7th Grade Core Curriculum Giveaway – Your Choice!

May 17, 2012 64 Comments by

7th Grade Homeschool Curriculum Kit Giveaway
“We did our state program last year and neither of us liked the “you have to do it now and our way” program. I have bought products from Timberdoodle in the past and always liked their reviews. I was glad and confident to see that they put together a homeschool package! My daughter loves everything. Math was a struggle in years past and she really likes teaching textbooks. History is fun with lots of hands on. I don’t need to be there for her all the time while doing this program. I forgot to customize spelling and since it is a new approach to learning, we should have started with the first book. I have since bought the computer program for Sequential Spelling #1. I am thankful for the schedule that came with the package and the extra forms available on the web. The less I have to do the happier I am! Thanks again, this year is stress free compared to last year!”
– Melanie MacDonald of Cleveland, SC

7th Grade Curriculum Giveaway
May We Give You Something?
To enter, simply tell us which item you want to win from the Seventh Grade Curriculum Kit, and why. If you want extra entries, you can also use PunchTab. Out of all the comments and entries we receive, we will draw one name (courtesy of random.org) and award them the item they picked. Winners must have a USA shipping address, see all the rules here. Drawing ends Monday, June 4th, at 11AM PST.

7th Grade Homeschool Curriculum Kit Giveaway
“This has several items we have used and liked in the past. Easy Grammar can’t be beat. We have left behind Saxon for Teaching Textbooks and are not sorry. Love the lesson plan helps. This is great for my 7th grader. He even asks to do extra math!”
Denise Rollick of Bozeman, MT

7th Grade Homeschool Curriculum Kit Giveaway

The Winner

Today’s winner is Karla V. Smith, who chose Engino Simple Machines!
Karla, could you email your shipping address to facebookwinner@timberdoodle.com so we can get it right out to you? Thank you all for participating. Winner chosen by Random.org, watch for a new giveaway soon!

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About the author

The oldest of the "Timberdoodle children" I now work full time for the company, filling such roles as marketing manager, curriculum adviser, video producer, etc. In my spare time I enjoy reading, babysitting, baking, and volunteering with our local school district, in the church and as an EMT with the fire department.

64 Responses to “7th Grade Core Curriculum Giveaway – Your Choice!”

  1. Dena Wood says:

    I’d love Christian Kids Explore Physics. I’ve been looking at it for some time now and it seems like a great program.

  2. Kristin says:

    I would choose The Mystery of History!

  3. Steve Baranski says:

    Simple machine. My boys would love it.

  4. Misty says:

    I’d love to win Teaching Textbooks, I have program.

  5. Misty says:

    Opps, my above post should have said that I wanted to win teaching Textbooks because I have heard a lot of good things about that program.

  6. Michelle says:

    Engino Mechanical Simple Machines would be a great blessing. It’s something my son would love but that we cannot afford to buy at this time. Thank you for this opportunity!

  7. Christy Patterson says:

    Engino Machines – my boys would love it!

  8. Denice says:

    The Anti Virus! Looks great!

  9. diane andrews says:

    Mystery of History

  10. krysten says:

    We would love to try Mystery of History. I have planned on it and been looking for it. It would be just right for us!

  11. Karen says:

    The Mystery of History. I have a feeling that she is going to be a history and science buff like myself and would love to win this. Thanks.

  12. Rebecca says:

    Engino Mechanical Simple Machines – my boys will really enjoy this!

  13. Kristy Trahan says:

    I would love to win Teaching Textbooks Math 7’s. I have been looking at the set and really think this is what my daughter needs. We have tried countless other math programs but she is constantly struggling to learn.

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