I’ve joined with fellow bloggers at Homeschool Blogging Connection to bring you some fantastic Out-of-the-Box Homeschooling ideas! I shared with you how to create unit studies using missionary biographies, gave subscribers a free set of missionary biography notebooking pages, and am now setting you up with a chance to win a Jim Elliot Missionary Biography Kit so you can join us!
Box Day Giveaway!
And now – take a look at this amazing Box Day homeschool giveaway! The winner of this giveaway will receive 8 boxes in the mail! How cool is that?
Box Day Giveaway! Contents of each box are pictured above and include:
1. Jim Elliot Unit Study Kit – Enjoy studying missionary stories in your homeschool! Get started with this Jim Elliot unit study kit (retail $44.96) from Tauna at Proverbial Homemaker.
- Jim Elliot: One Great Purpose from the YWAM Christian Heroes Then and Now series
- Jim Elliot: A Light for God from the YWAM Chrisitan Heroes for Young Readers series
- Usborne Children’s Picture Atlas for a fun beginning look at the different areas of the world. Mark the different areas you study!
- Usborne First Thousand Words in Spanish to have fun practicing a language Jim learned as a part of his mission to Ecuador.
2. The Usborne books in this box were contributed from Misty at Year Round Homeschooling and include Secrets of the Seashore, Planet Earth, and Billie B. Brown.
3. Twin-Tip Sharpie Set and Prismacolor Scholar Colored Pencil set from Amy at Homeschool Encouragement. These fun, high quality coloring sets are perfect for using with our grown-up coloring book series and any school project!
4. Wildlife Adventures Unit Studies – 2 Bundles (value $60) from Kelli at Adventure Homeschool. These unit studies will allow you to teach the whole family – together! Each unit highlights a different animal and includes bible, handwriting, science, spelling, vocabulary, language arts, history, geography and more (just add math)! Additional links for more research, and reading suggestions are included, as well as hands on Learning projects and activities for art and creative homeschooling.
5. Educational Usborne Sticker Books from Sarah at My Joy-Filled Life. The Human Body Sticker Book is packed with over 130 stickers to help build up a complete picture of the human body and how it works. It contains clear anatomical diagrams and color photographs, as well as stickers of organs, bones, X-rays and scans. Includes links to recommended websites to find out more about the human body and its workings. And, the Ancient Egypt Sticker Book will help you delve into the past with this lavishly designed sticker book, packed with over 120 stickers of magnificent monuments and amazing objects from Ancient Egypt. Discover all about life in Ancient Egypt while adding stickers of beautiful ancient artifacts to complete the pages.
6. A cookbook and measuring set from Ben and Me Blog. Rachael Ray’s Look + Cook—100 brand-new recipes, each featuring beautiful and helpful step-by-step full-color photographs that illustrate how to create each meal, along with photographs of the gorgeous finished dishes. You literally look along while you cook! KitchenAid Classic Soft Grip Plastic Measuring Cups and Spoons Set, Tangerine — The kitchen measuring cup and spoon set features all the standard size measuring cups and spoons, ensuring precise measurements for cooking accuracy. The handles feature both standard and metric measurements.
7. Features two gifts from the home businesses of Jennifer from Glimpse of Our Life. The Who’s Who Owl design is one of our popular flexiclips. Lilla Rose can help with #prettyhair. Cuts By Laser makes custom laser etched gifts, and this prize includes artwork provided by you. Your child’s drawing (or your own) can be etched on Baltic Birch and turned into a unique puzzle.
8. Asia: It’s People and History from Bonnie at Write Bonnie Rose. Is the land of Asia a mystery to your kids? Do they know who lives there? Do they know how to pray for them? Asia is home to more than fifty countries and territories and roughly three-fifths of the world’s population. Could you use some help introducing your family to this vast land? This sixteen-week course presents a brief picture of six nations. It is by no means all encompassing. Its purpose is to introduce your students to the people of Asia, share their stories, and spark curiosity.
You could win them all!