UPDATE: THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN DRAWN!
First Winner was comment #160: Ann R. who said, “My girls enjoy the Little House books. My son enjoys books about knights and the Lord of the Rings.”
Second Winner was comment #67: Melody Lunsford who said, “Christian Europe and British Middle Ages would go along with our Mystery of History Vol. 2 material. Thank You for having a giveaway!”
Congratulation to both of our winners!
Don’t worry if you didn’t win, you can still take advantage of the
FREE Curriculum CD Offer below, but do note that it only goes through the end of October.
But First, Write Down This Code!
It will get you a Free Curriculum CD from Heritage History.
You can read about the offer here
Now, on to the giveaway…
When I first learned of Heritage History,
I was a bit confused as to what products they offered,
and what would be the best fit for our family.
So I wanted to take a second to show you the different ways
Heritage History can become a part of your daily learning:
You can choose from hundreds of living books, and search by author, genre, title, and even civilization. If that weren’t enough, they have color coded them by reading ability.
Bookmark or Pin this page, you’ll love it.
2.Order single E-books based on your current studies.
The benefits of ordering a book can make all the difference in how you access the resources.
When you order an e-book you receive a PDF version and two different e-book versions.
This allows you to print multiple copies to use in your classroom,
and to save the book to your personal computer or tablet. Also the formatting of a purchased book
has been handled with detail. The captions, tables and other parts of the book have been preserved.
You can download a FREE e-book here to see the difference!
(instructions for loading it to your tablet can be found here)
3. Order a Collection of e-books surrounding a theme or topic:
These collections of e-books have been specifically chosen to help ease the burden for homeschooling families. With these selections, you can easily provide your children with living books that compliment your current studies.
As with the single e-books, each CD comes with a PDF and two e-book versions of each title.
There are on average about 50 different titles for each collection,
and the price of the CD’s range from $19.99 to $24.99
I was happy to see that it was filled with over 80 titles covering the American colonies to the First World War.
The American library focuses less on politics than many American History curriculums, but includes biographies and short stories about explorers, settlers, inventors, military heroes, writers, presidents, and Indian leaders. American Indian history is treated thoroughly, with over sixteen books on the subject. American Negro and Spanish American histories are also covered thoroughly.
My children are still considered early readers (green books)
so I was happy to see this series by James Otis:
It made me giggle because these are like the original Dear America Journals.
Storytelling just never goes out of style,
children love to read personal accounts of a living history.
We will be using these alongside our American History studies through out the year.
You can read more about the James Otis series here.
So now that you know all about Heritage History,
are you ready to WIN some classical titles for your classroom?
There will be TWO Winners!
How to Enter:
1. Check out the Classical Library CD’s, and the Classical Curriculum CD’s.
Come back and tell me which title from each that you would want.
(If you’re the winner, you’ll get BOTH your picks, so choose wisely!)
2. Leave me comment with your children’s favorite History story.
Contest ends Friday, October 4, 2012 11:59pm.
Winner will be drawn at random, and this post will be updated.
Disclaimer: As an affiliate of Heritage History I received free product for review purposes, and a percentage of sales is credited back to me. All opinions are my honest thoughts about this product.
You can read our review of the Young Readers Collection here.