I've strapped on my party hat and have a bag of confetti at my side.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of my little space on the web.
This past year of traveling my homeschooling journey with you has brought me immeasurable joy. I've "met" so many amazing moms, shared stories of successes and struggles, and have seen God use my passion for writing and love of homeschooling to create a community of ministry.
I am humbled that you have chosen to join me every-now-and-again, and hope you continue to meet me here for another great year of homeschooling!
And now onto the party...
I've gathered a whole gift bag full of party prizes for one lucky reader of The Unlikely Homeschool. I'd love for you to win all 10 of these wonderful resources.
Art Class, Vol. 1
The first of a nine volume video series, Art Class Vol. 1 is a four-lesson art class designed to teach the basics of line drawing. Each engaging lesson taught by master artist, Pat Knepley, introduces the correct art tools, terminology, and skills necessary to create simple still-life sketches. For more info, be sure to read my complete review.
Kid Coder: Window Programming
4th through 8th grade students learn the basics of writing graphical windows programming in this first semester course of the Kid Coder series. The curriculum includes a student book as well as an instructional DVD.
God Said So
God Said So, a devotional eBook designed to teach 31 basic Bible truths that every child should know, is a wonderful resource for Christian parents who desire to give their children a foundation in the Word of God.
6 Classical Copywork Packs
Based on the educational principles of Charlotte Mason, Classical Copywork packs are themed printable pages aimed to subtly teach reading, penmanship, grammar, and spelling by providing selections from Scripture and other classic works for copying.
$10 Starbucks eGift Card from Upside Down Homeschooling
As the primary bread winner and wife to an unbelieving husband, Heather Bowen of Upside Down Homeschooling shares her heart for unconventional homeschooling.
Simple Homeschool eBook
Based on Matthew 6:33, Simple Homeschool is filled with wonderful organizational tips to free your home and homeschool of clutter and encourages the homeschool mom to keep the focus on God...letting Him determine and direct the homeschooling path.
Called Home eBook
Through her personal story, Karen DeBeus shares how you can find freedom and joy in your homeschooling by letting God have control of your days. Called Home: Finding Joy in Letting God Lead Your Homeschool will help you as you develop or redirect your focus on a God-centered homeschool.
Designing Your Language Arts Curriculum eBook
Designing Your Language Arts Curriculum is a packed resource aimed to guide you through teaching language arts. All ten chapters will provide encouragement, valuable tips, and links to helpful printables to get you started.
Notebooking Success eBook
Designed as a Notebooking 101 resource, Notebooking Success and its numerous bonus materials will give you the tools necessary to introduce Charlotte Mason-esque notebooking techniques in your homeschool.
Essay Tune-up eBook
Prewriting, introduction and conclusion paragraphs, sentence variety, and generating details are just a few of the topics covered in the Essay Tune-Up. In addition to outlining the seven basic writing principles, Jimmie Lanley has provided 13 reproducible graphic organizers to aid any young writer in creative composition.
No purchase necessary to win. Must be 18 years old or older and have a US or military address to enter. A winner will be randomly selected via Rafflecopter and will be announced sometime after Wednesday, February 20, 2013. The winner will be notified via email and will have 72 hours to respond. If an email address is not provided or the winner does not respond, the prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be randomly selected. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook.
***Mandatory Entry: To enter, be sure to leave a comment in the "comments" section of this post answering the following question: What is your favorite part about homeschooling? (Remember, simply leaving a comment does not ensure entry. You also have to click the +5 after you have LEFT a comment.)
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