Giveaway: $103 US history package from Dover Publications

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History Comes Alive with Dover!

Dover Publications is excited to partner with Simple Homeschool to offer families a chance to explore and learn about the United States, its Capital, government, presidents, and other historical documents and figures with a giveaway valued at $103.00!

Alexander Hamilton Activity and Coloring Books and Paper Dolls: Color, solve puzzles, stage plays, and learn about the legendary Alexander Hamilton, whose fascinating life has spawned numerous books, articles, and a Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical.

Get acquainted with the justices of the highest court in the USA with this playful paper doll collection that includes all nine members of the Supreme Court.

Assemble a replica of the U. S. Capitol Building with detailed instructions and diagrams explaining every step of the assembly process. A brief history chronicles the building’s slow progress from the initial planning stages to its status as an international landmark.

Activity books contain mazes, secret codes, crosswords, and other puzzles that offer an entertaining way to learn about the Constitution and insights into U.S. history, geography, and pop culture.

Explore some amazing landmarks throughout America and discover interesting facts about Capitol Hill, the National Mall, the White House, and other famous landmarks of Washington, D.C.

Get introduced to dozens of important people: presidents, civil rights leaders, explorers, writers, sports stars, scientists, and more!

These fact-filled coloring and activity books chronicle the history of the US Presidents. Learn about major events in their administrations and intriguing tidbits from their nicknames and birthdays to their hobbies and pets.

Assemble easy-to-make punch out models of eight presidents. Make a gallery of presidents by matching their portrait with the appropriate frame. Identify and locate all 50 of the United States under their administration.

One lucky Simple Homeschool Reader will win ALL of the following:

How to Win

This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!

To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment on this post answering the question: How old are your kids and what time period in US History are they currently most interested in?

(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 only open to those in the contiguous US and in Canada–so sorry, international readers in other locations!

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About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She is the co-founder and editor of Simple Homeschool, where she writes about mindful parenting, intentional education, and the joy found in a pile of books. Jamie is also the author of a handful of titles, including her newest release, Give Your Child the World.


  1. My kids are 7, 5, and 3 and right now we are interested in early American settlements.

  2. Kids are 10 and 4.5 Both are obsessed with the founding of the country.
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  3. My children are 8, 5, and 2 and they are very interested in pre-Revolution/Revolutionary War history (Felicity books, Johnny Tremain).

  4. My dozen are ages 2-17, and right now we’re having a fine time reading about and imagining the early colonial period . . . but I think we might love the pioneer stories and westward expansion the best.
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  5. Aubrey Joynt says:

    My kids are 7, 5, and 3 and we are studying the American revolution this year.

  6. My kids are 10, 8 &3 and they are most interested in Colonial times.

  7. My DD is 7 and she is in love with American history! It’s really great to relearn it now as an adult to because I can appreciate all the details I ignored or forgot when I was in school. 🙂

  8. Thanks for this opportunity! My kids are 11 and 14. My 11 YO loves all things “little house” so we read alot about the mid-19th century. My 14 YO is studying the 16th century explorers and colonialism.
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  9. Jeri Thurber says:

    My daughter is 6 and she likes pioneer stories and colonial era stories.

  10. Renee Curry says:

    My kids are 19 and 11. So far my daughter hasn’t really shown any interest in one particular period of time in history.

  11. Rebecca (mamabee) says:

    My son is 10 and really into learning about the Presidents. We are in Classical Conversations and our focus this year is on American History.

  12. My kids are 6 and 8. Currently they are into American history and the civil war.

  13. Maren Boehm says:

    8,6,5,3, &3–Interested in Colonial America.

  14. Becca Hubble says:

    Only my 10yo daughter is homeschooling this year but she is fascinated with the Hindenburg accident right now. My preschooler doesn’t know much a out American history, but would love learning about it with the coloring pages.

  15. My kids are 5 and 1. The five year old is interested in Washington DC, the presidents (how and why they get that job) and early American settlers.

  16. 9,7,5,2 And we are studying westward expansion and obsessed with Hamilton.

  17. My kids are 10, 8, 6, 4, and 1 and we are studying the founding of America…and we are loving it!

  18. They are 9,8,7 and they are currently interested in the founding of the United States of America.

  19. My kids are 4.5 and almost 2 and we are just starting our homeschool journey, but my favorite period of US History would be the time of the founding fathers, the beginning of our country.

  20. 14, 11, 8. We’re studying American History all this school year so they’re excited about everything. My 11yr old especially loves the American Revolutionary period.

  21. My daughter is 9band we are learning all kinds of things watching Learn our History. It’s perfect for her age. This prize package would be so wonderful to receive. Thanks for the giveaway!

  22. Our kids are ages 12, 10, 7 and 4. This year we are learning about the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, Greece and Rome.

  23. Kristin Roy says:

    My daughters are 10.5 and 13. They love all things history and have been asking lately to learn more about the election process and the ways the government of out country works.

  24. Kristin Roy says:

    Sorry…OUR country 😐

  25. My kids are 11, 8, 5, and our favorite time period is colonial and pioneer. We love learning about the early settlers and explorers of America.

  26. Elizabeth Hadley says:

    My kids are 1, 3, 5, 6, and 9. They love reading about the lives of the presidents and also the founding of America.

  27. My kids are 14, 13, 11 and 8. They love modern American and World history. They are very interested in the first and second World Wars.

  28. We are about to make pass 2 through early American history. This would make it so much more fun!

  29. My kids are 6 and 9. My 9 year old is currently studying the American Revolution.

  30. My kids are 9,8,6 and 2 – we are not US residents as are an English family currently world schooling- but we have just booked our flights to the US so for our USA tour this would be AMAZING!! Can u bend the rules?!

  31. Krista Vossler says:

    My kids are 5 and 7 and are most interested in the Civil Rights era right now.

  32. My kids ages are 16, 11, and 8. We are currently interested in Pioneers/Westward Expansion.

  33. Krista Vossler says:

    Just shared post on Facebook. Thanks!

  34. My boys are 10, 9, 9, and 6. They’ve been eager to learn about the Civil War!

  35. Rebecca Marshall says:

    My kids are 9, 7, 5, and 1.5, and right now they are loving early American history and the colonial times, so this is perfect!!!

  36. My kids are 10, 8, 6, & 3 and they enjoy learning about the pilgrims and WW2.

  37. Stephanie Taylor says:

    My kids are 12, 11, 8, 6, 4. Currently we are interested in pre-history and the revolutionary era.

  38. Stephanie Taylor says:

    Shared on Facebook!

  39. My daughter is 7 and loves the Medieval time period! She loves anything to do with kings and queens!

  40. My daughter is 10 and my son is 7. My kids love the early history.

  41. My eldest is 7, and she is a bit of a history nut. She is especially fond of biographies. Right now we are studying ancient history and U.S. presidents/first ladies.

  42. My kids are 9, 7, 5 & 2. My 9 year old has been very excited about US History (know far more than I do;) and he is now getting into worldHistory. My 7 year old loves Native American history/culture and my 5 year old is interested in European History. This looks like fun stuff they would all enjoy!

  43. My kids are 10,8,7,5, & 2. The three older ones love learning about the civil war, and southern life on plantations because we have lots of family that lived in the southeast during that time period. Thanks!

  44. My kids are 7 and 9 and they are currently interested in the American revolution. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  45. Abigail Frazee says:

    Colonial/Early America-ages 6, 2.5

  46. My kiddos are 12, 8, 6, and 2. We are currently studying the Pilgrims and they love it! Mine have enjoys studying all history though.

  47. Abigail Frazee says:

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  48. My kiddos are 14, 12, 12, 10, 7 & 4. We are in 2 time period of American history depending on the age. On is 1815 to present and the other is Colonial. Fun to see some of the books, we are heading to Washington DC very soon so the president books and capitol caught my eye!

  49. Tammy Williams says:

    My kids are 15, 13, 10, 7 and 2 years old. My oldest son likes Ancient History the most, but my younger kiddos are most interested in American History.

  50. 11 and 9, Revolutionary War

  51. Malu Knowles says:

    My 3 year old girl has been learning her states. She has about 40 of them down.

  52. I have a 5, 7, 10, 13, and 16 yo. We’ve been studying the explorers and naturalists with US geography recently and enjoying it.

  53. Jennifer Hunter says:

    My kids are 8, 5, 3, and 1. My 5 year old loves all things Little House on the Prairie and that time period!

  54. My daughter is 13 and we are currently, and very happily, studying American History. We are delving very deeply in to the Revolutionary War period and the development of our government. So exciting to know she is learning the truth about our history in context and is developing a deep love for her country with all of her faults and achievements.

  55. Our kids are 10, 8, 5, and 2. We are big history buffs, so we’re interested in learning about pretty much every place and time, but right now our 10-year-old is really into the ancient Polynesians. Thanks so much for the giveaway and the chance to win!

  56. My kids are 8, 5, and 1.5. We are currently doing the founding of the American colonies and loving it.

  57. My kids are 17, 15, 13, and 7. We are all studying American History this year!

  58. my boys are 5,3, and 6 months. the big boys are just starting to show an interest in history. they are into learning about building houses so read books to them about the settlers building log cabins, read Little House in Big Woods, and watched a few videos. they also build houses with their lincoln logs.

  59. My kids are 7, 3, and 3 months. Currently they are most interested in the early part of our nation’s history- its founding and the events that helped shaped the beginning of our independence.

  60. Brett Elizabeth Spore says:

    Our son is 7.5. He is most interested in the initial exploration of the west and subsequent migration to and transformation of the west.

  61. My kids are 9, almost 6 and almost 2. We are getting ready to read Johnny Tremain next month and learn about the American Revolution. My son is most interested in prehistoric eras and dinosaurs and my daughter adores all the Little House books.

  62. I have an 8, 6, 4, and 2. We actually haven’t started YS history yet – we are doing Story of the World so we’re still in older time periods. But what a fun selection of stuff for when we get there!

  63. My kids are 16, 14, 8, 6, and 4.5 and we live in Canada so this year no one is studying US History lol. However, my oldest loved studying the American Revolution and I will be starting it with my younger three next year.

  64. My kids are 8, 10, 12 and 14.
    We are currently in the Renaissance, which my kids love!

  65. Courtney Brandwein says:

    My children are ages 11, 10, 8, and 6. And we are studying Early American History this semester.

  66. what a great giveaway!! My kids are 8 and 10 and most interested (currently) in the pioneer age 😉
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  67. Bonnie Holmes says:

    My child with high functioning autism is 15 and is studying US History in school. He loves history, it’s his best subject but he is failing due to information overload processing. He currently loves anything to do with politics.

  68. Judith Martinez says:

    My kids are 14, 12, 8, and 5. The younger ones have been studying the revolutionary war period. The oldest is doing ancient history at the moment.

  69. My children are 16,13, and 8. They like world,colonial and American history.

  70. My kids are 5 & 11 and we’re learning about the history of America & they seem to really be enjoying it. Great giveaway!

  71. My kids are 1p and 5 and we’re begining a unit on early American explpration.

  72. My kids are 10 and 5 and we’re begining a unit on early American explpration and they seem to enjoy it.

  73. Micah Mercer says:

    My children are 9, 8, 5, 2, and infant. My oldest two are currently interested in Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.

  74. Our kids are 9, 7,and 4.5. Our girls like all things cowgirl/pioneer. Our son isn’t really interested yet.

  75. Mine is 8 and she loves ancient history/the Egyptians.

  76. Diana U Shinde says:

    My kids are 11 and 8 and we are studying the Civil War.

  77. My girls are 9 and 11. They really enjoy learning about colonial times and the revolutionary times.

  78. Teresa Rollins says:

    Assisting emerging adult readers in English on American HIstory helping to learn on lower level readers to pass the citizenship test. These would be a great motivator to my students.

  79. My kids are 8 and 11 and we’re studying the American Revolution.

  80. Debirah Holter-Hugle says:

    12 year olds, one Hamilton crazy, one into colonial times, American Revolution era.

  81. My daughter is 6 and she LOVES history. We study Classical Conversations and have read Story of the World.

  82. Lindsay Madsen says:

    I have kids ages 9, 7, 4 and 2. My oldest loves all things American History and we are currently doing MFW Adventures in U.S. History. This would be great for us!

  83. Marnita Sonnenberg says:

    Would love to win the pack. We are Canadians but study history in cycles and next year we are back to American history. My kids are 12, 10 and 7. My kids really enjoyed visiting Williamsburg and Jamestown , etc a few yrs ago. My daughter loved dolls.

  84. My kids are 11, 10 and 8. We are studying the first half of American history this year and my kids love learning about the president as well as the wars (boys! ;). Thanks for this opportunity!

  85. My kids are 11 and 8. They are both most interested in current American history right now.

  86. 8,5…Pioneers, Western Expansion

  87. Susan Menzmer says:

    Age 13, and she loves learning about the space race and Apollo missions!

  88. My kiddos are 8 and 3. The oldest is very interested in western expansion, “the wild west”, and how the states got their shapes. 😁🇺🇸

  89. My kids are 10 and 8. They love anything anout the Revolutionary War, thanks to Liberty’s Kids dvds 🙂

  90. My kids are 9,9, and 6. We love studying the founding fathers and presidents in general right now.

  91. My kids are 10, 7, and 3. We haven’t done much with US history, so this would be fun!

  92. My kids are 6, 4, and 1. My 6 year old is interested pioneer life at the moment.

  93. Jamie Pinkney says:

    Our future leaders are 10, 5yr old twins, and a 2yr old and the civil war and President Lincoln is our newest journey back in time, and we are all having fun.

  94. My kids are 8 and 10 years old. My 8 year old is currently reading everything she can about ancient Egypt and my 10 year old is enjoying reading the historical American Girl books.

  95. My children are 15, 13, 11, 9, and 6 and we’re currently studying the Civil War time in the history of the United States.

  96. My kids are 14, 13, 11, and 6. I would have to say the pioneers because of the Little House books! But we have listened to the Hamilton soundtrack many times and that has gotten us interested in the Revolutionary War and the Founding Fathers for sure!

  97. Ann-Marie Todd says:

    My kids are 11, 6 and 6! This year we’re learning about the explorers and US History!

  98. Kitchen fairy says:

    My kids are 11, 9 and 1 1/2. My son likes anything with battles and they’re both interested in learning more about the 21st century. The baby likes to “draw cats” on history books.

  99. My boys are 20, 13, and 8. We are studying American history this year, but they are most interested in the world wars.

  100. Rachael Lever says:

    My two home schoolers are 7 and 15. My other schoolers are 6, 10, 11, and 13. They love all things fun and crafty and history fun is even better!

  101. Jodi Sherman says:

    My children are 11, 8 and 7 years old, and even though we are studying westward expansion, they have been truly interested in the 1950’s. They have been researching and completing projects on their own. Thank you for this opportunity.


  102. My kids are 9, 7, 4 and 2. The older kids are really interested in WWII.
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  103. Lauren Gaspard says:

    My kids are 8,4, and 21 months. My eight year old is currently interested in the founding of our country. My four year old does not have much of an interest in history yet, but I’m hoping she will gradually develop more of an interest and awareness.

  104. My kids are 4 (turning 5 in November), 2 and 2 months old. We are only 3 year immigrants are very much intent to learn American history together so any period in American history would be of interest to us. Teaching my kids about American history would definitely help us appreciate more the land in which we decided to settle in.

  105. Lynda Glasgow says:

    My boys are almost 8 and 10. They love early American history, and my 10 yo also loves WWI. Thanks!

  106. Hello! My oldest school aged children are 6 and 9 and we are currently studying the Great Depression /WWII

  107. Mine are 9,7,5,3,1. They are interested in Colonial America.

  108. My kids are 9, 6 and 10 months. This is our first year working on US history so they haven’t really had a chance to choose a favorite! I am so excited to discover this with them

  109. My children are 7 and 5 (and I have a two month old). We are currently learning about Abraham Lincoln.

  110. I have six children ages 16, 13, 11, 9, 7 and 5 … WHEW! We are studying and LOVING the Foundations of America. Thanks for all you do!

  111. Ages 14, 11, 4 and 2. Currently they are interested in the 20th century.
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  112. Amy Senecal says:

    Our children are ages 4-24, but we have only 8 still schooling, ages 4,6,9,10,12,14,15, and 16. We are presently studying Egypt along with The Good and the Beautiful and thoroughly enjoying our read aloud book, The Golden Goblet.

  113. My children are 12 and 5, boys. We like the exploration time period and revolutionary/civil war time periods also! Thanks!!

  114. My kids are 7 and 2. My older daughter is really interested in the early 1900s and women’s movement right now. My younger daughter is obsessed with Alexander Hamilton (mostly the musical), so I guess the American Revolution for her. 😉

  115. My kids are 10, 7, and 5. My oldest is OBSESSED with WW II, although we also have a pretty awesome opportunity coming up for a Civil War Living History experience, so want to add a little more on that time period!

  116. My daughter is 13 and she is learning about the Revolutionary War. She’s a big Boston Tea Party fan.

  117. Emily Smith says:

    My kids are five and one and my son loves everything to do with the American Revolution, but especially George Washington. We read everything we can get about him!

  118. Daughter is 7, 3 sons, 5, 2 1/2, 7 mths. Loving the anything pioneer related.

  119. Shared on facebook! 🙂

  120. My kids are 9, 8, 6, 3 and 2. The oldest two are currently studying US history–we’re just starting the coming over of the Mayflower and will soon be studying the American Revolution. Perfect timing for us!

  121. My kids are 11, 9, 6, 4, and 1. My oldest ones are pretty easily enthralled by history, but favorite eras are Ancient, WW11, and Rev War.

  122. I have a 9 year old and a 15 year old. They’re both into Dover stuff and studying US History. Thank you!

  123. Hi! My kids are 16, 9, 7, 5, and they love learning about the founding of America and colonization. Thank you!

  124. My kids are 10 and 11 and they love the colonial era

  125. My son is 5 and wants to learn about the presidents!

  126. My kids are 9, 7, 4, and 2. They are currently fascinated with the pioneers in America. Of course because of the Ingalls! Thanks for this giveaway!

  127. Hello,

    My girls are 7, 4, 2. The older two both have gained an interest in the presidents after a trip to my Rushmore over the summer. They have also been enjoying learning about pioneers and westward expansion through the Laura Ingalls books.

  128. We love learning about history! My boys are 5 year old has always loved the presidents! My 7 year old likes Vikings. And my 9 year old is obsesssed with WWII. My 2 year old prefers Brown Bear😄

  129. My kids are 9, 5, and 3. My kids are very interested in the Revolutionary War.

  130. My daughter is 9, and is currently interested in the Revolutionary War. Although I think Western Expansion is going to be a favorite area of study this year. She loves horses and wants to be a cowgirl.

    Thanks for hosting this cool giveaway.

  131. My kids are 6 (almost 7!), 2 and 6 weeks :-). My daughter is learning about the American revolution and we’re reading Little House on the Prarie, so early America!

  132. My kids are 7 & 4. My kids are really enjoying learning about the founding of America

  133. We are currently studying early America, the founding fathers, the 13 colonies and the constitution. This collection would be a great benefit for our family. Thank you for the opportunity. Kids are 12, 10 and 6.

  134. Danielle Smith says:

    So fun! We love Dover coloring books! My kids are 3,5,9,11,13, and 15 and love history. We just finished WW1 much later than planned because everyone wanted to read more books about it!

  135. My kids are 12, 10, 4 and 2. We LOVE reading about history of all kinds! They are most interested in the discovery of America right now!

  136. Jeanie Burton says:

    My homeschooled kids are 15, 13 and 8. They’re most interested in the American Revolution. 😄

  137. 11 and WW2

  138. My kids are 9, 7, 4, and 1 and right now love talking about pilgrims and Columbus!

  139. My kids are 12, 10, 7, 5, and 1. 12-year-old loves Civil War history, 10-year-old loves American Revolution, and the little ones love Little House Era.

  140. My son is 10 years old and we are currently studying early American history so we would love to win this package and add some hands-on fun to our history reading!

  141. Sheila Williams says:

    My kids are 12, 9, and 6 – they’ve been most interested in colonial times.

  142. My kids are 12, 9, and 5 and currently most interested in the revolutionary war period.

  143. Becky Thomas says:

    My boys are 6 and 9 and right now my 9 year old is interested in American wars, but that may be because we just toured Fort Pickens and Fort Barrancas in Florida. We are all history buffs and I plan on starting an American history unit soon.

  144. Sandra Sego says:

    My kid is 9 and most interested in Ancient History but we will soon be covering this period of history.

  145. Sandra Sego says:

    I am also sharing this giveaway on my Facebook wall. If it needs to have a public audience, please let me know.

  146. My 12 year daughter is absolutely engulfed in the new Alexander Hamlton musically. She knows all the songs by heart…lol. She has always loved that period of history… Williamsburg…the fashions….and the personalities of the people living in those times. She also is getting interested in the 50s – 70s history of America.

  147. My kiddos are 5 and 7 and they love the pioneer period!

  148. My kids are five and three. We just started our homeschooling journey this year! We talk a lot about things that happened during the early American years and what happens in local government.

  149. Hannah Costa says:

    My kiddos are 8 and 9. I’d say westward expansion is what they’re most interested in now!!!

  150. Christine Stanley says:

    I have a handful of boys that love American history, this would be a treat for my younger ones! 🙂

  151. I have a 9yr. boy, and we are studying Native Americans and how America came to be.

  152. Student ages 8, 11, 13, 17. We are studying Us government and civics.

  153. My kids are 7 and 4. We are currently studying the pilgrims and look forward to starting the next stage!

  154. Sarah Trott says:

    My kids are 15, 12, 9, 8, 7, 6, 3, and 0. They love Medieval and Renaissance history, but we are chronological over here, so we haven’t gotten to American history with most of them yet. They do love Hamilton, though, as as we live in Philadelphia we’re excited to visit a lot of US History places this spring in Philly! These books look awesome.

  155. Danielle Bramhall says:

    7, 3, 1.

    7to very interested in the beginning of the revolutionary war!

  156. Danielle Bramhall says:

    Shared on Facebook!

  157. My kids are 11, 6, and 2.

    We are studying pre-revolutionary US history right now.

  158. I am the mother of 8 children. My oldest is just finishing her homeschooling education. My other children ages: 17, 14, 12, 7, 5, 3, 3, and 0. Their currently learning all different areas of History. Early America, World History, U.S. History, local state history
    These books look like a fun and interesting way to learn history.

  159. My kids are 7, 5, 3, and 1. They are most interested in the American Revolution right now!

  160. Our boys are 10 and 9. They like the Oregon Trail timeframe as well as the Westward expansion

  161. My kids are almost 7 (first grade), almost 5 (TK), and 2 1/2. We are in our first year of homeschooling and are being exposed to stories from ancient history, as well as English history. My eldest loves just about any story he can get his hands on so I’m not sure he has a favorite!

  162. My daughter is 13, and she LOVES history. If she had to pick one time period…she says she’d have to pick Ancient history (specifically Greek and Roman mythology).

  163. Jennifer Henderson says:

    My oldest are 8 year old boy/girl twins. We are currently studying Colonial American History and they really enjoy it!

  164. Shared on Facebook!

  165. My kids are 7, 4, 2 and 9 days. My oldest is really interested in our early presidents.

  166. I have a 13 and a 15 year old. We are actually studying US history this year with a trip planeed to Philadelphia, Boston and DC. They are very interested and excited about walking in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers.

  167. 6 kids aged 4 months to 16 years.

    We especially love the 1940s and WWII.

  168. My kids are 12, 8, 5, and 4. They are all currently interested in the pioneer days of the westward expansion. Thank you the chance to win these great resources.

  169. My kids are 9, 7 and 4. We’re currently learning about the American Revolution!

  170. Charisse Isa says:

    Mine are 19, 16, 11, 9. They enjoy earlyAmerican history.

  171. Charisse Isa says:

    Shared in my homeschool group.

  172. My son is 15, but I also babysit my two grandchildren, 21 months and 2 months.
    My son is in the middle ages but we discuss American history very often, especially the Revolutionary War. We love to use Dover materials and have several coloring books and paperdoll sets.

  173. This looks great! My kids are 8 and 4. We have been studying American history this year and currently we are learning about U.A. Westward expansion. We have enjoyed learning about all of it.

  174. My kiddos are 12, 11, 8,7, and 5. We’re currently studying Columbus, so I’d hope they’re enjoying it enough to say that’s their fave!

  175. Kelly Collins says:

    My kid’s are 10 and 12 and love both the founding of our country through the pioneers and westward expansion. We love HIStory😊

  176. Dawn Graham says:

    My son’s are 11 and 7 years old. We are studying early American history. My 11 year old is facinated by both world wars, and has a co-op project due in May on George Washington’s military career.

  177. I have a 12,10,8 and 4. We are studying American history this year.

  178. My kids are 7 and 4. Right now we are learning about the Revolutionary War and they are loving it!

  179. Erika Bradley says:

    My kids love history. We talk about diffrent times in history depending on situation and what their curriculum talks about. My kids are 6,8, and 10. We would love to own this set. Thanks. My middle daughter would luv this because she loves playing with paper dolls of any kind.

  180. Alicia Morris says:

    My kids are 7 and 4 and they love reading about ancient history and the history of the united states the most. They are fascinated with how people used to live and how we live now and making comparisons.

  181. Tomi Carroll says:

    My kids enjoy all of history, but right now, its Revolutionary period. They are 18, 16, 13, 11, and 9.

  182. I have a 10 year old hands-on learner whom I could see LOVING these!

  183. My kids are 5,8,& 10. We’re studying ancient history right now, but we love American history!

  184. Kerry Fritz says:

    10 and 8. Revolutionary colonial history

  185. Lydia Gibson says:

    My children are ages three and five so they are still a little young to express an interest in a particular period in American history. However, he have been working on learning the presidents and the states/capitals.

  186. Alexis Taylor-Baker says:

    my kids are 8 and 6, currently they are interested in early Government, why it was set up the way it was set up, how the 3 branches work, the checks and balances.

  187. Dianne Kohler says:

    My homeschooled son is 11. He loves the Recolutionary period but is also interested in the Civil War and WW2.
    My 20 year old college student loves all history (A. Hamilton is a fave) and takes History classes for her electives at school.

  188. Dianne Kohler says:

    Just shared the giveaway on my facebook

  189. Heather Ingram says:

    My boys are 10, 13, and 16. They are very interested in the Revolutionary War era.

  190. My kids are 9, almost 8 and almost 3 and they’re totally into early American history right now, Revolutionary War time and early colonies and pioneers.

  191. Kristy Graham says:

    My kids are 7 and 2. We like 18th century American history the most!

  192. Kristy Graham says:

    I have shared this post, thank you!

  193. My child is 10 years old and interested in American

  194. My kids are 11, 9, 7, 4. We’re obsessed right now with the Hamilton musical. My oldest is also really interested in WWII

  195. Mine are 3 and 1. 3 year old is interested in trains at the moment. So I guess in history that would be the building of the rails. 🙂

  196. Betsy Wurth says:

    My kids are 15, 11, and 6 and currently most interested in WW2 and Ancient History 😄

  197. Laura Patton says:

    How old are your kids ? 2-14, 2-10 7 and 5.
    The time period in US History we currently most interested in? Establishing the Constitution. We had a blast with WW1, depression era and WW2 which we studied last year.

  198. I have 4 children, ages 10, 9, 7 and 5, and they LOVE history! Their current favorite time period is Civil War era history.

  199. My kids are 10, 9, 7, and 5. They seem to most enjoy learning about the pioneers Westward expansion.

  200. My kids are 5, 8, and 11. They are studying ancient history right now, but my oldest is also studying American history. She is particularly interested in Native American tribes. I am sure that she will have different favorite parts as we go along.

  201. Shared on Facebook!

  202. My kids are 9,7,5,2. My daughter just got the First Ladies paper dolls, and my sons were asking if there were any boy paper dolls! They would love this! Right now I would say their favorite time period is the Revolution-War of 1812.

  203. My kids are 11 & 6 we are loving studying the Pilgrims colonizing the East Coast right now.

  204. My children are 14,12,9,7,5,&3. Each is partial to a different time period. Great Depression, industrial revolution, Modern wars, colonization period, civil war, and my youngest is into Native American tribes/ frontier/ pioneers/ Westward expansion /wild west . This would be a marvelous resource for us.

  205. My son is 10 and I would say World War I and II time frame as well as Civil War era.

  206. My children are 7, 5, 3 & 1 and so far they’ve enjoyed history in general but haven’t expressed extra interest in any specific time period.

  207. My son is in 3rd grade and loves reading about the colonists. He especially keeps coming back to the Mayflower.

  208. 16, 15, 7, 5….Early American History/founding plus major wars we’ve been involved in (Revolutionary, Civil, WWI and WWII). 🙂

  209. I have a 6 year old and a 12 year old. We are currently studying early US history and are enjoying it. My 6 year old is super interested in the Boston Tea Party. My 12 year old would probably say the World Wars are his favorite part of history.

  210. My kids are 11, 9, 7, and 3. They are most interested in World War 1.

  211. My kids are 8 and 5–anything about frontier/pioneer America captures their interest!

  212. Jori wachowiak says:

    My kids are most interested in early US history. Fortunately, it’s what we’re covering right now! They’re 12, 10, and 5.

  213. I have four kids and my 8 year old just became interested in the American Revolution.

  214. My son turned 12 today. He loves WWII history.

  215. My kids are 5, 8,11,12. We are currently learning about the native Americans.

  216. 8 and 9. We’re at the Revolutionary War.

  217. This is such a great giveaway. My girls are 11 and 12, and they enjoy learning about the 1800’s.

  218. My kids are 5 and 8 and we are enjoying learning about early colonial period.

  219. Terra Havens says:

    My kids are 9 and 11. They love everything about American history. We are currently enjoying lessons on the American Revolution.

  220. My kids are middle & high school. We’re always fascinated by the colonial era. Thanks for the giveaway!

  221. Our kids are 6, 9 and11. They are interested in WWII right now.

  222. My guy is seven and digging the revolutionary war

  223. Sara Keller says:

    My kids are 16, 11, 7 and 4.
    My youngest 3 kids are studying American History this year with Sonlight core E. It seems whatever they are currently studying is their favorite.

  224. We have an 11yo son and an 8yo daughter. Our daughter is very interested in Depression Era and WW2 history thanks to Kit and Molly American Girls. Our son loves history in general! We’re currently studying the Revolutionary Time Period.

  225. I have a 6 and 9 year old and they love the colonial time period! Thanks!

  226. My kids are 12, 8, 7, 4, and 2. They enjoy learning about the founding of our country the most. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  227. My children are 9, 7 and 3 and they are most interested in the revolutionary war period.

  228. Holly Camping says:

    My children are 8, 5, and 4. This is a great foundation to start with history! Thank you for this opportunity. 🙂

  229. Ike and Owen are 6 and 8 respectively and love to learn about how European immigrants settled the US. Thank you! Sarah

  230. Ramie L Ahlstrom says:

    My kids are 14 & 11. They are currently most interested in the World Wars.
    Thanks for the chance to win!


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