Curriculum Clean-Out


Does anyone else always feel like they’ve spelled that wrong?

Here’s what in this giveaway:

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons

Why am I giving it away? Well, I figured out that it’s not my teaching style, so despite having about 10 different friends rave on this book, it didn’t work for me. So, I’m letting someone else try it out.

This giveawy is coming at the perfect time, because I’m busy cleaning out my garage of some of my teaching stuff. So, I’m sure more will be coming.

How to get entries:

1. Comment, tell me one activity you’ve done with your child
2. Follow, I admit it, I love to see that more people are reading my blog, so follow me and then comment about it.
3. Blog about this, and then comment again with a link to the blog post.

This is open to US shipping, and the winner will be chosen on August 15th by my kid drawing a name out of the bag.

Good luck. If you want to find more great giveaways go to Homeschool Creations and be amazed! I mean seriously, she has two giveaways that I want to win (workbox and the preschool one)


36 thoughts on “Curriculum Clean-Out

  1. I would love to win this. My children and I do everything together. They really love making pizza from scratch, baking, and gardening.


  2. I have been looking at this book but would love to win it rather than buy it. My daughter and I love to read together and she is just getting into beading, which is lots of fun for us to do together.


  3. Thanks for the giveaway! I love to do messy art projects with my kids… like making sidewalk chalk PAINT or clean dough from toilet paper and soap and water. 🙂

  4. My 6 year old is just starting to read but I'm trying to find new ways to help her along, this book looks like it would be a huge help. I'm artsy but always need help with curriculum ideas.
    I'm always making art projects with the girls – I made Rainbow Rice Bottles with them last week for our road trip to Pennsylvania. They were a huge hit in the car!!

  5. I would love to win this. I have a two year old coming up and he's starting to show interest. My favorite activity that I've done with my 5 year old was during the Bajing Olympics. I got a large amount of brown packing paper that we turned into a chinese dragon. It was very cool!

  6. I've heard of this book and would love to check it out. My 5 year old and I are reading “Farmer Boy” and he loves it!


  7. This book comes highly recommended! I subscribe to your blog… And we love doing arts and crafts together, anything where we create together!

  8. Every where I look, I hear about the book… would love to know what the fuss is about! Today, the kids and I made pickles (We used the 3 lonely cucumbers we got from the garden we put in for the rabbits this year – they were too high for them to get which is why i think they made it.)
    -rosa [at]

  9. Today we wrote (drew) a picture to GG (our grandma who lives in Florida!) My daughter loves writing and recieving mail!! (Even though she is only 2!)
    i am a new follower— this book looks wonderful!

  10. Thank you for the opportunity to win this book. I have wanted to check it out for a long time! Our family loves to cook together, and to ride bicycles together.

    erikamwarner at yahoo .com

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