Charlotte Mason Picture Study Journal Freebie and HUGE Giveaway with 4 Winners!



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We are very excited to share this amazing freebie (valued at $42)  and HUGE giveaway with you! 

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FREEBIE: Picturing the Past – Charlotte Mason Homeschooling: Study of Art & History – 180 Day Picture Study Journal Includes 90 Notable Paintings Dated 1700-1930 – Ages 7 to 17 $42.00 Value!

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An entire year of homeschooling goodness is packed into this beautiful full color handbook! This workbook is excellent for a wide variety of ages, and not only introduces the student to some amazing works of art, but also helps the child discover the meaning, importance, history and story behind the pictures.

This book covers European and American History from a domestic perspective from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Students will learn what life was like for Americans and Europeans during these centuries. All of the paintings are carefully chosen to be appropriate for all ages, and do not contain nudity like many other books that are used for young students. Many of the pictures are about people, animals, home life, village life, and some of the pictures are of interesting places. There are even a few humorous pictures to study!

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About the Publisher

I stumbled upon Dyslexia Games (The Thinking Tree) online one day and was so excited about what I had found! We immediately contacted them and they sent us a great sample of their products! I have one daughter with some learning challenges, and another daughter who is dyslexic. I spent hours pouring over the samples and knew that these products would be an awesome fit for both of them!

Dyslexia Games was invented several years ago by Sarah Janisse Brown, a Creative Learning Specialist, who also home educates her children. When Josh and Sarah found out that their 8 year old daughter, Anna, had Dyslexia, they began their search for answers and solutions. Sarah was amazed and puzzled by the way Anna, like most dyslexic children, could create detailed works of art and yet still struggle with simple reading tasks. Sarah was determined to find out why such brilliant kids couldn’t learn to read.

All of their curricula was designed by and for learners with Dyslexia and Asperger’s, but that doesn’t mean that it would not benefit most any homeschool! Some people need to be able to use the colorful, creative side of the brain when learning to read, write and spell! By doing the pattern games, art mysteries and fun puzzles the right side of the brain gets activated when learning! People who think in pictures learn on a whole different level!

They were so generous to offer us an AMAZING Charlotte Mason Style freebie for everyone that enters the HUGE Giveaway!



GIVEAWAY DETAILS:

Winner 1 – Dyslexia Games Series A, B & C Print at Home from DyslexiaGames.com – $339.50 Value


This is an AWESOME package of ALL 3 Sets in the series available to download and use with your whole family!

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Dyslexia Games Series A
develops basic reading skills, corrects reading confusion, and eliminates letter and number reversals. Perfect for ages 5-8.

Dyslexia Games Series B provides essential therapy to 8-12 year old students.

Dyslexia Games Series C is for struggling students, including teens and adults who may need help with handwriting, spelling problems, memorization problems, concentration issues and more. 

Winner 2 – Homeschooling Journals Bundle of 4 (Paperback) – $117 Value
These Do-It Yourself Homeschooling Journals are so beautiful and creative! They are great for delight directed learning!

Spring Homeschooling – Do-It-Yourself Handbook: 60 Day Organizer, Doodle Book & Learning Journal:
Spring Theme – 60 Day Home Learning Journal – forest and spring garden themed journal. 

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Autumn Homeschooling – Library Based Curriculum Journal:
Autumn Theme – 60 Day Home Learning Journal – Autumn Forest Theme

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Summer Learning: Handbook for Creative Kids 
Summer Bridge – 60 Day Home Learning Journal – Forest and Summer Garden themed journal.

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Homeschooling for Girls – Winter Homeschooling Journal – Eclectic Curriculum for Artists and Writers
Winter Theme – 60 Day Homeschooling Journal

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Winner 3 –  Mommy Combo Pack (Paperback) – $79 Value

180 Days Homeschooler Planner & Organizer
Delight Directed Homeschooling for Eclectic Families. This is a planner, organizer and a coloring book!

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Mom’s Homeschooling Handbook: Home Learning Guide, Doodle Book, Organizer and Daily Journal
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This is a “workbook” just for homeschooling moms. Use this book as study guide, daily devotional and planner.

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A Tiny Treasury of Favorite Things: To Color When You Are Feeling Bad (purse size coloring books – therapeutic, comforting, & inspirational)

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Winner 4 – a $50 Gift Certificate to select anything from the Thinking Tree. You may choose anything from HERE

This free offer has ended. Here are the Giveaway Winners:

Winner 1 – Dyslexia Games Series A, B & C Print at Home from DyslexiaGames.com – $339.50 Value
Jen DeWitt

Winner 2 – Homeschooling Journals Bundle of 4 (Paperback) – $117 Value
Tracie Trim

Winner 3 – Mommy Combo Pack (Paperback) – $79 Value
Deanna Harrison

Winner 4 – a $50 Gift Certificate to select anything from the Thinking Tree.
Kristy Fahrenwald

Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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