book.” My mom read the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder to my sister and I at bedtime when we were little. I’ve seen the shows countless times. As an adult, my first regular column in a magazine was writing the Little House Legacy series for The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, an assignment that included the chance to interview Dean Butler (Almanzo Wilder). So when I had the chance to review Little House on the Prairie® Season One and the documentary by Dean Butler, Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder, I jumped at the opportunity. What’s even better is that I get to give away a prize pack that includes both Season One and the Laura documentary and have the chance to tell you about an even bigger giveaway! Keep reading for details!

The stories of Laura Ingalls Wilder as recorded in her books and brought to life on television are timeless and universal. We’ve all felt the sting of remarks by our own “Nellie Olsens.” We all have—or wish we had—a friend, uncle, or relative like Mr. Edwards. We share in the struggle of overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles like unemployment, sickness, and loss.

In Season One, we have the opportunity to journey with Laura and Mary to their first day at the Walnut Grove school, swoon over Johnny Johnson, attend a wake for a spunky lady who isn’t dead, watch Mr. Edwards try his hand at babysitting, meet Tinker Jones, grieve the loss of the Ingalls’ newborn son, celebrate Christmas at Plum Creek, search for the source of a plague of typhoid, and join in the Founder’s Day festivities with the people of Walnut Grove.

In this special Season One set, you’ll also receive the pilot movie as well as two very special features. One is an original screen test featuring Michael Landon and Melissa Gilbert. The second is the 40th anniversary documentary “The ‘Little House’ Phenomenon Part One—A Place in Television History.” This 13-minute special features Dean Butler, Melissa Gilbert, Michael Landon, Jr., NBC executive Tim Brooks, and others. It tells the story of the time period in which the television show debuted (just one month after President Richard Nixon resigned and toward the end of the Vietnam War), and it shares how Laura’s series of books became the television show Dean Butler called “a respite” for families across the nation.

The story of how Laura Ingalls Wilder came to write the books, which were first published more than sixty years after she had left the Big Woods as a little girl, is a very special tale of its own. This story is shared in The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder, a 90-minute documentary directed and narrated by Dean Butler. As an author who was inspired as a young girl by the story of another young girl who grew up to became a writer, I was fascinated by the tale. This special gives you the opportunity to really get to know the characters we all feel we know so well from the books and television. It is full of historical images, references to original documents written by Laura, and much more.

And now for the giveaway! Little House on the Prairie®, in association with Element Associates and HomeschoolGiveaways.com, is giving away one prize pack containing Little House on the Prairie® Season One and The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Hop over to HomeschoolGiveaways.com NOW to enter to win and find out about an even bigger giveaway, and be sure to visit Little House on the Prairie® on their website as well as Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.

Enter the giveaway NOW!

Giveaway ends 4/21/15.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of Little House on the Prairie Season One and The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. 

150th Anniversary of General Lee’s Surrender

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Weaver Bible Curriculum Giveaway

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Geography Speed Drills-Ireland and Florida

Free Geography Drills Volume 1 - Ireland and Florida

How well do you really know Ireland and Florida? Could you name the northernmost county in Ireland? Could you tell me the counties that border the Apalachee Bay? This new printable series includes sixty questions, thirty questions each on Ireland and … [Continue reading]