Giveaway: $120 K-5 science package from Be Naturally Curious

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Note: This giveaway is open internationally. Yay, international readers!

Welcome to this week's giveaway–sponsored by Be Naturally Curious!

From Valerie at Be Naturally Curious:

"I am a mom to two energetic and inquisitive young girls and also happen to be a former college Biology professor.

One of my greatest passions in life is to help ALL kids experience the joy in learning science and exploring nature!

I believe this is best done by focusing on concepts and reinforcing learning with multiple, non-traditional teaching techniques, which is why I started Be Naturally Curious, creating science and nature mini-courses for kids grades K-5.

I love to share and discuss ideas about science and learning on our Facebook page —please come connect with us!

I've enlisted the help of several other scientists, many of whom are also moms, to make mini-courses on really important and fascinating scientific concepts (these are the real thing—nothing watered down here!).

Current mini-courses include:

  • Take Off with Airplane Science
  • A Wide World of Vertebrates
  • A Butterfly's Evening Adventure
  • Freddie and His Ocean Friends
  • Molecules are Everywhere
  • The Adventures of Carbon
  • Discovering DNA
  • Mighty Magnets
  • Life in the Desert
  • See with your Ears!
  • Our Neighbor, the Moon!
  • Amazing Animal Migrations

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They are designed to give parents the tools to teach higher-level scientific concepts to all styles of learners. Whether you have a kinesthetic learner or a visual one, your child can master everything from molecules and DNA to ecosystems and the carbon cycle.

As moms ourselves, we specifically designed the courses so they can be done easily at home or on a trip with minimal supplies—most materials can be cut directly from the course print out. We believe science can be done anywhere!

Each mini-course focuses on a different scientific concept, whether it be how airplanes fly or how dolphins echolocate.

Every mini-course is designed to appeal to all kinds of learners and a wide range of ages (grades K-5), and includes a beautifully illustrated story, a board or card game, a movement-based activity, a craft or modeling activity, and an experiment or outdoor exploration activity.

Try them with all the kids in your family—each person has his or her own best way to learn!

Each mini-course also includes additional resources to allow kids to follow their curiosity (the most important thing we can develop!) and concept badges kids can add to their Science Tool Kits (print out included in each mini-course.)

The prize

One Simple Homeschool reader will win a complete set of Be Naturally Curious mini-courses (worth $120), in PDF format!

PDFs can be printed in their entirety or in part for the activity materials.

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How to Win

To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment on this post answering this question: How old are your kids, and which mini-course would interest them most right now? (See list of courses above.)

(If you're reading this via email or reader, you must click here to leave your comment on this post at Simple Homeschool. Comments or emails left elsewhere don't count as entries.)

Note: This giveaway is open internationally. Yay, international readers!

For an extra entry, share about this giveaway on Facebook, using the buttons at the bottom of this post. Then leave another comment here letting me know you've done so!

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Special Offer

Be Naturally Curious is offering Simple Homeschool readers 50% OFF all purchases of mini-courses through August 31st.

That makes each course just $5, so go ahead and stock up for the upcoming school year! Use the discount code SH2016SUMMER at check out.

This giveaway will end on Thursday, August 4th at 6:30am ET, and I'll contact the winner via email. Good luck!


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