September’s First 7 Giveaway: Olivia Literacy Bundle

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Dear Homeschooler,

Welcome to the September’s First 7 Giveaway:

  • Ready-To-Read Olivia Builds a House
  • Ready-To-Read Olivia and the Kite Party
  • Ready-To-Read Olivia Plays Soccer
  • Ready-To-Read Olivia Goes to he Library
  • Olivia Coloring Book

First 7 Giveaways

A few things to note before you enter to win. Three things are mandatory in order to qualify to win:

  1. Participate in the discussion by leaving at least one comment below on the discussion topic. Most discussion topics are a way for me to see what topics/features you homeschoolers really want to see. Help me make Dear Homeschooler a useful and helpful site for all by providing your opinion on certain things.
  2. Subscribe to the newsletter. This will let you know about new posts, features, and future giveaways. Fill out your name and email in the boxes on the right.
  3. Like Dear Homeschooler on Facebook. This is most easily done by clicking the ‘like’ button within the Facebook box on the right.

All other options get you bonus entries. Some options you can come back and do every day to boost your chance of winning. Winners will be notified by email within 48 hours of the close of the contest, and announced to the community in the following issue of Scoops, Dear Homeschooler‘s weekly bulletin.

Discussion Topic

So, Dear Homeschooler has been launched for 3 weeks now, and I have had a chance to meet some awesome homeschoolers. My goal is to build a community of home educators (Remember, if you are a parent, you are a home educator whether or not you homeschool). So, my question is this: How do you want to interact at Dear Homeschooler?

Prompts: Do you like to just read posts and respond through commenting? Do you prefer a forum-like format where anyone can post/answer questions? Do you prefer social media like Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter? Do you like Twitter or Facebook parties? Do you like the Snaps! feature where we can share and encourage? Although the Roll ‘Em Feature is currently under construction, do you like the feature of sharing public speaking/show and tell presentations?

Let’s get to that giveaway!

 

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Good Luck, Homeschoolers!

Jennifer

18 Comments

  1. I prefer Facebook – I like that it popsup in my feed and I can turn notifications on or off depending on discussion purposes or if I eant to stay updated or not.

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  3. I like reading articles and seeing posts on facebook. I have a toddler and a 2nd grader and love to read on activities I can do with them.

  4. I love reading- and commenting.this is amazing

  5. I prefer interacting on facebook (i “like” many pages on homeschooling and i also attend facebook parties often!) I also enjoy reading blogs and just commenting on them.

  6. I thoroughly enjoy reading, and prefer to comment on the blog post.

  7. I usually just read the posts and comments, I have so much trouble following forum conversations…

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  9. I love love love contests and free resources!! I have a 2nd and 3rd grader at home and a 4th grader and preschooler in public school who I also work with at home.

  10. I enjoy reading comments on posts that I have read. It helps to validate my thoughts and offer alternative ideas. I love to participate in Facebook parties on topics of interest (not so much twitter parties).

  11. I’m always looking for curriculum that would be good for us. We’re Kindergarten-Grade 1.

  12. I prefer to comment on the blog. We love Olivia!!

  13. I like commenting on blogs or Facebook.

  14. I prefer the blog/comment for sharing ideas (of which you have great ones). And forums for discussion/Q&A.

  15. Oh my daughter loves Olivia! What a great bundle!

  16. We love Olivia! What a great giveaway!

  17. I enjoy reading the posts and comments. With this being our first year homeschooling, I am trying to soak up as much experience from others as I can!

  18. I usually read the articles and see what other homeschoolers are doing

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