Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Curriculum Giveaway #1

This giveaway is closed. The winner is No Longer An Orphan #12.
If there is one thing homeschooling moms love its curriculum talk.  And curriculum giveaways!

I love love love it when Jolanthe of Homeschool Creations has her giveaway days.  Its a place where we can clear our shelves and then fill them back up again with free books.  Who wouldn't love that?

My first giveaway is The Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps, and Time Lines. This is a great resource for all ages and for anyone who teaches anything-school, Sunday School, Bible Studies.

I ended up with two of these and this one is in excellent condition.




It contains 114 pages of full-color charts, 22 pages of time lines, 19 pages of maps, and 25 pages of illustrations. You are allowed to reproduce up to 300 copies for church use.

I will draw a name on Saturday, August 4 around noon and contact the winner. US only.

Just leave me a comment telling me your favorite subject to teach and if you are not a homeschooler tell me your favorite subject in school.

Be sure and go visit Homeschool Creations for other giveaways!

66 comments:

  1. My favorite subject to teach is science. Particularly nature study. I am learning so much about God's creation right along with my children.

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  2. Wendy, I couldn't see any pictures on yesterday's blog. It just had photo.jpg. Mama

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  3. I am really looking forward to teaching Math this year. We are using Math-U-See this year and we are all thrilled to get started.

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  4. I am loving teaching History to our girls. We have been able to go on fun learning field trips, and it's something that we can all dive into together as a family. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  5. I have to say Reading and bible. I love to hear my boys read especially God's Word!!
    Love the posters!
    monicagodoy12@gmail.com
    Monica

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  6. This book looks so great! I love teaching history and the Bible together!

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  7. History, I think I can safely say history :)

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  8. We love reading. My boys love to read so this is an easy subject for us.

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  9. I love preschool. It's a lot of fun. I also love science. Lots of hands-on stuff to do.

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  10. My name is Kellyann Kio and I live for teaching the truth of LOVE (God is love (1 JOHN 4:8)) I am thankful for God giving me this experience and I am thankful for your heart being open to God; I pray that it continually opens more and more each moment:)

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  11. Those Bible charts look really cool. My favorite subject to teach is usually science. But I get thrills when my kids are learning to read and write!!!

    Bethany

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  12. My son's current favorite subject is Science!

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  13. My favorite subject to teach is science

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  14. My favorite subject to teach is literature! :)

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  15. My favorite subject to teach is Language Arts. Second is history.

    Michelle W.
    www.NoLongerAnOrphan.blogspot.com

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  16. My favorite subject to teach is Home-Ec. :)

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  17. I'm not sure I have a favorite subject to teach, but I enjoy learning new things as we study science.

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  18. My favorite subject to teach is Bible and reading!

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  19. My favorite subject so far in teaching my kids is history. They both have taken to it with such gusto. I love it!

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  20. I've always loved Math and look forward to teaching it this year!

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  21. I love to teach math. I know I am weird :)

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  22. We have not started homeschooling yet, but I love reading to my boys.

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  23. farmerswife55 at hotmail dot comJuly 31, 2012 at 3:12 PM

    I love teaching bible!

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  24. My favorite subject to teach so far this year has been science; specifically Apologia Zoo 1 for elementary students. I was never a science person in school, so this came as a pretty big surprise!

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  25. My favorite subject to teach is the Bible. It's my favorite part of homeschooling. I can freely teach my children all about the love of our Father in Heaven.

    Sarah H
    sarah.herrera4@yahoo.com

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  26. I Love Teaching My Son From The Bible. The Science Of Creation, History Of Our Lord, And Biblical Principals Equip Us All For A More Fulfilled Life With Christ <3 God Bless

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  27. I loved history in school, and I love teaching my kids history and connecting it with the bible!
    rhoward2010@centurylink.net

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  28. So far my favorite subject to teach has been geography, because it has sparked the most interest in my daughter.

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  29. I'm currently homeschooling a preschooler so we really cover the basics. But I have to say that I love bible time with her and reading in general. She is doing book reports for the stories we read (she narrates and I write) and it is AMAZING to see her development over the course of just 6 months.

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  30. My favorite subject to teach is lunch - haha! Really, though, I enjoy reading aloud to them to most.

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  31. Well, we're starting first grade this year. So after one year of Kindergarten my favorite subject to teach right now is English, especially reading. Seeing my son learn how to read was wonderful! A whole new world opened up to him and it's awesome to see him growing and learning something new every day just by reading.

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  32. I love teaching my girls about the Bible. I love seeing how excited they get, learning about God, and all He has done, out of his love for us all.

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  33. I love teaching Science and History the best. This book is actually on our "wish list" so I would love to win it.

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  34. I am really looking forward to teaching my girls art and music appreciation as well as world history.

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  35. We are very new to homeschooling, but it seems like the girls like the unit study approach rather than individual subjects. Once they get on a topic they love, it's hard to move onto the next thing!

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  36. I am looking forward to learning history with my son this year as well as reading lots of new books!
    Mindy
    minderela@hotmail.com

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  37. Favorite subject to teach... We're only doing kindergarten this year but I think my favorite thing to teach is "extra". Photography. Subject wise though is foreign language. We do Spanish in bits through the day.

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  38. I love it all!!! But if I had to pick one or two they would be science and history. So fun to learn along with them and be reminded of the subjects I loved while in school!!

    ittybittyjunebug@gmail.com

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  39. As a homeschooling mom, Sunday school teacher and Pastor's wife this would be a great addition to my library no matter how you look at it!! My favorite thing to teach is Bible and math.

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  40. My favorite subject to teach is Science. They always light up in excitement as they are learning new, interesting things!

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  41. I was a Middle School Math and Algebra 1 teacher ( I LOVE Algebra) but this will be my first year homeschooling my 4 yr old High functioning Autistic son. HE would ABSOLUTELY LOVE this book, he loves maps and encyclopedias and memorizes information like nothing I've ever seen. THank you for the opportunity!

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  42. I love it all! Living history books, hands-on science, Bible and character studies...

    janemaritz at yahoo dot com

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  43. Nature/science. We don't really divide our learning into subjects but if I had to it would be those! Thank you! This looks like a great system and we are looking at adding even more Bible lessons into our studies this year.

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  44. I love teaching about nature and science, but I'd have to say my favorite subject to teach my son is math - this is such a surprise to me! But he takes to it so naturally and it is fun to come up with activities to help him understand different concepts. He is always excited to do math. :) So not like his mother.

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  45. My favorite subject to teach is Bible with literature as a close second. :) MrsJaredLong at gmail dot com

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  46. We are starting homeschooling this fall and would love to add this to our new shelf!! Thank you!! Not sure what subjects I'll love to teach, but looking forward to having our kids home!!

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  47. This looks like it would go along well with our mystery of history plans this year. I thought I would say math was my favorite to teach since it was always my favorite in school. This will be our first year so I don't know for sure.. but I am super excited about science and history this year :-)

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  48. I love the Rose timeline charts! This would go great with our bible history studies. I enjoy teaching language arts- helping my kids to decode and learn to enjoy good literature.

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  49. I love to teach math! It's my favorite subject!

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  50. My favorite subject this year is history we are studying ancient history so the kids are getting to see the Bible figures in cinjuction with other ancient figures. I think it helps solidify in their minds that the Bible isn't seperate from history and isn't stories.

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  51. History is quickly becoming my favorite!

    My friend has one of these books - I've wanted one ever since I looked at it!

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  52. love to teach math... I find so many different ways to teach the same thing.

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  53. I love teaching math, something about seeing my daughter trying different ways to solve a problem makes it really exciting.

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  54. Thats really hard-- I love to teach science and history-- we just can't seem to put the books away, once we start..Art is another favorite of all of us

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  55. I have really enjoyed teaching K5, and it is hard to think of the subjects individually, but I do enjoy teaching my child to read.

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  56. I love teaching science. We live on a farm. So I can use the farm to teach science to my kids.

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  57. My favorite subject to teach would be science.

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  58. Becky Van VolkinburgAugust 3, 2012 at 5:25 PM

    I enjoy teaching history. :-)

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  59. My favorite subject is reading and elementary math. After seeing all those maps and timelines I would love teaching history and geography with those!

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  60. My favorite subject to teach is History mostly because the kids are interested.

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  61. Thank you!!! This book has been on my curriculum wish list for years! I responded to your email with my mailing address. God bless you!

    Michelle W.
    www.NoLongerAnOrphan.blogspot.com

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