Schoolhouse Saturday Swag (a giveaway ending October 20)

In this week’s Schoolhouse Saturday Swag, we are celebrating reaching 4000 likes on our Facebook page, by giving away this awesome set of DVDs from Go Science! The Schoolhouse Review reviewed these DVDs a few months ago and they were a big hit. We’re excited to give one of our readers the opportunities to have this set in your own homeschool library! This is a Creation based Science DVD Series, authored by Mr. Ben Roy.

Regularly listed for $14.95 each – or $79.95 for the set of 6 – Library & Educational Services makes the Go Science DVD’s available for just $8.97 each, or $47.95 for the entire set. LES is a wholesale company, serving “resellers, educators, librarians, home educators, as well as church leaders such as pastors or directors of children’s ministries.”

One winner will receive volumes 1-4 of Go Science!


Volume 1: Motion: Discovering the Laws of Gravity and Motion – includes a Gyroscope and Newtonian Cradle

Volume 2: Simple Machines, Sound and Weather – includes an Incline Plane, Trebuchet, and Making a Cloud

Volume 3: Magnetism, Engineering, Electricity, and Design – includes Making a Compass, Light Bulb, Solar Energy, and a Heat Engine

Volume 4: Chemistry, States of Matter, and Life Science – including Chemical Luminescence and Optical Illusion


This giveaway contest begins October 13 when this post goes live, and ends at 12:00am EST on October 20. To enter, use the Rafflecopter below.


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  1. Brandi L says

    My favourite science curriculum is the Behold and See series from Catholic Heritage Curricula, the Young Exporters series from Apologia, and the Apologia high school series.

    • says

      his favorite curriculum is not really a curriculum but he loves Usborne Science books. he scored at a 5th grade level on his 2nd grade Basic skills test just from reading Usborne Science books!

  2. says

    Our favorite science curriculums, so far, are from Queen Homeschool Supply(Their biology curriculum: Summer by the Sea)and Apologia (Flying Creatures of the 5th day).

  3. Liberty Boblett says

    We have used Apologia Science. However, we are always on the look out for new and exciting science curriculum!

  4. says

    The only official “curriculum” that we are using right now is Biology101. Other than that we put together our own lessons based on interest or findings during nature walks.

    • Gailya Keller says

      Sorry, just saw the question also…just too excited at this chance this morning. I do not have one at the moment because I am working on Pre-K right now and am just learning all this and getting started with everything.

  5. Laura Boshell says

    We are new to homeschooling and currently do not have any “books” to use towards our homeschool. So this would be a great addition if we win.

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