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Giveaway Week 1: The Fun Spanish and Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal

UPDATE: Congratulations to Shonna Rice, who is the winner of Mere Christianity Critical Analysis and Mary Storm, who is the winner of The Fun Spanish! Please check your email for more information. Our next giveaway is for Total Transcript Solution and The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships.

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Our 2014 Homeschool Giveaways start out this week with The Fun Spanish from Brookdale House and Mere Christianity Critical Analysis from Home School Adventure Co. Entering is easy – just visit our Homeschool Curriculum Reviews area and post a short (but original) review of a homeschool resource that you have used. It need only be a few sentences, but your feedback might help someone make a better decision about whether it will work for them.

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The Fun Spanish

The Fun Spanish Elementary Spanish CurriculumThe Fun Spanish is a fun, beginning Spanish program which teaches Spanish the Charlotte Mason way, one fun phrase at a time. Elementary children read fun Spanish sentences, write fun Spanish sentences, and draw fun silly pictures to aid in memory retention. With The Fun Spanish children draw pictures of green cats, orange rats, fish in trees, and blue houses with wings. Verb conjugations included are the following: ser (to be) , estar (to be), tener (to have), vivir (to live), comer (to eat), jugar (to play), saltar (to jump), ver (to see), oír (to hear), dormir (to sleep) and querer (to want). Besides verb conjugation, prepositions, and a host of vocabulary, children using The Fun Spanish also learn the fundamental structure of Spanish sentences. At one lesson every two weeks, The Fun Spanish is a yearlong program.

The Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal

Mere Christianity Critical Analysis“The classic work commonly known as Mere Christianity is actually a four-book series which explores the common ground upon which all Christians stand. It brings together Lewis’ legendary radio talks broadcast during World War II previously published as: Right and Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of the Universe, What Christians Believe, Christian Behavior, and Beyond Personality (or First Steps in the Doctrine of the Trinity), and provides an unequaled opportunity for believers and nonbelievers alike to hear this powerful apologetic for the Christian faith.

The Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal is a powerful tool to strengthen critical thinking while cultivating a biblical worldview. Although it was originally created to be a companion resource to Philosophy Adventure, it may also be used as group or independent study for teenagers or adults.”

One lucky winner will win each of these resources. Winners will be announced on Thursday, March 20.

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Mary Ann Kelley

Mary Ann Kelley lives in Virginia with her husband and has two daughters, both homeschool graduates. Mary Ann, who homeschooled off and on for 16 years, believes in school choice as well as allowing children to direct their own learning with guidance and input from their parents. Her desire is to encourage parents and children to take personal responsibility for their own educational options and choices.

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