Welcome to one of the largest online collection of Homeschool Reviews! Our third annual homeschool curriculum review contest is over, but you can follow this link to read and share home school curriculum reviews.
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In April 2011, we hosted our 3rd annual Homeschool Curriculum Review Contest; thus, adding over 325 homeschool reviews to our collection. Here are our contest sponsors and prize winners:
Heather won a Kindle 3G and a $50 Amazon gift certificate sponsored by Successful Homeschooling.
Carle won a prize package from The Old Schoolhouse valued at over $100. Includes a one-year subscription to The Old Schoolhouse magazine, a 2011-2012 Old Schoolhouse planner, and a $40 Gift Certificate to the Totally TOS Section of The Old Schoolhouse Store.
Amber, Sarah and Kelly won tickets to The Ultimate Homeschool Expo - a completely virtual homeschool convention that includes wonderful workshop sessions, amazing keynote speakers, lots of catalogs and freebies, vendor booths, Mommy Grab Bags, and mom-to-mom fellowship. (Tickets are valued at $39.95 each.)
Janienne, Vicki, Laurie, Amanda, and Christina won notebooking resources from Homeschool in the Woods, such as, one packet of Pre-Printed Timeline Figures (value $22.95), one Time Traveler history lap book of choice (value $28.95), one download of the "History of Holidays" activity study (value $18.95), and two downloads of an Activity-Pak of choice (value $18.95 each).
Sue won a 1-year Super Membership to In the Hands of a Child, valued at $75. This membership entitles you to 2 free project packs per month, a 15% discount on all project packs, a free birthday project pack, $10 off the cost of a custom order, and complete access to the Super Members area where you'll find reproducible graphics, unit extenders and other downloadable products.
Jacquie, Carmen, Gina and Cheryl won 1-year subscriptions to Family Time Fitness, valued at $57 each. Fitness 4 Homeschool is a PE curriculum designed specifically for home school education. It is a full-year program that is designed to be done indoors or outdoors, and can be used for a single child, a group of children, a family, or a group or co-op.
Kim won a Phase 3 Etiquette Factory Program, valued at $99.95, consists of Etiquette for Beginners, Etiquette Intermediate and Etiquette Masters programs, and includes teacher's manuals, DVDs, CDs and other tools for instructing children in grades pre K through high school in the art of etiquette.
Debbie won Module 1 and Module 2 of French Essentials ($118 value) a complete, downloadable French curriculum designed specifically for home learners. The well designed lessons teach French in an easy to follow, gradual, step-by-step method with video & audio instruction that allows students to interact with the language in a fun and engaging way.
Sasha and Stephannie won $50 gift certificates to Currclick, a company that makes homeschooling more convenient and affordable by selling e-books, downloadable lap books and other electronic educational products at reasonable prices.
Cindy won an Amazon gift certificate in the amount of $25.
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