• February Giveaway - Oak Meadow Curriculum and School

    SecularHomeschool.com is excited to partner again with Oak Meadow Curriculum and School on another amazing giveaway!! Oak Meadow’s uniquely creative curriculum includes assignments that ask children to read, write, and think, and also to paint, draw, play music, write poetry, and build things, encouraging balanced and healthy development.


    Join thousands of families who have discovered the joy of learning at home with this well-rounded and academically complete PreK–12 resource designed for homeschooling families. And be sure to check out curriculum samples, which will allow you to determine the correct grade placement and to see if Oak Meadow is the right fit for your family.




    This month, we are partnering with Oak Meadow to give away one complete homeschool curriculum for your grade of choice (preK-8) from Oak Meadow's renowned, creative homeschool curriculum materials to a lucky member of SecularHomeschool.com! To enter this giveaway, simply watch the following 2 minute video and then comment below with your answer to the question: "How would you describe Oak Meadow to a friend?"



    You may earn up to four additional entries for this giveaway by sharing this giveaway on Facebook and coming back and commenting to let us know, by sharing this giveaway on Twitter and coming back and commenting to let us know (with your Twitter ID), by sharing this giveaway on Google+ and coming back and commenting to let us know (with the post link) or by posting about this giveaway on your personal blog or website and coming back and leaving a comment with a link to your post. (Each additional entry must be entered via a separate comment)



    Click here for the official rules of this giveaway
    Comments 230 Comments
    1. Taimy's Avatar
      Taimy -
      I haven't used this curriculum yet but for the sample I found online and the people opinion on the video seems great and lots of fun for the kids. I would love to try it for next year for my kids. I specially love the creativity part. The video even called the attention of two of my kids who said they would love to try this curriculum.

      I would describe it to a friend as a fun, creative way for kids to learn an excel in their academic pursuits.

    1. mntnmom's Avatar
      mntnmom -
      I've been looking at Oak Meadow as a potential curriculum for years. I would describe it a gentle method of teaching your kids.
    1. mpippin's Avatar
      mpippin -
      I would describe it as nurturing the whole child in the education process. I've wanted to try Oak Meadow. I believe it would be a great fit for my child.
    1. h5rus's Avatar
      h5rus -
      I've never tried Oak Meadow but it looks really neat! I love the aspect of educating a child whilst being creative. I foster creativity in our home, so this looks like an approach I'd be willing to try with my girls.
    1. Queenmom2006's Avatar
      Queenmom2006 -
      I would describe Oak Meadow as a natural way to teach and learn, which is exactly why we plan to use Oak Meadow when we begin homeschooling in the fall.
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      Queenmom2006 -
      Shared on G Plus and Facebook!!
    1. WitchHelga's Avatar
      WitchHelga -
      Our family is new to homeschooling (started with our 6th and 7th grade daughters at the beginning of the year, so we are still trying out a lot of material for curriculum. We are not familiar to Oak Meadow yet, but would love to add it to our growing collection. Based on what I viewed on in the video, Oak Meadow allows the student to explore creativity but still maintain some structure. Also flexibility and freedom with the way subjects are approached.

      So pick me! Pick me!
    1. winoelle's Avatar
      winoelle -
      Shared on Facebook. This is our first year with Oak Meadow and we are looking forward to using it again next year for 6th Grade. My dd11 loves the history and science.
    1. popsicle1010's Avatar
      popsicle1010 -
      I would describe Oak Meadow to a friend as a complete homeschool curriculum that strives to inspire creative learning in children.
    1. luxiii's Avatar
      luxiii -
      To me, Oak Meadow is a learning option that teaches the whole child in an engaging manner that will instill a lifetime love of learning.
    1. Shmooy's Avatar
      Shmooy -
      Oak meadow Curriculum allows for a meaningful learning process by engaging the child's heart, body and minds. It covers a variety of subjects with an interdisciplinary approach that works well with each individual child's needs and abilities.
    1. Peggy Sue Harris's Avatar
      Peggy Sue Harris -
      I am a first time homeschooler for my child who will be starting Kindergarten this fall. I have been researching curricula for my child, and Oak Meadow is at the top of my list. That said, I would love to win the first year for free! I have already recommended it to a friend that homeschools, and I told her that it was a curriculum that embodied everything that homeschool is about. Oak Meadow is creative and interesting, and it fosters in children an excitement for learning, creating, and doing. With this type of learning, children become like a sponge and absorb everything! That creativity and hands-on touch to the program is the very reason that Oak Meadow is my first choice for my son's first year of education.
    1. jenpenny5297's Avatar
      jenpenny5297 -
      Oak Meadow teaches while allowing the child to be creative and enjoy the learning process. Will also share on Facebook. Thanks for the opportunity.
    1. Mslksdh's Avatar
      Mslksdh -
      After watching the video and looking through the samples, I see Oak Meadow as a free flow, nature based art-tastic curriculum that would really fit my oldest sons needs.
    1. Sionnon's Avatar
      Sionnon -
      I think Oak Meadow would be a great fit for my younger son, we'd love to try it out!
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      Sionnon -
      Shared on Facebook!
    1. Epiphany's Avatar
      Epiphany -
      I have looked at the website often and after viewing the video would describe it as a fun and creative way to approach the homeschooling process.
    1. Epiphany's Avatar
      Epiphany -
      Shared the giveaway link on facebook
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      Epiphany -
      Shared on twitter @lofteintentions
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      Epiphany -
      Shared on google +
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