Pop over to TruthQuest History and then check out what the Crew had to say HERE. After you take a look around, come back, leave me a comment letting me know which guide you would put your $20 towards and be entered to win! It’s that simple! If you’d like an extra entry, you may share this giveaway on your blog, Twitter, and/or Facebook. Leave an extra comment for each additional entry.
All entries must be in by Sunday at 11:59 pm EST. Drawing will be held on Monday and winner announced, along with a brand new giveaway. Please be sure to leave your email. If I have no contact information, I cannot award you as winner. Thanks!
NOTES: If winner has not responded by the Friday following the announcement, a new winner will be drawn. So be sure to check out this page every Monday!
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30 thoughts on “Last TruthQuest History Giveaway! Win $20 Towards a Guide of Choice.”
Definitely Age of Revolution! Just what I'm looking for and didn't know it was out there in this format!
We would start with Age of Revolution. A good supplement to what we already have planned for next year.
Would love to have Ancient Egypt/Ancient Greece as it would give my "older" something to sink his teeth into.
Shared on FB as well
I would put the 20$ towards the Middle Ages book. I've heard great things about Truthquest- would love to check it out.
I would definitely choose Ancient Rome. I love the thought questions in it
Edited by purplemom on May. 10, 2010 at 1:05 PM
If I win I will use it for American History for Young Students II (1800-1865)
I love TruthQuest.
I would start with the American History I (followed by II & III)!
We used AOR I this year and fell in love with TruthQuest. I would definitely buy AOR II for next year.
I blogged this giveaway at Peace Creek on the Prairie
I tweeted this giveaway.
I love Truthquest. I would get the Renaissance/Reformation/Exploration. That's what we need next. Thanks for hosting. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I would love the Age of Revolution III (US/Europe, 1865-2000) for high school! I love to opportunity to study the story of history vs. boring dates.
Edited by blondie on May. 10, 2010 at 2:37 PM
I Facebooked this giveaway
I've also shared the giveaway on Facebook! 🙂
I would get American History III. Thank you for the opportunity to win!
Peace to you,
I would choose Level ll as my son is in 5th grade this year and will then be able to start the 7 year plan.
I would like one of the American History guides, probably No. 3!!
I would get American History for Young Students II.
I would put my $20 towards Ancient Egypt/Ancient Greece. That is what I plan to buy for this next school year anyway!
I want them all! I'd start with American History for Young Students I …
janemaritz at yahoo dot com
Hi! I've always been curious about the TruthQuest materials, and I would purchase:
Age of Revolution I (US/Europe, 1600-1800)
…if I happened to win the contest. Thank you for offering this to your readers!
ejm (at) truevine (dot) net
After looking over the materials and reviews, I want all the TruthQuest guides! This is just the approach I've been wanting to take with my children for history. We've been using the Bible as our primary history book, but as we approach the doctrine-rich New Testament, a guide such as this would help us to maintain a God-centered historical balance. The Ancient Rome guide would fit our family best for the next school year. Thank you so much for providing this opportunity!
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Edited by Gracelett on May. 11, 2010 at 1:26 AM
I would put my money towards American History for Young Students I (Exploration – 1800). This looks like a great curriculum! Thanks.
I've been looking into Truthquest even before I saw this blog and would love to get one of the American History for Young Students guides (not sure which to start with since my daughter will be in 5th grade). happymop at optonline dot net. Thanks!
I have used these guides with my older children, but really want to try the younger guide for my younger children. This would start us off well for next year.
I would get Ancient Egypt/Ancient Greece. I have been looking at that for next year.
I would want to try the American History for Young Students I to use with my younger four. The book lists look interesting and since I just finished organizing our books by topic, I MIGHT actually be able to find the ones we already have!