How to Keep Your Eager Preschooler Busy *Giveaway*

Oct 18, 2012 22 Comments by

Tiny tots are naturally eager learners. Those with older siblings are often extremely eager for their own workbook pages, and even firstborns seem to see schoolwork in general as a puzzle to figure out. But it would be easy to squash that joy if you handed them pages too hard, dull, or repetative. We’ve reviewed so many workbooks for this age that we’ve lost count, and sadly most are, in our findings, a waste of time and money. The exception? These Big Skills workbooks. Pages are filled with color, variety and child-friendly themes. Who wouldn’t love cutting grass for a tiger to lurk behind? Or finding all “E”s in order to complete a simple maze? This week we have 6 lovely books to give away, geared for toddlers through PreK; all you have to do is pick one!

Big Skills Review and giveaway

These fine books are also part of our Preschool and PreK Curriculum Kits.
Best Preschool Core Curriculum for Homeschooling!
PreK Timberdoodle Core Curriculum

Ready to win?
To enter, simply let us know:  Which Big Skills workbooks(s) would you like to win? (Each winner will only win one book, but if you give us your preference we will do our best to get you a perfect fit when you win. We are giving away one each of all 6 titles.) If you want extra entries, you can also use Punchtab below. Out of all the comments and entries we receive, we will draw one name (courtesy of and award them the book they picked. Winners must have a USA shipping address, see all the rules here. Drawing ends Monday, October 22nd, at noon PST.


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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.

22 Responses to “How to Keep Your Eager Preschooler Busy *Giveaway*”

  1. Honey says:

    Would love to win the colors and shapes one! We’ve done the toddler skills books and absolutely love them!

  2. Serena says:

    The “I Know My Alphabet” would be my choice.

  3. Brooke says:

    I think my 4 year old would really like “My Alphabet” or “I can Paste”.

  4. Marsha says:

    Colors & Shapes

  5. Alva Ramon says:

    I Can Color! Why? My son loves to color, but all he does is scribble big circles and/or long lines. He does not stay in the lines, or coordinate colors with obvious objects (ex. green, with tree). I’ve done nothing to try and ‘teach’ him how to color, so perhaps this book, like all the others (I have the Pre-K curriculum) will benefit him in guiding him with coloring “correctly.” This book did not come in the complete curriculum set.

  6. Name says:

    Colors And Shapes! :-)

  7. Shanrell Kremer says:

    I can trace! I think my daughter would love it!

  8. Ashley says:

    We would love the alphabet one. We have bought the others every year! Love them!

  9. Michelle says:

    Well, we are in the process of using all of the toddler books, so I guess our next pick would be Big Skills for Little Hands – Alphabet . Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. Holly says:

    My little guy would love to have the Alphabet one.

  11. Jennifer says:

    I think the Tracing one. It’s the one we haven’t tried yet.

  12. Quintana says:

    My daughter would love the I Can Cut book!

  13. Amy says:

    I would love the Paste or Shapes

  14. Wendi says:

    We would love I Can Cut! Thanks for the chance.

  15. Dawnell Lovell says:

    I would love the I Can Paste workbook (I have twins so I’d REALLY love 2!), my boys are fascinated by all that glue can do. This would be perfect for entertaining them while I’m cooking dinner.

  16. Haley DIckerson says:

    My kids would love the cut and trace ones.

  17. Kristi says:

    I would love the I Can Paste one!

  18. Leah Lucas says:

    I would love any of them!!

  19. susan mccormick says:

    I think we would like I Can Trace!

  20. Shannon says:

    I can trace! sounds good here!

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