Archive for Homeschool Giveaways

Win for Baby! 2013 Baby-Toddler Timberdoodle Curriculum Giveaway

Mar 19, 2013 17 Comments

Would you like to win one our very best items for 0-24 months? We thought so! Starting this week with the Baby & Toddler (0-24 months) homeschool curriculum kit, we will be giving away an item of your choice from the kit of the week over the spring! To enter, simply tell us which item [...]

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How (& Why) to Teach British History? A Giveaway

Dec 21, 2012 No Comments

British studies are a growing field in the US, largely because Britain has been central in world affairs for so many centuries. Historians recognize that any thorough understanding of world history would not be complete without an appreciation of the structure of the British Monarchy and the practices of Britain’s political systems. Clear Goals and [...]

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Win Your Own Graphic Biographies Library!

Dec 08, 2012 3 Comments

Graphic biographies will give your children a snapshot of just how intriguing history can be. With attention-grabbing pictures and concise dialogue, even the most reluctant readers will find themselves captivated. These very visual forms of history will not only teach your children about different historical figures, they will also be instrumental in developing their necessary [...]

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Giant Christmas Giveaway of 2012

Nov 29, 2012 10 Comments

If you could pick from every item in our 2012 Gift Catalog which item would you what to win? What if the entry process was even quicker and simpler than ever before? That’s exactly what we are doing this week! This week our main giveaway is hosted directly on our Facebook page. On this blog [...]

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Hands-On Science Mysteries *Giveaway*

Nov 24, 2012 8 Comments

Even Kids Who Hate Science will Love Hands-On Science Mysteries You may know a child that finds science boring, but have you ever discovered a child that is ho-hum about mysteries? It is human nature to want to answer the whys of life but where science curricula often fall short is neglecting to show how [...]

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Morphology Jr. The Crazy Creative Family Game *Giveaway*

Nov 17, 2012 19 Comments

The Same, But Better Fast, fun, and super-creative, the original Morphology Game forced your family to think about everyday objects in a completely new way. Timberdoodle loved Morphology so much that it became our 2011 game of the year. But as much as we raved, we knew its most distinct limitation: original Morphology was not [...]

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A Giveaway As Colorful As Your Tiny Tot

Nov 10, 2012 15 Comments

Have a Colorful Talk With Your Toddler Why teach your child a mere half dozen colors when he is surrounded by a kaleidoscope of tints and hues? Striking and original, Pantone: Colors will introduce your toddler to nine basic colors plus twenty shades of each. Imagine Crocodile Green and Jellyfish Pink The twenty hues on [...]

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USA History in Pictures *Giveaway*

Nov 05, 2012 71 Comments

The Fun Way To Learn History Some children have seemingly insatiable appetites when it comes to history; others flee at the mere mention of it. On whichever end of the spectrum your child lays, graphic novels make a great fit. For the child who thrives on history but is not quite ready for pages and [...]

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“Wonderful beginning graphic books!!” Giveaway

Oct 22, 2012 18 Comments

Wild Earth Graphic Novels are such fantastic triple purpose books! New readers will find the easy words, illustrated with helpful and engaging pictures, so motivating they’ll probably ask you if they may read just one more.  (They are not babyish either, perfect for your slightly older student who is still building reading skills.) Young scientists will [...]

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How to Keep Your Eager Preschooler Busy *Giveaway*

Oct 18, 2012 22 Comments

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 [...]

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