• July Giveaway - Moving Beyond the Page


    As you're planning curricula for this coming school year, we're thrilled to let you know that Moving Beyond the Page is giving away one full year curriculum package of your choice. Moving Beyond the Page is a complete homeschool curriculum that covers science, social studies, and language arts. Your children will grow in their love of learning through our literature-based curriculum that encourages critical and creative thinking, provides challenging and engaging projects, and supports different learning styles. All children can benefit from this unique approach to education. This is especially true for hands-on, creative, and gifted children who need more than a traditional approach to ignite their love of learning. If you have an elementary or middle school aged child that is bored doing one worksheet after another, don't miss this opportunity to give him something better. Moving Beyond the Page is how your children want to learn. Moving Beyond the Page has nine different curriculum packages for preschool, elementary, and middle school children.


    This month's featured giveaway is one (1) full year package of your choice from Moving Beyond the Page. (Retail Value between $465 - $975) You get to choose the age level and whether you want hard-copy or online curriculum. AND, if you purchase a full year curriculum package in July and then find out you are the winner, MBTP will refund the purchase price or send you another level - - your choice!!

    To enter this giveaway, simply comment below about why you would like to win this prize from Moving Beyond the Page (NOTE: you must be a registered member of SHS to comment...if you are not yet a registered member, click here to register prior to commenting.) You may earn up to five additional entries for this giveaway by:

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    NOTE: Each additional entry must be entered via a separate comment

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    1. Partyof5's Avatar
      Partyof5 -
      Shared on Twitter @tdcolwell
    1. ariana's Avatar
      ariana -
      MBTP sounds like it would be an awesome addition in our homeschooling journey!
    1. Laci Carlisle's Avatar
      Laci Carlisle -
      I would love to win. I am going to be a first year homeschool mom. The MBTP full year curriculum is what I have been looking at! I have two boys about 18 months apart and they are the same level at reading. Winning would be a perfect way to dip my toes into the world of homeschooling.
    1. Tabithah2os's Avatar
      Tabithah2os -
      Would love to win this for my daughter!!
    1. WillowsMom618's Avatar
      WillowsMom618 -
      Would love to incorporate this in our Homeschool! I believe it would greatly benefit my DDs education. MBTP seems like a wonderful place to start.
    1. dmaxfield's Avatar
      dmaxfield -
      We are using three different levels of MBTP at the moment, and love it! Winning a level would be so helpful!
    1. User Name's Avatar
      User Name -
      Wow--I'd love to try out a curriculum package since we are new to homeschooling
    1. Jdowning33's Avatar
      Jdowning33 -
      We've never used MBTP so it would be great to try it!
    1. Deb43's Avatar
      Deb43 -
      This looks like a curriculum that may appeal to my son as we start our homeschool adventure together!
    1. athena484's Avatar
      athena484 -
      We're getting started homeschooling, and this would be a great help!
    1. Trixieplus3's Avatar
      Trixieplus3 -
      I would love to try MBTP with my girls.
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      Trixieplus3 -
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    1. MaggieP's Avatar
      MaggieP -
      Would love to win this! We have been trying out different curriculums, but nothing has been a hit yet. MBTP looks great, has great reviews and I think would be a great fit for our family. It is on my list for this coming year as a possibility.
    1. JenJen75's Avatar
      JenJen75 -
      I think a literature based curriculum would be a better fit for us than what I chose this past year.
      I would love a chance to try out Moving Beyond the Page.
    1. Shehof's Avatar
      Shehof -
      I would love to win this! We are starting homeschooling this year and Moving Beyond the Page is my first choice. I think it would work really well for my 8 year old son.
    1. bbrrss's Avatar
      bbrrss -
      would love to win the 12-14 curriculum for my daughter!
    1. Jennifer Williams's Avatar
      Jennifer Williams -
      I am new to homeschooling and I would like to homeschool my nine-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl for the first time in September. I would love to have a curriculum to give me more confidence for my first year.
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