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Homeschool Moms Giveaways & Freebies Linky Party – Week 17

Welcome to Week 17 of the Giveaways & Freebies Linky party!  We’ve been having so much fun these last few months with some amazing giveaways!  Thank you to all of the sponsors so far! and Thank YOU for showing up and participating in the giveaways and freebies!

I have an important announcement!  Starting next week, we’re going to try and improve the giveaways and freebies even more!  Each week, the giveaways will be worth $50 or more!  You won’t want to miss the next few sponsors that we have lined up!

This Week’s Giveaway is sponsored by Homeschool Survival

Today, I’m giving away a $25 gift card to Amazon.com.  Why?  There are so many curriculum choices on Amazon and I have a feeling they will have one that you are going to need for next year.  Let me tell you about a few of our favorites!

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1.  Mystery of History.  We’ve done Mystery of History both in a group setting and one child at a time.  This year, my 13 year old daughter is reading it on her own for history.  We love how straight forward Mystery of History is!

2.  Explode the Code – All of my children have used Explode the Code in their Elementary years.  I feel like it gives them a good beginning grammar foundation while making mom’s teaching life a bit easier.  The workbooks are pretty self explanatory and I’ve never bought the Teacher’s books to go along with them.

3.  A Reason for Handwriting.  I like this program because it has the kids writing verses through the Bible and then drawing a picture.  It encourages them to  give it to a relative or friend or send it in the mail.


4.  Singapore Math – My kids always start math in Singapore Math and then we move to Teaching Textbooks when things get a litlte more complicated.  I love the way Singapore Math teaches you to think.  It’s different than my way of thinking, but it makes so much sense.  Keep in mind, Singapore Math is generally well ahead of other math programs of the same grade level.


5.  Christian Liberty Press – Nature Readers – I love how they tell a story about each specific animal or insect.  My children have learned so much by reading through these each year!

What about you?  What will you be buying from Amazon this year for your curriculum needs?  Don’t forget that you can sign up for a free 30 Day Trial of Amazon Prime where you can get free 2 day shipping, plus streaming movies!


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  1. We usually use Amazon to buy parts for projects.

  2. Mackenzie says:

    We buy everything on Amazon, from diapers and toilet paper, to gifts and curricula. LOVE Amazon1

  3. Rebecca Luke says:

    We tend to use Amazon for quite a few things, but I especially like to get school reading books through them.

  4. I would buy books for my kids. We love shopping at amazon.com

  5. Ann Forell says:

    I work with Infant & Toddlers with special needs and their families. I would purchase apps to share with families, if they liked them.. then they could purchase them on their own. Thank you for this opportunity.

  6. Dorothy says:

    We usually buy educational software

  7. We would buy books and more books! DD is learning how to read and there are so many books that I don’t want to just borrow, but keep for her future.

  8. I LOVE Amazon!

  9. Barb S. says:

    How can I decide? I think maybe some Douglas Bond books.

  10. Melissa says:

    We get books off of Amazon all the time!

  11. I would buy homeschool supplies for next year!

  12. I would probably get books.

  13. I would purchase a frugality book I’ve been wanting to buy! 🙂

  14. vivian mcwhiney says:

    my amazon card is full so it be a blessing

  15. Joanna Compton says:

    We’ll be using Amazon to purchase next year’s science curriculum!

  16. I would buy books. We love to read!

  17. I buy mostly books on Amazon but want to start buying spices and other foods.

  18. Katie S. says:

    I will be needing some curriculum for next year from Amazon! I already have it picked out and this gift card would help a lot!

  19. Becky M says:

    I would buy books & some other extra supplies that we will need for our next school year. 🙂

  20. I’ll be buying some math curriculum from Amazon for my kiddos.

  21. I use Amazon for just about everything! Have our list of books and we are ready to shop!

  22. I would buy books.

  23. Melinda E says:

    I just bought first language lessons on Amazon. I am also looking at FIAR for my preschooler and A Year of Hands on Science for all my kiddos.

  24. Melissa says:

    We buy so many different things from Amazon. My girls are always asking for more books!

  25. Lesley M says:

    I would buy some preschool hands-on learning supplies!

  26. I would buy some arts and crafts supplies to add to our curriculum.

  27. I would use it to partially pay for “The Classical Kids Collection: Vol 1” set of CDs to use for music next school year. 🙂

  28. Our family loves amazon- maybe a little too much! We need some basic school supplies and math.

  29. Jennifer says:

    I don’t know which of our curriculum is available on Amazon, but I’d sure be looking. Plus, we buy diapers from there regularly.

  30. I would buy the next math book and five in a row book that we need for my daughters schooling.

  31. Jessica Medina says:

    Books for the kiddos!!

  32. I would use it for something for my kids, probably all books, some that we haven’t been able to find at our small town library! 🙂 thank you for the opportunity to win!

  33. My amazon wish list is huge! Lots of parenting books, preschool toys, etc.
    that I’d love to buy!

  34. Debra C says:

    Our Kindle recently stopped working (not a reflection on the Kindle; the cord got yanked on while charging and now it won’t charge anymore). I would use the gift card to help pay for a replacement. It’s only been a few days without it and I already miss it (and so do the kids).

  35. I have several books on my wishlist! Maybe the Ancient Rome mystery chapter books I’ve got my eye on for next school year?

  36. Micha Lowry says:

    We buy so much from Amazon!

  37. Kathleen Parker says:

    Books, of course! Or maybe art supplies.

  38. Kindle books, curriculum and art and school supplies!

  39. Tiffany Marston says:

    I am eying a new Doc McStuffins backpack for my 4 year old@@

  40. I am wanting to get the Mystery of History audiobooks!

  41. Books!!! Not sure which ones. Probably a classic in a super nice cover.

  42. Cherie Trisler says:

    Hi there. I’ve actually already gotten several of our books for next year from Amazon, but there are supplies we need for science and language arts that I have on my “school wish list”. In case you didn’t know, you can have more than one wish list on Amazon and each one can have a different level of privacy, too.

  43. Kindle books!

  44. MP3 player or CD player for my son for some books on tape he struggles in reading and I am thinking listening to some book will get him excited about reading more!

  45. I’d buy spine for our proclick binder and some books on my wish list. Thanks!

  46. Judith Martinez says:

    I’m saving up for a kindle fire.

  47. Kelly D says:

    I would buy some books for my kids.

  48. Books for the kids and coffee for Mom!

  49. Books! And a birthday present for my son, which would probably be books!

  50. Lisa Brown says:

    I would buy books

  51. Jennifer Mathesz says:

    I would use the gift card to purchase the laminator I’ve been eying.

  52. I could use it for a number of things. The top two that come to mind are explode the code or our handwriting curriculum.

  53. Ashley C says:

    I’d get diapers for my daughter


  54. amanda whiltey says:

    i would use it to get paper products

  55. My daughter wants a new skirt so that’s what I would buy!

  56. Bianca Rogoveanu says:

    Makeup goodies !

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