• March 2018 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 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

    Click here for the official rules of this giveaway.
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    1. GHold's Avatar
      GHold -
      I would love to win this because we begin kindergarten soon and a full curriculum would be a great way to start the experience!
    1. Vlntine82's Avatar
      Vlntine82 -
      I have several friends who use Moving Beyond the Page. They love it! I would love to win the curriculum!
    1. Horseofcourse's Avatar
      Horseofcourse -
      This is the curriculum I've been wanting!!!
    1. OreMom's Avatar
      OreMom -
      I would love to try Moving Beyond the Page for my two boys.
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    1. Starlin Family's Avatar
      Starlin Family -
      I have been looking over the "Sample Material" and absolutely LOVE this curriculum! I know my 4th grader would be thrilled with it too!
    1. Ejb's Avatar
      Ejb -
      I would like to be considered to win this contest because my husband and I are brand new to homeschooling. We have struggled to find the right educational fit for our accelerated child who craves learning, but the schools around here are so resistant to meeting individual needs. We have been eyeing MBTP and would welcome the leg-up it would give us for what seems like a daunting task but one we know is in the best interest of our child and our family.
    1. tobrien0930's Avatar
      tobrien0930 -
      We would love to win this for our first year of homeschooling!!!!
    1. ProenzaNC's Avatar
      ProenzaNC -
      This package would give me a great place to start our homeschooling journey!
    1. Malena's Avatar
      Malena -
      We are new to Homeschooling this year and have yet to find a curriculum we love. Moving beyond the page looked very interesting and I would love to try it with our three kiddos
    1. Mama_Mab's Avatar
      Mama_Mab -
      I've looked at MBtP but have been trying to find the books used or a the library to no avail. Winning the whole package would be super!
    1. star909's Avatar
      star909 -
      I'd like to win because it looks so easy to use, with everything all together. I've never tried a curriculum package.
    1. SniderFam's Avatar
      SniderFam -
      I've been using MBTP for 2 years now, and love it! I'd love to actually win next year's cirriculum to use for both of my kiddos. Thank you for this opportunity!
    1. Dobbie's Avatar
      Dobbie -
      We are just beginning our homeschooling journey, and I've heard wonderful things about Moving Beyond the Page. This looks like something my daughter and I would really enjoy. This would be wonderful to win.
    1. scbusf's Avatar
      scbusf -
      My kids love MBTP units and we'd love to be able to have a whole year!
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      scbusf -
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      Jessica B -
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