6th Grade Giveaway – pick out of our core curriculum kit!

May 21, 2012 73 Comments by

“After two years of buying curriculums that bored my son to tears, I found Timberdoodle. It was so easy, my questions were answered by very nice and well informed staff, and in less than eight days I had our curriculum for 2011-2012. The best part was being able to pick what we wanted… Another favorite was the Math 6, since math is a subject he has always struggled with finding something that explained it in terms he understood was important and Math 6 does exactly that. So far were are very happy with the 6th Grade Core Curriculum and the work he has done so far is above average!”
– Brenda Nance of Lexington, NC

6th grade Timberdoodle Core Curriculum Giveaway
May We Give You Something?

To enter, simply tell us which item you want to win from the Sixth 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 Tuesday, May 29th at 11AM PST.

6th grade Timberdoodle Core Curriculum Giveaway
“Why didn’t I do this sooner?! The sixth grade Timberdoodle core curriculum has everything I wanted for my son all rolled into a nice, easy to order package. I researched everything in the curriculum for content and price and found that this is exactly what I want for my son and at the best price. The planning folder is invaluable! I pass out a weekly checklist, he keeps track of what he’s done and turns it in on Friday. It has helped him learn to schedule and given me some of my day back. Now I have more time to teach and learn with my kids. Thank you Timberdoodle, keep up the good work!”
Pam of Fort Worth, TX

6th grade Timberdoodle Core Curriculum Giveaway
So What Do You Choose to Win, and Why?

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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.

73 Responses to “6th Grade Giveaway – pick out of our core curriculum kit!”

  1. Dan says:

    I would choose the Daily 6-Trait writing program to engage my child in more accessible and regular writing exercises.

  2. Tamara says:

    Apologia’s Human Anatomy & Physiology. We have several of Apologia’s science books and are really happy with them.

  3. Tonia Hancock says:

    I would choose Apologia’s Human Anatomy and Physiology because my son woluld love this and so would my husband and I. We are both in the medical field.

  4. Stephanie says:

    I’d pick Cliko. My 6th grader would LOVE that game. It’s just the kind of thinking he likes to do.

  5. Jennifer says:

    The Puzzle Globe for several reasons–first, I already own most of the other items (grin) and secondly, my sixth grader completed a smaller version several years ago and would love to do this one with more pieces!

  6. Leigh Ann Privett says:

    Apologia’s Human Anatomy & Physiology – love Apologia science!!!

  7. Tara Larson says:

    I let my son look through the list and he chose Clicko as what he’d like to win. Looks like a very fun way to build thinking skills!

  8. Kristi says:

    I have been wanting to try Apologia’s science so our family would love the Human Anatomy & Physiology.

  9. Tasha says:

    I’d choose either the Anatomy and Physiology book, or the Creative and Critical Thinking book.

  10. krysten says:

    We would pick the 3-D Torso Puzzle or Apologia’s Science Human Anatomy.

  11. julie says:

    The puzzle ball. We have puzzle fans here at our house!

  12. Heather says:

    Would *love* to win the Teaching Textbooks set!!! Love this program!

  13. mel says:

    Apologia’s Human Anatomy & Physiology, my family loves Apologia science!!!

  14. Nicole Benfield says:


    We really would love any one of them from their line! Both of my children deal with sensory processing disorder and we love all things hands on for educating and building their minds!

    love timberdoodle!

  15. Niki C says:

    I would chose Human Anatomy and Physiology. We love Apologia!

  16. Christy Patterson says:

    We love history, so definitely the American History book!

  17. Mary says:

    Clicko! We love your puzzle games!

  18. Jessica says:

    so many great things, but I would probably choose Cliko. Great for spacial reasoning!

  19. Tanya bailey says:

    The puzzleball. We had to buy only the basics this year because our budget was tight. My son could use geography help and loves puzzle so I think this would help.

  20. Holly says:

    My daughter would love the puzzleball globe. She had asked for one for Christmas, but didn’t get one.

  21. Jennifer says:

    Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology. We can’t get enough science around here!

  22. Rachel Poe says:

    We would choose Apologia Science- we love Apologia! Thanks!

  23. Margo Lewis says:

    I would choose exploring creation with A& P – we’ve been looking for a new science curriculum.

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