Thursday, July 7, 2011

TOS Digital Subscription Giveaway (Ended)

Hi, Friends!

Did you miss the Old Schoolhouse's 1776 sale this week?  Well, have I got a great giveaway to offer you! The Old Schoolhouse Magazine is allowing me to give away a free one year Digital subscription to the magazine to one of my blog readers (Local or otherwise). If you'd like to get an idea of what the Digital version of the magazine looks like,  check out the Summer 2010 issue on the Old Schoolhouse Magazine's front page~ just click on the "Free Sample" computer screen.


Now, in addition to the digital subscription,  there are some other digital goodies for you. I don't know if you had subscribed to the "Teacher's Toolbox" newsletter before, but it is now a magazine subscriber "perk", and it has been revamped entirely. I have been very impressed with the things being offered there!

May had a "Camping" flair, and June was all about geography. My favorite download was Prayerography, which  offers a full year study of the nations of the world and practical ways to lift up those nations in prayer. What a great idea! There are new recipes for each day, a clickable link to a history item each day, and printables to go along with the month's "Theme". You will also gain access to subscriber only, FREE access to flip through every DIGITAL TOS back issue ever created! (First thing I'd do is look up all the Ruth Beechick articles~ LOVE her sensibility!)

So, now you know~ your subscription to TOS Magazine will include not only your print or digital copy(Which I always find to be a good read), but a number of free ebooks and unit studies, recipes and more each and every month! :)


July's theme is Grammar, with a free e-book ~ Gram Slam Grammar Games, among other grammer printables.
Details: 
Giveaway closes on July 13th, 2011 at 11:59pm. I will choose a comment via random.org.
This is for NEW subscriptions only, sorry~ not as an add-on to current subscriptions
  • To enter simply leave me a comment telling me one thing you are doing in July and August to keep your children's brains engaged. Note~ if I can't easily find your email, please include it in your comment~ local folks~ I need your emails as well, as I don't necessarily know your online "handles".... (You can include your email in your comment). Thanks!
For optional entries you can
  1. Follow my blog via GFC and leave a comment (Leave a comment if you already follow)
  2. Follow me on Twitter, and leave a comment with your twitter handle
  3. Visit TOS's Homeschool Dollar Store and tell me the name of one item that you think looks interesting~ there are e-books, unit studies, lapbooks, MP3's and more~ just click the banner below and then come back here to leave your comment. :)

Blessings~

10 comments:

  1. We are just starting our homeschooling journey so right now I am making sure my boys are reading every day until I'm ready to start school! I am also trying to make everything a learning moment! Like this morning after the big rain last night we went out and watched the snails all over the grass and sidewalk!

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  2. I follow you on twitter now!
    @jenifuz

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  3. Due to the previous comments with Intense Debate going wonky on me, I am pasting them here:
    1. Julie H Well, this is too easy...we are starting our 2011-2012 school year next week....so we'll be shaking off all the rust and get the wheels turning again! Can't wait!

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  4. 2 Jessy said: What we're doing? Well, we're hitting the lake with friends, swimming, building sand castles, and enjoying nature! And we're spending hours at the Rec Center, playing basketball and dodgeball and having a FREE lunch every day! Summer reading program! Drawing and crafts!

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  5. 3. Laura W. said:We are year round homeschoolers, so we are actually schooling in July and August with a month of in June, and the entire month of December off!!

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  6. We had a death in the family recently so we have taken a lot of time off from school to handle that situation. For the rest of the summer we are looking forward to relaxing, playing in nature, reading books together and doing the occasional math page.

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  7. A bit of Math and an hour of "brain" games for us! Next week, off to Maine!

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  8. I'm following on GFC. Great giveaway!

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  9. The Write Stuff Adventure Writing Class looks really interesting! My son is starting 6th grade and is a reluctant writer. Writing comes very easy for me so I find it difficult to teach him this skill. Maybe this would be a help!

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  10. During the first part of July we are taking a bit of a break with family visiting. We are taking a trip to Jacksonville for the HERI Convention. I run a vendor booth there for The Picture Smart Bible, so Matthew and my hubby will help me. This will be a good experience for him. We start back next week with our lessons - beginning 6th grade. So, his brain will be in full speed mode!

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