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Heritage History Giveaway

Heritage History Homeschool Curriculum

     So far we have three of these selections, and now you have a chance to build your own Heritage History library, too!

The Proprietor's Heritage History Bookshelf (as shared on their blog):

Giveaway Information:
     Heritage History has generously offered to giveaway one curriculum CD to one of the readers of a glimpse of our life! (Enter Rafflecopter form below.) Click here for my review and read more about their curriculum sets, libraries, and individual eBooks.

Heritage History Homeschool Curriculum


Offer valid Nov. 1 - Jan. 31
The discount code HERITAGE allows customers to get Heritage History's Early America library for free ($19.99) with the purchase of any curriculum (5 choices: Young Readers, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, British Middle Ages, and British Empire; each $24.99).  Put both items in the cart and apply the discount code which will deduct the $19.99 cost of the library.

Disclaimer: Heritage History provided me with one CD for the purpose of my review here. My affiliate code HERITAGE is included in this post. Share it with your friends!
Jennifer
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44 comments:

  1. I'd like the Young Readers curriculum for my daughters since it is their age level. Thanks!

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  2. It would be really hard to choose, but I think I'd like the British Middle Ages CD. Just because that's a period of history that fascinates me and I think my students would like it too.

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  3. I'd like the Early America CD set--it's perfect for what we're studying right now in school.

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  4. I would choose Ancient Greece because we will be studying that part of history next year. I think ahead!

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  5. Early America or Ancient Greece

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  6. Young Readers for us.

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  7. I would choose the Young Readers.

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  8. I have been eyeing the young readers for a long time... Thanks for this chance to win!

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  9. I would choose Early American's because I think it is very important to teacher our children how our country came to be.

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  10. Early America CD as it fits perfectly with our other studies right now.

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  11. I love Heritage History! I would choose Early America.

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  12. The young readers collection.

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  13. Oh, my daughter would like the British Middle Ages one! That's right up her alley.

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  14. I would probably start out with the Young Readers Collection. I'd love to try this curriculum!

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  15. British middle ages as my son is fascinated by it now debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  16. I'd love the British Middle Ages because that's the time period we are starting to study.

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  17. Early America as my kids are really into studying that time right now.

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  18. I would choose the young readers since that would fit all 4 of my kids reading levels.

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  19. I would choose the young readers. It looks like it would fit my kids best.

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  20. I would use it with em, so I'd need the Young Readers, I believe:)I just keep getting work that is above her level. I'd love to make it fun!

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  21. Not sure if my comment took! I'd choose Young Readers classical

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  22. Modern Europe - would love to go through that with my kids!

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  23. This is my fave thing: http://heritage-history.com/www/heritage-store.php?pid=hcc_hcc_young-readers_1

    My Name: Heather Abbe
    My Email: abbegirl1977 at gmail dot com

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  24. I would love to win the Early America Library! It has several great history books I want to share with my daughter. The topics being covered tie in wonderfully with our studies this year. This library curriculum would work best for Alyssa's age range and abilities. Thank you for hosting this giveaway.
    God bless,
    Tracey M.
    tlmswt2000@msn.com

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  25. I'd like the Young Readers curriculum for my daughters because that is their age level.

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  26. I'd like the Young Readers curriculum for my daughters.

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  27. Modern Europe
    Hi from the Crew, leaving soon.

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  28. I would like the Legends and Stories of Italy :)

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  29. I would choose the Young Readers because my children are young.

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  30. Early America sounds really interesting. I love American history. Lieutcrunch27 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  31. I would pick the Young Readers for my granddaughter.
    paulajomyers@yahoo.com

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  32. The British middle ages since that is where we are in our MOH study.

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  33. This is great for homeschooling curriculum supplements!

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  34. I would like the Early America set.

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  35. I'd like the Young Readers curriculum for my daughters.
    adaliadelcompara at gmail dot com

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  36. I'd pick the Young Readers curriculum...i didn't like reading history much and thought this series might make it more interesting.
    annejk112233(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  37. I would choose the Ancient Greece curriculum as it was always my favourite historical period to study.

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  38. I would chose the Spanish Empire curriculum! It's a great subject, and there doesn't seem to be as much out there that focuses on that. kchara@aol.com

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  39. I would choose Early America Classical Library because this is where my son is learning right now (and age appropriate for him as well). He loves the early America history .. so this is going to be a great addition to our library. Thanks for the chance.

    grace
    ghalim at yahoo dot com

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  40. I would choose Modern Europe. I don't have many resources on this time period of history. It would be a great edition to our History studies.

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  41. I don't know if my comment went through so I am doing it again. I would choose Modern Europe because we don't have very many resources for this time period of history. It would be a great addition to the little bit of History materials I do have. dlphsmom at aim dot com

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  42. I would really like the you g America series as we will be studying American History next August.

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  43. We would like the Spanish Empire.

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