• March 2018 Giveaway - Moving Beyond the Page

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    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.

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    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 March 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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    Comments 124 Comments
    1. franka's Avatar
      franka -
      It would be great to home school the grand kids and spend more time with them! This curriculum would be very beneficial!
    1. 3lilcloggers's Avatar
      3lilcloggers -
      This package looks amazing and it would be a blessing to win! We have been homeschooling for 3 years and piecing together a curriculum as we could afford so this would be really great to win for next year.
    1. Jessica B's Avatar
      Jessica B -
      We have been using this curriculum for years and winning a free year would be a huge blessing.
    1. sbeane's Avatar
      sbeane -
      My son really enjoyed this program for his first year. I would love to use it for my other children as well.
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      sbeane -
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      sbeane -
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    1. Vidpro23`'s Avatar
      Vidpro23` -
      HI! Would love to win as we recently moved to a new state and do not have all the resources available for homeschooling as we once did. I will have to start with new curriculum for 2018/2019. this would help so much!

      thanks for chance!
      A
    1. naumanea's Avatar
      naumanea -
      I'd love to try out a literature-based curriculum! We're all about reading in our house.
    1. WriggleNose's Avatar
      WriggleNose -
      I am a single mom of 4, ages 3 to 10. I will be homeschooling my older 2 children next year and this curriculum has really drawn my attention. I hope to win but wish everyone luck!
    1. Leslie Mallard's Avatar
      Leslie Mallard -
      My family is new to homeschooling, and high school curricula are expensive, as you well know. This would be such a wonderful (and unexpected!) gift to help build our library and resources for our 9th grade son.
    1. MorganClaudia's Avatar
      MorganClaudia -
      We are new to homeschooling and after a long research, Moving Beyond The Page is the one that gives me confidence to teach my childs, thanks to the amazing teacher/parent guide.
    1. Wahmaz's Avatar
      Wahmaz -
      As a single mom who is homeschooling four children, this would be a lifesaver for me.
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    1. sZander's Avatar
      sZander -
      I had to work the first few years of my daughter life and was just able to transition into being a full time stay-at-home mom and I want to get the most out of our time together by also homeschooling her. I think this would be an amazing opportunity for someone like us, who may not be able to afford it otherwise.
    1. Ktrumbies's Avatar
      Ktrumbies -
      Would love to win this . We are starting homeschool for the first time this summer. I've done lots of research and love MBTP.
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