This giveaway has ended! Congratulations to our winners:
On the fifth day of Christmas Giveaways, FIVE winners will receive . . . MapTrek: 2-CD Collection from Knowledge Quest!
To enter, use the Rafflecopter below!
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Here is what all 5 winners will receive:
The Complete Collection CD
Atlas and Outline Maps of World History
Have you ever been teaching a history lesson when one of your children pipes up with a question. “Mom, is Carthage a city in Oregon or some other country?” Oh dear, you think to yourself and then calmly explain, “Honey, first of all, Oregon is a state, not a country. And Carthage no longer exists, but I think it was located on the northern tip of Africa across the Mediterranean Sea from Italy.” After receiving two or more questions along this vein, you realize that you need some better resources.
Actually, you only need ONE!
Map Trek is an atlas plus historical outline maps that allow you to teach geography alongside history. This is a resource that any homeschool parent can use with brilliant success, even if you don’t remember a thing from your history or geography classes in public school.
Grab your children by the hand. It’s time to explore our world throughout history. Let’s take a map trek! This NEW, Hot-Off-The-Press CD-ROM contains all four Map Trek map sets – Ancient World, Medieval World, New World and Modern World – plus includes three additional bonuses, including complete world and continent maps, along with drawing grids to help your children really become familiar with the countries of our world. (PC and Mac compatible)
Atlas and Outline Maps of World History
Have you ever been teaching a history lesson when one of your children pipes up with a question… “Mom, is Texas a state or its own country?” You smile to yourself and are tempted to answer, “Yes, Texas is a state, but they would sure rather be their own country!” But you hold your tongue and decide that it’s time to review U.S. geography. Then you wonder if you can combine this study with your current U.S. history studies…
The answer is, “Yes, you can!”
Map Trek: U.S. Edition is an atlas plus historical outline maps that allow you to teach geography alongside history. This is a resource that any homeschool parent can use with brilliant success, even if you don’t remember a thing from your history or geography classes in public school.
Grab your children by the hand. It’s time to explore our world throughout history. Let’s take a map trek! This NEW, hot-off-the-press CD-ROM contains 53 historical maps, 50 state maps, 3 U. S. maps in different sizez, and 106 student maps. (PC and Mac compatible)
And here’s a free gift for everyone . . .
December is a time when the world, in its frantic rush to find meaning, joins together to celebrate the birth of a baby who came to save the world.
“I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people” – Luke 2:10
Whether you say, “Joyeux Noel” or “Sretan Bozic” or “Krismasi Njema”, the meaning is the same… We wish you a Merry Christmas!
Celebrate with the world by serving some delicious Christmas recipes this December. When you sign up for the free twice-monthly Knowledge Quest newsletter, you will receive Figgy Pudding, Stollen and Tamales absolutely free.
A Gift for You… A Gift for Them!
Also, this December, we’ll be giving gifts to the needy in Asia through the Gospel for Asia Christmas Gift Catalog. Here’s how…
When we reach 32,000 subscribers to the Knowledge Quest newsletter (we have 31,500 now), we’ll give a family a pair of goats which will provide “milk, meat and a message of HOPE” to a family in Asia.
When we reach 34,000 subscribers, we’ll give a family a water buffalo!
When we reach 35,000 subscribers, we’ll give a whole barn full of animals – 3 pairs of chickens, a pair of goats, one lamb, one cow and a pair of pigs!
When we reach 40,000 subscribers, we’ll provide a water well for a community!
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79 thoughts on “On the fifth day of Christmas Giveaways . . .”
I would like to go to New Zealand, or Italy, or England. Can’t decide.
I would love to visit Ireland!
I would love to visit England
What a cool product! I can see this being used for way more than history!
That’s a smart way of thinnikg about it.
I would visit Ireland.
I’d love to visit Ireland
I’d love to go to Scotland or (on the OTHER side of the planet) New Zealand!
I would want to visit Germany! I have a great friend there I met in high school when she came to the US to be a foreign exchange student!
Our family wants to visit Egypt. My daughter loves everything to do with Egypt!
I would love to go to Russia – I have some friends who live there and would love to visit them!
I would love to go to Italy, they have such great history and art. It would be so educational to my child.
I’d love to visit Scotland..to see all the places I’ve read about!1
I would love to visit the British Isles. Scotland, Ireland, Wales, England.
I would love to visit Thailand! Or India, or anywhere exotic like Bali!
Italy would be awesome!
I LOVE Italy and would go back in a heartbeat!
I would love to go to Italy! My husband went for 3 weeks on a work trip while I stayed home with the kids. I would love for all of us to go together.
France is my Country of choice 🙂
I would love to visit Alaska with my family!
Ireland is where I’d love to go.
Ireland is my choice too. 🙂
Definitely wanting help here! Thanks for offering this…
Any where in Asia.
That’s a hard choice. I think it would be Italy. I’ve seen a lot of pictures of it recently that are beautiful.
toss up between Germany where my family is from, and China, where I hope to one day adopt from
I’d love to go to Italy.
I’d visit the Basque Country, New Zealand or Italy.
Ireland! or Italy. 🙂
Italy! Although Ireland is a close second!
Gosh, that’s a hard choice…so many great places to visit that I’ve never been! I guess, if I had to choose just one, it would be France. I do speak French and it would be wonderful to have a chance to speak it in the native land!
I have always wanted to go to Ireland!
So many places I’d love to go, Africa would be at the top of the list.
India for sure!
We’d love to go to Australia and New Zealand.
I’d love to visit Israel and the surrounding areas. Maybe the places Paul went on his journeys. That would be awesome!!!!
I want to go to Ireland!! I want to see where most of my heritage comes from!
I’d pick Australia and New Zealand.
Its hard to limit. I would love to visit all Europe but of I had to pick only one I think ireland
Back to Italy…I am missing it so much!
France! I managed to make it to Quebec and studied there for a year when I was younger but still have never hopped the pond.
I would love to visit Australia!!
I would love to visit Israel.
I’d love to go back to Scotland!
There are so many countries I’d love to visit, but Italy would probably be at the top of list! 🙂
Israel is where I want to visit!
anywhere in Israel
If I could choose only one it would be England.
There really isn’t anywhere we wouldn’t like to go, but we have really been wanting to go to Scotland to learn more about our heritage.
I would go to Greece
I would love to visit England with the whole family!
I would go to Norway.
I’ve been privileged to visit many, many countries (part of my job), and I loved traveling to them all. But I’ve always wanted to go to New Zealand, and have never had the opportunity (not helped by the crazy long plane flight). It looks so beautiful, with so many amazing places to see, I wish I could go-
Ireland! To check out my Irish roots! Plus my kids think the accents are cool!
Old Europe, all of it.
I would love to take my family to New Zealand.
We would love to visit Scotland! We went to Nova Scotia (New Scotland) over 23 years ago for our honeymoon. What a delight it would be for whole family to go on our 25th wedding anniversary!
I have always wanted to travel to Australia.!
I’d love to go to Australia!!
No question about it, Holland! Tulips, windmills and canals… I’m ready to pack my bags tonight!