Giveaway: $140 K-5 science package from Be Naturally Curious

Note: This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!

Welcome to this week’s giveaway–sponsored by Be Naturally Curious!

From Valerie at Be Naturally Curious:

“I am a mom to two energetic and inquisitive young girls and also happen to be a former college Biology professor.

One of my greatest passions in life is to help ALL kids experience the joy in learning science and exploring nature!

I believe this is best done by focusing on concepts and reinforcing learning with multiple, non-traditional teaching techniques, which is why I started Be Naturally Curious, creating science and nature mini-courses for kids grades K-5.

I love to share and discuss ideas about science and learning on our Facebook page —please come connect with us!”

“I’ve enlisted the help of several other scientists, many of whom are also moms, to make mini-courses on really important and fascinating scientific concepts (these are the real thing—nothing watered down here!).

Current mini-courses include:

  • Take Off with Airplane Science
  • A Wide World of Vertebrates
  • A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure
  • Freddie and His Ocean Friends
  • Molecules are Everywhere
  • The Adventures of Carbon
  • Discovering DNA
  • Mighty Magnets
  • Life in the Desert
  • See with your Ears!
  • Our Neighbor, the Moon!
  • Amazing Animal Migrations
  • Plate Tectonics: The Changing Continents (NEW!)
  • The Scoop on Sharks (NEW!)

They are designed to give parents the tools to teach higher-level scientific concepts to all styles of learners. Whether you have a kinesthetic learner or a visual one, your child can master everything from molecules and DNA to ecosystems and the carbon cycle.”

“As moms ourselves, we specifically designed the courses so they can be done easily at home or on a trip with minimal supplies—most materials can be cut directly from the course print out. We believe science can be done anywhere!

Each mini-course focuses on a different scientific concept, whether it be how airplanes fly or how dolphins echolocate.

Every mini-course is designed to appeal to all kinds of learners and a wide range of ages (grades K-5), and includes a beautifully illustrated story, a board or card game, a movement-based activity, a craft or modeling activity, and an experiment or outdoor exploration activity.

Try them with all the kids in your family—each person has his or her own best way to learn!

Each mini-course also includes additional resources to allow kids to follow their curiosity (the most important thing we can develop!) and concept badges kids can add to their Science Tool Kits (print out included in each mini-course.)”

The prize

One Simple Homeschool reader will win a complete set of Be Naturally Curious mini-courses (worth $140), in PDF format!

PDFs can be printed in their entirety or in part for the activity materials.

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How to Win

Note: This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!

To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment on this post answering this question: How old are your kids, and which mini-course would interest them most right now? (See list of courses above.)

This giveaway IS open to international readers–yay!

(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.)

For an extra entry, share about this giveaway on Facebook, using the share button at the bottom of the post. Then leave another comment here letting me know you’ve done so!

Special Offer

Be Naturally Curious is offering Simple Homeschool readers 50% OFF all purchases of mini-courses through the end of January!

That makes each course just $5, so go ahead and stock up for the year. Use the discount code SHWINTER2017 at check out.

This giveaway has ended, and the winner has been contacted via email. Thanks for your interest!

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.

Comments

  1. Ages 2, 4, and 6 and they would be most interested in
    A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure
    See with your Ears!
    Amazing Animal Migrations

  2. My kids are 7, 5, and 1. They would love Freddie and his Ocean Friends, A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure, or Amazing Animal Migrations.

  3. My kids are 5, 7, and 8. They would love plate techtonics.

  4. My kids are 5, 8, 10. They would be most interested in Butterfly Evening Adventure.

  5. My kids are 5 and 7. They would like Take Off with Airplane Science or Amazing Animal Migrations. Thanks!

  6. My 8 year old would be most interested in The Adventures of Carbon, and my 6 year old would be most interested in Butterfly ‘s Evening Adventure.
    Looks great! Thanks!

  7. My kids are 12, 11, 9, 7, 4 and 1. With that many different ages, hard to say which course they would all prefer, but the older ones have been curious about Plate tectonics recently.

  8. MY kids are 9 and 4. One would be all over the molecules while the other would adore deserts.

  9. My kids are 10. They would be most interested in Molecules are Everywhere. Thanks for letting us know about this program and the chance to win!

  10. Marisa Maloney says:

    My kids are age 7, 5, and 3 and one on the way. The one that looks most interesting is the “See with your eyes study”

  11. Sandy Anker says:

    The child I would use this with is my 12yo daughter, who is developmentally delayed. I think she would really be excited by the Sharks study.

  12. Keely McPhearson says:

    Hi! my daughters are 5 and 9, and would be interested in the Animal Migration and Plate Tectonics. Thanks!

  13. My kids are 7 and 4. My 7 year old would love them all! If I had to pick just one -maybe Life in the Desert. My four year old would love The Scoop on Sharks. Thank you!

  14. This would be for my 8 year old (also have 14, 17, 20). The Mighty Magnets mini course looks fun!

  15. Hello! My children are 8, 5, and 3, and at this very moment I think they would love the mini-course on the moon. Thanks!

  16. Miss 7 and Mr 10 are both Lil Scientists, so all the mini courses would be Naturally their favorites 😉

  17. Miss 7 and Mr 10 are both Lil Scientists, so all the mini courses would be Naturally Their Favourite !!;-)

  18. Aubrey Hajek says:

    These look great! My kids are 4, 6, and 9. Amazing animal migrations and sharks would be their top choices!

  19. My kids are 11, 9, 3, and 1. My 11 and 9 year olds would enjoy Discovering DNA, and I think I would learn a lot too!

  20. My kiddies are 12 & 8. They would be thrilled with “See with your Ears!” or “Our Neighbor the Moon!”. Thank you & God bless.

  21. Ann ONeill says:

    Ages 6 and 3, would love the sharks or airplanes lessons. Thanks!

  22. My girls are 6 and 9. I think the little one would like the moon and the big one, molecules.
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  23. My kids are 12, 10, 7, and 4. Honestly, they would love every one of these!

  24. My kids are 6, 5, and 2 and we’d love the Discovering DNA course.

  25. My children are 10, 8, 7, & 5. They would love the magnet mini course!

  26. My son is 8 and he would love them all! But most of all the vertebrate one or the Plate Tectonics

  27. Stephanie Spay says:

    My kids are 9 and 6. I think they would enjoy discovering DNA and Mighty Magnets. They all look great!

  28. Ages 4 and 6 life in the desert! !! So different to life in malawi where we are currently living! !

  29. Jeri Thurber says:

    My daughter is 6, and I think she’d love Discovering DNA and the Wide World of Vertebrates.

  30. My kids are 10, 5, and 3. They would love airplanes, butterflies, and the moon, respectively – because it would be too easy if they all were into the same thing! 😉

  31. I have a 10 year old (also a 15 and 17 year old.) The Adventures of Carbon would be great for him! Thanks!

  32. Christine Stewart says:

    My kids are 8, 6 & almost 4 and I think they’d all be especially interested in Take Off with Airplane Science. They each got paper airplane kits/books at their level for Christmas and flying is a hot topic in this house right now. And since the eldest wants to be an engineer, the middle child wants to be like his big brother and even the youngest shows some aptitude and interest in that area, just like her brothers, I think they’d all love the airplane lesson.

  33. Julene Heppe says:

    Ages 7 and 4. The wide world of vertebrates because that is what we are studying right now. Also Take off with airplane science because I am an aero engineer and I would love to explore flight with my kiddos.

  34. I have a 7 year old and since we live in the desert, I think the Life in the Desert would be great fun for her.

  35. My kids are 4, 7, & 9 & they would love the Mighty Magnet one! Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

  36. My children are 10 and 6. They would love Freddie and His Ocean Friends. What a fun looking science program!

  37. Lori Floyd says:

    Ages 9, 7, 6, 2 & 2
    They would love all these! Recently we have been discussing the Moon so Our Neighbor the Moon would be one to go along with what we are studying. But they are naturally curious and would love to learn about all of these..

  38. Lori Floyd says:

    Oh and I shared this! 😊

  39. Tanya Mironov says:

    My kids are 18 and 8.
    All the courses look great, but if I had to choose just one, it would probably be Discovering DNA mini-course.
    Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  40. These look so intriguing! My kids are 8 and 5 and we are big fans of airplanes and butterflies in our house. So naturally the Butterfly’s Evening Adventure and Take Off With Airplane Science ones jumped out at me!

  41. My kids are 3 and 7 and would love the sharks and butterfly courses.

  42. Kids are 6, 5, and 3. It’s hard to say which they would love the best because they all are great, but I’ll choose “Amazing Animal Migration”!

  43. My kids are six, five, and two. They’d love the Mighty Magnets one or Amazing Animal Migrations. Or any of the others, especially since my five-year old loves science!

  44. My kids are nine and five and Molecules are Everywhere looks like a fun topic.

  45. My boys are 10 and almost 5. They would love to learn about airplane science!

  46. My youngest daughter is 6 and I think she would love the Freddie and His Ocean Friends. But since my big kids are going to be studying chemistry I like the idea of Molecules are Everywhere.

  47. My kiddos are 7, 5, and 1. We’ve done and loved the echolocation study, and I think that migration or the moon would be very popular next. 🙂

  48. Hi. This sounds amazing! My children are 5 and 7 and would probably love all the mini courses but the shark and butterfly ones would probably be their favorite. Thank you!!

  49. How funny that you’re doing this right now! I just purchased my very first “Be Naturally Curious” course (Freddie and His Ocean Friends) last week and my 8 year old daughter is loving it! I also have a 3 year old daughter who is intrigued by the story and pictures. My 8 year old loves animals so I think she would also be very interested in the “A Wide World of Vertebrates” and “Amazing Animal Migrations.” Thanks for the chance to win more!

  50. Jennifer Cawood says:

    My kids are 14, 11, and 8. My 8 yr old would be fascinated by the mini-course on the moon and the one on plate tectonics, though I think the 11 & 14 yr olds wouldn’t be able to stay away! 😉 I personally think the ones on molecules and DNA seem interesting!

  51. Shared on facebook!
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  52. Brigitte Reid says:

    My children are 7, 4 and 1. I think they would really love Take Off with Airplane Science right now, as well as Our neighbour, the moon! I personally would love See with your ears! 😉

  53. My kids are 5,3 & 1
    My oldest is interested in lots of things they all look cool! But I think his most favourite would be sharks or butterflies

  54. Sarah Venn says:

    My kids are 7, 5, and 2.5. They would be most interested in the butterflies or the migration one. These look pretty cool.

  55. My guys are 9 and 7. They would love the plate tectonics unit.

  56. My kids are 10, 8, 6, 3, and 2. They’d be most interested in Plate Tectonics right now.

  57. My kids are 10, 6, and 4 and they would love the magnet one! They are fascinated with them right now although they love science in general.

  58. Melanie Mastro says:

    My 7 year old daughter would love Sharks!!!

  59. Kimberly Benedetti says:

    My kiddos are 8,7,6 & 2. We would the Take Off with Airplane Scence kit! Thanks!

  60. Jessica K says:

    Hello my son is seven. He would love the ocean animals one. He loves learning about whales and sharks.

  61. Katherine K says:

    My kids are 2,2, and 1 and they would love A Wide World of Vertebrates.

  62. Maya Pealer says:

    3,6,8 and it would have to be Mighty Magnets since we’ve been having fun with them. Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

  63. Age 3 1/2. Most interested in:
    Our Neighbor, the Moon
    Freddie and His Ocean Friends

  64. My 4 and 6 year old (and probably my husband too!) will be so excited about the new shark one!! Thanks for the chance to win!!

  65. Kids are 12, 8, and 4. Sharks, Vertebrates, and the Moon. 🙂

  66. my kids are 4.5 and almost 6. Right now, they’d be most interested in the ocean one, but they love science and would love any of them!

  67. Shared on Facebook!

  68. My kiddos are 7 and 9. We recently bought the Molecules package, and it’s excellent. We would love to explore magnets! Thanks so much for the opportunity!

  69. My son is 6 years old. All the courses look great, but I think his first choice would be sharks!

  70. Tina Cunningham says:

    My kids are 14, 13, 9, and 8. My kids would be most interested in Our Neighbor, the Moon!, See with your ears!, and the butterfly and shark units as well. This looks like an AMAZING program and my kids would be look to be able to use it.

  71. Thanks for this opportunity. I’ve always been “curios” about these! My kids are 13 and 11 and would probably most love Amazing Animal Migration.
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  72. This looks amazing! We will soon be the blessed parents of 9 & 11 year old brothers from the Philippines. I can’t wait to homeschool them, and this looks like a great science starter, since I’m not yet sure where they are academically and how they each learn. I know they would both love the airplane science, as they talk constantly about their upcoming flight to the US! Thanks for creating such a curriculum, and for giving us a chance to try it out!

  73. So fun! My kids are 6 and 2. I think the course they’d both enjoy the most is Mighty Magnets. Thanks for the great giveaway 😊

  74. My kids are 9, 7, 5 and 2.5. They love learning about animals so they’d love Amazing Animal Migrations or Seeing With Your Ears.

  75. Kayla Peat says:

    We have two boys who are soon to be 5 and 2. I think they would be most interested in Our Neighbor, the moon.

  76. My kids are 13, 11, 9, and 7. I think they would love ever one of them especially Take off with an airplane, Butterflies, and molecules everywhere.
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  77. Really interesting and engaging lessons! My kids are aged 8, 7, 4 and 1 and they would surely get curious about the “See with your ears” course. 🙂

  78. My 7 year old would love learning more about airplane science

  79. I have never seen these! What a wonderful intuitiveand differentiatedway to learn a science concept together. So tired of putting a round peg in a square hole! My homeschoolers are 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, and 15. My 15 yo would love to teach the tectonics and we like the one about the moon. None of us can remember the phases! After many tries!

  80. These look so awesome. My kids are nearly 8 and 9, and the ones I think they would love to do together are Life in the Desert, and Mighty Magnets (among others!).
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  81. We are using DNA my 8 and 9 year olds enjoy it. It is very simple and hands on. This is good segue into Forensics. I plan to try them all but the Molecules are Everywhere is our next stop. Thank you for this contest 😀

  82. Noelle Brandaw says:

    My daughter are 5 and 7 and I know they would love the DNA course!

  83. Lee-Ann dos Santos says:

    My girls are 5 & 8 and would love the DNA course too. And plate tectonics…and airplane science 🙂

  84. My kids are 12, 10, 7, 5, and 5 and they would love the plate tectonics course or molecules .. or dna.

  85. We have seven children ranging in age from 24 to 5! We have four graduates! Our final three are 13, 8 and 5. I wish these science plans had been available when my “big” kids were home! Our boys would love all the choices, but the favorite would probably be “The Scoop on Sharks” since our Patrick caught a sand shark at the beach this summer! 🙂

  86. Kristi Degood says:

    Children are 5 and 6 years old! Airplane science would be our choice!!

  87. Hello!
    My son is 7, daughter is 5 and our youngest is 2.5.

    They’d love the Butterfly Evening and the Airplane Science. Thanks 😁

  88. Chrissy stanford says:

    I would love this! Kids are 9,7,6,3. I k ow they would all love the airplane science!

  89. My girls are 7 & 4. They would love the Butterfly or Animal studies

  90. I have 6 and 4 year old boys. My 6 year old would love the butterfly one, he has been interested in butterflies for awhile now. My four year old would enjoy the magnet one!

  91. I have a 9-year-old and a 5-year-old. We would be interested in DNA Discovery. Looks very cool!
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  92. Kristi Degood says:

    Shared on FB!

  93. Dawn Sullivan says:

    Hi, My kiddos are 4, 5 and 10. All your courses sound great, the one they all agreed on is Take Off with Airplane Science.

  94. Dawn Sullivan says:

    Just shared on facebook too.

  95. Our kids are 8, 6, and 4. All of them look great but we have had a lot of questions about the moon lately so probably the moon one.

  96. My kids are 10, 9, 7, and 5. I think they’d be really interested in Molecules Are Everywhere!

  97. My 7 year old would probably be interested in them all but he has been having a lot of moon questions lately. 🙂 They all look fantastic and fun!

  98. My children are 9, 7, 3, & 6mo. We would love the Discovering DNA as this is already a popular topic for us! Thanks for the opportunity to learn about this curriculum. I love science!

  99. My children are 7 and 5, and they would be most interested in Plate Tectonics right now! In fact they were just asking about it last week. The materials look wonderful!

  100. My children are 7, 9, 11 and 14. My youngest two would love this science curriculum. I’ve looked at purchasing them a couple times 🙂

  101. My kids are 6, 4, &2. They would Life in the Desert. Thank you!

  102. Robyn McLeod says:

    Oh boy. How to choose? My kids are 10, 9, 7 and 4. The 7 year old is especially curious, constantly asking questions. I think they’d really enjoy airplane science and mighty magnets.

  103. My kids are 9, 6, 4 and 2. I think they would enjoy Life in a Desert and the Shark courses.

  104. Cheri Ayers says:

    Our kids are 7 and 9. We host a nature connection program on our land and they are enthralled the outdoors. I think right now they would love to dig into the
    “unseen” and learn more about Mighty Magnets and DNA discovery.

  105. I have three boys, ages 8,7 and 1. We love hands on unit studies and the whole curriculum looks great! I am probably most interested in molecules, DNA and carbon, as I am not as confident at putting together my own unit studies in those areas. The other topics my boys would absolutely love though.

  106. Jill Percy says:

    My kids are 10 and 7. Our boy would love Take Off with Airplane Science or Amazing Animal Migrations. Our girl would love A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure. We live up in the far north out in the bush, so they just love learning about the world around them and airplanes are the only way in and out. I am so excited that this giveaway is open to international readers! Yay!!!

  107. Jenn Khurshid says:

    My kids are 6 & 7. They would love The Scoop on Sharks!

  108. My 5 year old would love all of these, but in particular Our Neighbor, the Moon and Take Off With Airplane Science!

  109. Hannah Costa says:

    My kids are 7 and 8. They would probably like Freddie and his ocean friends the best! They are really into animals right now 🙂

  110. My kids are 5 & 7 and would love “Take Off With Airplane Science”.

  111. I have a 5 yr old little scientist who loves anything about animals and outer space and the human body. She wants to invent a new scientific discipline that covers all three, I think. In any case, she would enjoy a lot of these, including animal migrations and the moon, but I think the DNA one would be great for her because she’s really starting to get interested in genes and heredity and why she looks the way she does (she’s multiracial). Thanks for the contest!

  112. My kids are 11, 10, 8, and 4. We would all love the airplane science option. Thanks!

  113. Our children are 7, 7, 5, and 4. We live near a butterfly reserve so they would really enjoy A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure.

  114. Thank you for offering this giveaway! My kids are 2, 8 & 9 a d my older 2 would enjoy A Wide World of Vertebrates and Our Neighbor, The Moon!

  115. Samantha F. says:

    My children are almost 7 and 5. They are really interested in space right now so the moon unit would be their favorite but they love all things science.

  116. My kids are 9 and 4. They’d enjoy all of them (cos science!) but because of particular intrests right now, the molecules and migrations topics would be a hit.

  117. Shared on FB!

  118. My 7 year old boy is interested in the A Scoop on Sharks. I think my 9 yo boy would like the one on Molecules. My 4 yo girl has wondered about DNA ( thanks to Spider-Man). 🙂 My 1 year old will try to get into trouble. Lol

  119. Tara Bailey says:

    my kids are 11,9, and 7. they would love the shark mini unit

  120. Danielle Bentley says:

    My boys are ages 2 & 5. Right now the mini course called “Freddie & His Ocean Friends” would be perfect for my 5 year old. We are about to do a Unit study on oceans this summer. He loves animals & is fascinated by the ocean.

  121. My kids are 8, 6, 4, and 11 months. They’d love the molecules one. They’re really interested in that right now.

    I really want to win this!!

  122. Danielle Bentley says:

    I shared the link on Facebook.

  123. Our children are 9, 7, 7, 5, 3, and 2😄
    They are interested in the moon and the vertebrates

  124. Shared on Facebook!

  125. I have an 11 yo, an 8 yo, a 6 yo and a new babe due next month. I am really interested in this program, especially the unit on the moon and the one on animal migration.

    Thanks for the chance!

  126. Sarah Johnson says:

    My son is in K and I think would love the moon one.

  127. Sarah Johnson says:

    I shared on Facebook!

  128. These look awesome. We have two boys homeschooling ages 8 and 7. They would be wild about the sharks unit. Thanks for the chance!

  129. My kids are 12 and 5. Both totally into Ocean animals, so I think they would like Freddie and His Ocean Friends. 🙂 Thanks!

  130. Mandi Vissers says:

    The two that are most interesting to ME are the DNA and the molecule one. My kinda are 8, 6, 4 and they’d pick different ones as their top ones.

  131. My boys are 3 and 5. It’s hard to choose, but I think the mighty magnets one would be a big hit around here!

  132. Our kids are 9, 7, 4, and 1 and I think the airplane science one would be the course they’d be most into right now. Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  133. Angie Johnson says:

    My children are 7, 5 and 1. They would like the Wide World of vertebrates.
    Thanks.

  134. My kids are 5 and 7. They’d be most interested in Animal Migrations or Sharks. They all look pretty great!!

  135. Kids 7 and 10. Molecules!!!

  136. My daughters are 7 and 9. My oldest would love Discovering DNA, and my youngest would enjoy any about animals.

  137. My kids are 7 and 8, and they would enjoy the Desert. I’d be interested in something for physics–outside of magnets, which are well-covered in many curriculums. We will be studying physics next year.

  138. My children are 8 and 10 years. They would most love Discovering DNA

  139. My kiddos are 3 and 7 and would love Freddie and His Ocean Friends

  140. My kids are 4 and 2. My 4 year old would LOVE Freddie and His Ocean Buddies right now. My two year old would probably be most interested in airplanes, despite being quite a bit young for this curriculum

  141. Ellen Gale says:

    Ages 4, and 9 and they would be most interested in
    A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure
    See with your Ears!
    Amazing Animal Migrations

  142. Melissa Shamanov says:

    My daughters are 5, 4, 2, and 1. They would love all the units, but the airplane one might be the most interesting right now since we are about to fly around the world on 4 different flights!!

  143. Edna Welthorpe says:

    My daughters are 14 and 7. My seven year old would love all of these courses (she’s a science and nature loving girl), but she would especially be interested in The Scoop on Sharks, Amazing Animal Migrations, and Our Neighbor, the Moon.

  144. So exciting! My kids are 9, 6 and 1 with one more on the way and I think the biggest hit would be Our neighbor, the moon! Thanks for the chance to win!

  145. Terri Fox says:

    I have 2 boys aged almost 5 and 6.5 years old an a 9 month old baby girl! The most interesting mini course my 5 year old would be interested in are Mighty Magnets or Freddie and His Ocean Friends. My 6.5 year old would appreciate The Scoop on Sharks!

  146. Ages 2 and 4 and they are most interested in A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure and The Scoop on Sharks.

  147. I have 2 children. My oldest would love to have the Discovering DNA course and my youngest would like to learn about vertebrates.

  148. One son, 10 years old, would love the new shark lesson, airplanes, magnets and migration!

  149. Mara Suter says:

    My kids are 10, 6, and 9 months. They would be most interested in the lessons on vertebrates, sharks, butterflies, and magnets.

  150. Desirea tegg says:

    Kids are 5, 4, 1. Airplane lesson as we are taking their first airline flight next month.

  151. I have an 8 yr old daughter. I would love the lessons on DNA and Magnets but think they all look interesting.

  152. Merridith says:

    These mini courses sounds delightful. We’d start with discover DNA for my 10yo. My 8, 7, & 6yo would like to start with Freddie and his ocean friends.

  153. These sound fantastic! My kids are 11 and 6. They would most likely enjoy sharks and ocean animals.

  154. Lindsay steves says:

    My girls are 7,8, and 10! I’m betting they would love the Sharks unit.

  155. My children are 8, 4, and 1 1/2. After recently seeing a flock of robins here in MN (something I’d never seen before and usually think of the lone robin as the harbinger of spring), I think we would enjoy the Amazing Animal Migrations study. Thanks!

  156. Jerae Krakeel says:

    My 7 yo girl would love any and all! She is nuts about science, I am not…butterflies or moon would probably top her list.

  157. My girls are five and four. They would enjoy the moon unit.
    Thanks.

  158. My kids are 8, 5, and 1. I think they’d enjoy the mini courses on sharks and butterflies best. Thank you for the chance to win!

  159. Shari McLaws says:

    I have a 12yo, 10yo, 8yo and 5yo.
    They all look amazing, we’ll be particularly interested in Discovering DNA, Our Neighbor, the Moon!, and the ones about airplanes and sharks!

  160. Andrea Troyer says:

    My kiddos are 5 and 7. It’s hard to narrow it because I have one who loves science! But they would like airplane science and molecules are everywhere.

  161. Bryne Martin says:

    My kids are 6, 4, and 2. They would love any animal studies, but especially the butterflies one!

  162. Laureen Langkamp says:

    My littles are 2 & 5. I know my 5 yr old would especially love molecules are everywhere.

  163. Ben Seifried says:

    My son is 8 and it’s hard to choose just one! But, I think the Amazing Animal Migrations sounds like one we’d really enjoy right away as we just moved from the Big Bend of Texas to snowy Colorado and are talking about the different animals here now and tracking when we see new ones or stop seeing some.

  164. My kids are 5 & 3, and we are already planning a Butterfly unit, so I think A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure, would suit us best, although they all look wonderful!

  165. Ben Seifried says:

    Shared on Facebook too!

  166. Jennifer Hunter says:

    My kids are 7,5,3 and 8 months. My oldest is really into geography right now and would love the plate tectonics one. Thanks!

  167. Ages 9 & 12
    Science is always hard for me. The magnet one looks fun!

  168. Kids age: 10, 7, 3! We as very curious! Would start with Our Neighbor, the Moon! Then Molecules.

  169. Sheila Williams says:

    My kids are 11, 8, 5, and 1. If I had to choose just one lesson (they all look so fun!) that they would love the most it would be Life in the Desert.

  170. My son is 6 and we’d love the molecules are everywhere course. I’ve introduced the idea of atoms, but I don’t think he’s really grasped how small they are! He asks lots of questions about atoms and molecules. My 2 other kids are 7 months old, so haven’t shown a preference for a particular branch of science yet!

  171. My boys are 11, 9, and 7 – there are so many fun lessons. We would probably love them all! (P.S. I gave a copy of “Give Your Child the World” to our favorite librarian and she loved it! She ordered a copy for the library too!)

  172. My son is 5 years old and loves all kinds of animals including sharks. He’s favourite is the now extinct “Carcharodon Megalodon”. So he would love “The Scoop on Sharks”.

    Thanks a lot for this fantastic giveaway!!!
    Leila

  173. Already shared on facebook!!!

    Love!!
    Leila
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  174. My two boys ages 8 & 6 would probably like “My Neighbor, the Moon” the best since we are studying space right now! Thanks for the giveaway!

  175. Juli Vrotney says:

    My children are 10, 8, and 5. The boys would love the airplane science and our daughter would like the butterfly one best.

  176. Juli Vrotney says:

    Shared on facebook

  177. My children are 10, 7 and 5. They love being outside and would love ‘A butterfly’s evening adventure’. we have tonnes of butterflies at the moment in the garden (although i think some are moths…which may be eating the veggies! 😉 )

  178. also shared on facebook 🙂

  179. My kids are 5 and 3, and they would love Amazing Animal Migrations!

  180. My kids are 19, 17, 15, 13, 12, 10, 8, 7… my youngest three have been listening in on their older sibling’s science for years and they are ready to try something new!!! I think they would love to know more about migration… it covers their love of animals and maps all at the same time!!!
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  181. Amanda Yeager Leonard says:

    My kids are 5 and 9 and we are fascinated by the moon lately – we’d love to win!

  182. Lisa Horwath says:

    My kids are ages 5 and 3.
    They would be interested in:
    Take off with airplane science, Molecules are everywhere or A wide world of vertebrates.
    Thank you!

  183. O wow! Had never heard of this curric before! Looks super fun. I have 8,6 ,4 and 2 yr olds.
    My boys woukd really love any or alllll of the mini-courses. Thy loveee science and already taking classes on ornithology, entymology , geology and biology.

  184. My child is 7 and would love the Mighty Magnets. We would love to make the compass to go with our map studies. Thank you!

  185. My two are 6 and 4 and would definitely be interested in the Plate Tectonics mini course, they’re really into volcanoes right now and it would be perfect.

  186. Christina says:

    My son is 5 and would love the course about the ocean. We have lots of talk about submersibles and what you would see under the ocean.

  187. Christine says:

    Mine are 6 and 4. They would love the airplanes, moon, or magnet units!

  188. My son is almost 6 and would love the ones on Magnets, the Moon, and Sharks.

  189. Shared on Facebook as well…. I have lots of friends who homeschool too!

  190. My kids are 13, 4, and 1 and would probably like the scoop on sharks best.

  191. Helen Barry says:

    My daughter is 8. In light of the recent earthquakes here in New Zealand, I think the Plate Tectonics module would be very relevant.

  192. Kristy Roblee says:

    My kids are 3, 6 and 9 and they would love the Scoop on sharks! Thanks so much!!!!

  193. My girls are 7 and 9. We are in love with the ocean right now, so Freddie and His Ocean Friends would be our first choice.
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  194. Sharks! My little is 5.5.

  195. Our youngest children are 6, 8, and 10, and I believe they would enjoy the “Seeing With Your Ears” course.

  196. Shared on facebook

  197. I shared this giveaway on Facebook!

  198. 9 and 5. We could choose just one. We are interested in plate tectonics, DNA, adventures with carbon, and scenes with your ears.

  199. Our kids are 19, 16, and 6, and our youngest is in love with all things “sciencey” (as he calls it), but he’d probably like Take Off with Airplane Science, A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure, and Mighty Magnets best. We’ve homeschooled now for almost 15 years, and I’m really enjoying “starting over” again with someone so enthusiastic and insatiably curious.

  200. (I shared your giveaway on Facebook!)

  201. Brooke McConnell says:

    My kids are 2 and 5. They’d love Animal Migrations, Mighty Magnets, and a Butterfly’s Evening Adventure.

  202. My kids are 5, 3 & 1 and would adore anything animal related, especially ‘Seeing With Your Ears’ and ‘Freddy and His Ocean Friends’. Thank you!

  203. Margit Luscombe says:

    Hi, our children are 12, 8 and 6 years old. Our oldest would enjoy Plate Tectonics as he is currently interested in this. Our 8 year old is keen to investigate Animal Migration and our 6 year old would love to explore Our Neighbour, the Moon. Thanks for the opportunity.

  204. My kids are 6 and 4.5. I think I’d be most interested in A Wide World of Vertebrates, but they all look great!

  205. My kids are 5, 4, and 1. I think they’d be interested in the mighty magnets right now, but they LOVE science in general.

  206. I have five children but the ones I would be thinking of for this are my two girls, aged 8 and 5. I think they would love the vertebrates topic right now, though it’s a hard choice (and I’m very excited this is open internationally!!)

  207. My kids are 4 and 2, and would love the airplane science course!

  208. My daughter is age 3 & she would be most interested in My butterfly’s evening adventure & mighty magnets! 🙂

  209. Lindy Colaluca-Polling says:

    I would love to use these! Four boys homeschooling equals a LOT of curiosity! 🙂

    • Lindy Colaluca-Polling says:

      Oops! I hit enter too soon. We would love Our neighbor, The Moon and Plate Tectonics with our 12, 10, 7 and 4 year olds!

  210. My child is 7 and would love the Take off with airplane science as she is preparing to take her first airplane ride soon.

  211. Dolores McCloskey says:

    My kids are 9 and 2. They would love Discovering DNA or Molecules Everywhere.

  212. My kids r 6 and 3. They would be most interested in our neighbor, the moon, and amazing animal migrations.

  213. My kids are 7 and 5 and most interested in Take Off with Airplane Science

  214. My girls are 7 and 9.
    Freddie and His Ocean Friends
    Discovering DNA

  215. Hi! I’ve been homeschooling for 17 years, and currently only have four children at home. This fall I’ll be homeschooling grades K, 4 and 6. ( We’ll also have a grade 10 homeschooler working mostly independently with Ron Paul Curriculum). They all look great, but i’d love to use the DNA book 🙂

  216. I shared on Facebook, as well!

  217. Sheri Wight says:

    My boys are 5.5 and 7 years old and would LOVE the Sharks and Moon courses! Although they all sound fun! I am sharing this on my FB wall as well! 🙂

  218. Rabia Homeschooler says:

    Hi, my kids are 11, 10, 10, and 4. It is really hard to tell what they like the most 🙂 because they want to check each and every course. They like to draw butterflies while flying aeroplanes… they like to make compass with magnets… animals, gography, space, and molecular science… oh everything attracts them.
    I’m going to share this on fb right now.

  219. My kids are 4, 6, and 8. They would love any of them, but the Moon course would be so much fun.

  220. 8 and 5. Believe it or not, but plate tectonics has been a hot topic in our house so I would have to vote for that right now.

  221. Rabia Homeschooler says:

    Shared the web page link on my fb page 🙂

  222. My daughter is five, and would love them all! But I will say Our Neighbor, the Moon since she loves space. Thank you!

  223. My son is Seven and he would love Molecules Are Everywhere, Our Neighbor the Moon, and Discovering DNA. (He would actually love all of these, so it was hard to pick!)
    Thank you!
    Stacey

  224. 7, 5, 3, 1, and Eta 2 months. We would love sharks, the moon and desert. Thanks!

  225. My kids are 12, 8, and 5. They would love the units on sharks or molecules!

  226. My kids are 8, 5, and 3 months. They’d love Molecules are Everywhere!

  227. Also shared on Facebook.

  228. My kids are 8, 6, 4, and 2. I think they would love Our Neighbor, the Moon!

  229. Shared on Facebook as well!

  230. My sons are 7 and 5 years old. I think they would interested right away in Take Off with Airplane Science and Our Neighbor, the Moon! since airplane and outer space are always fascinating.

  231. My son is 5 and my daughter is two. They would love The Scoop on Sharks! Sharks are their favorite exhibit at the zoo!

  232. Sonia Lamont says:

    My kids are 8, 5, and 1. My middle son would love A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure and my oldest son would love Discovering DNA.

  233. Thank you for bringing my attention to Be Naturally Curious! My kids are 1, 3, 5 and 7. I think the Butterfly’s Evening Adventure would interest them most right now.
    Meg

  234. My kids are 10, 7 & 5. We home schiol all three children so this collection would be fantastic. “Our Neighbour, the Moon” is of particular interest at the moment as we live in a small rural town and the moon and stars are always amazingly bright and interesting to the kids.
    Cheers, Dave

  235. Dawn Fattal says:

    Thanks so much for all the great home school tips!! I have twin sons who are 9, and I they would really love the “Plate Tectonics” study : )

  236. 3, 8, and 10. I think they’d love Airplane Science and The Scoop on Sharks

  237. My kids are 8 (on Friday), 6, 4, 2, and 8 months. My oldest’s FAVORITE subject is science! I think they would love A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure.

  238. Shared on Facebook!

  239. My boys are 8 and nearly 6. They have been really into making and testing various paper airplanes, and my younger one has always loved vehicles, so I think they would both love the airplane science one right now.
    My older son also really loves animals, so he’d probably also get really excited about any of the ones related to animals.
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  240. Our girls are 2 and 5. They would love our neighbour the Moon !

  241. My kids are 13, 10,8 and 5. I think our neighbor the moon would be fitting right now. We are studying space and they are super interested.

  242. My boys are 9 and 3.
    They would enjoy all really 😊

  243. My kids are 4,6&8 and would love the butterfly, moon or animal migration units. Thanks!

  244. Age 7, Mighty Magnets

  245. Audra Eckes says:

    8, Freddie and his Ocean Friends (if it’s not geared toward the younger crowd – she wants to work in the field of marine animals in some capacity so she’s been very motivated to learn as much as she can).

  246. Audra Eckes says:

    Shared on Facebook 😊

  247. My kids are from infant to 15. I think we would really enjoy learning about the moon and vertebrates right now. They all look amazing!

  248. Our children are 9, 6, and 3. They are all fascinated with chemistry, the elements, and the periodic table at the moment, because of a project we have been doing together. I think they would love “The Adventures of Carbon” and “Molecules are Everywhere.”
    (By the way, I am a longtime lurker on your site, Jamie. I think this is the first time I’ve actually posted a comment. Thanks for all the great links and content!)

  249. Janet Goodberlet says:

    My children children are 8 and 11. They would be interested in most of the topics, but I believe they would be most interested in Plate Tectonics or Molecules. Thank you for the opportunity!

  250. Janet Goodberlet says:

    I have also shared this post. 🙂

  251. My boys are 6 and 4. We are doing a unit study on space (per their request) and ‘Our Neighbor the Moon’ would be a prefect addition! We have done ‘Freddie’s Ocean Friends’ and ‘A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure’ and really enjoyed them and learned so much.

  252. My kids are 9, 9, 7, 5, and 4. They would love mighty magnets, Plate tectonics: The changing continents, and The Scoop on sharks! All of them really science is a favorite in our house.

  253. My kids are 9 and 6, and I think their first choice would be the magnets unit.

  254. My kids are 3, 7, and 9, and they all love science. I think the collective favorite would probably be “See With Your Ears!” Thanks!

  255. My kids are 13, 11, and 6. Science is a favorite subject in our home school. I would love for my younger son to do the course on the moon or migration. These studies would be at his level and coincide what he has been hearing from what the older kids are learning.

  256. Jen Nista says:

    My children are 9, 7, and 5. They are all extremely inquisitive and love to explore scientific topics (so, pretty much anything). They would love any of the mini-topics above but the one that first caught my eye was “The Scoop on Sharks” simply because my 9 has been obsessed with sharks since age 2. For years he has curled up with his shark encyclopedia and read for hours on end.

  257. My children are 9, 5, and 2. The eldest two are all about DNA right now!

  258. My kids are 4 and 8. The mini course that would interest them the most right now is Animal Migration.

  259. My boys are 6, 4 and 2. They would be most interested in the Mighty Magnets mini-course. They’ve already found every item in the house that a magnet is attracted to, so they’re ready for the next step!

  260. Marcia Bedrock says:

    My grandchildren are 2 and 4. Both of them love animals and my grandson enjoys space topics. They would enjoy Freddie and His Ocean Friends or Amazing Animal Migrations.

  261. Dulcie Blackburn says:

    My daughter is 8 and is interested in Discovering DNA.

  262. Julie Harris says:

    My 4 year daughter just had an indepth conversation about air yesterday so I think she’d love the Molecules Everywhere but she’d also love the butterflies.
    My 2 year son obviously isn’t kinder age but he’d love the airplane lesson anyway.

  263. My kids are 11, 9, 7 and 5. They’re on an ocean-kick at the moment so Freddy and His Ocean Friends would be a great study for them.

  264. So many good ones to choose from but probably airplane science, moon and desert!

  265. My kids are 7, 10, 12 and 14. We’re getting ready to study insects, and I know they’d enjoy the butterfly/moth one. They all look great!

  266. My daughter is 4, and she likes butterfies.

  267. My kids are 12, 11, 9, 8, 6, 4. I think we’d really enjoy the Molecules are Everywhere one.

  268. I think my kids would enjoy Discovering Dna the best right now. They are 12, 7 and 6.

  269. My son is 13 but at a 3-5 grade level. He would like discovering DNA the best!

  270. My boys are 8 and (almost) 6. They would love to learn about magnets!

  271. I’d be doing this with my youngest, who is about to turn 8. Since we live at the beach where sharks are a frequent topic/sight!

  272. My kids are 11, 8, 6, 3, and 2, and would like any of the courses, but probably be most excited about the Airplane Science course!

  273. My kids are 4 and 2 and are constantly asking questions about how things work so we check out alot of books from the library. I think they would like the moon one best they have been learning about planets, sun, and moon. My 2 year old is so cute, he gets excited to go to window each night to look for the moon.

  274. Jolene Olivier says:

    My kids are 11, 9 & 4. They would love the Discovering DNA and Molecules courses. What a lovely bundle of topics!

  275. Ages 13, 10, 3 and1. The moon one would interest everyone right now.
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  276. Nichole B says:

    My daughter is 5 years old and would love Freddie and his ocean friends!! A girl after my own heart! She loves anything animals!!

  277. Deanna Sallee says:

    My kids are 7 and 9 and they would LOVE the discovering dna! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  278. Tom MacLeod says:

    Hi.
    7 years old and would best like ‘my neighbour the moon’, I think

  279. Judith Martinez says:

    My kids are 13, 11, 7 and 4 and I think they would love the moon study since they’re currently fascinated with astronomy.

  280. Judith Martinez says:

    I shared on Facebook

  281. My children are 2, 5, 9, & 12. I think my youngest would like the moon as she loves looking for it each night. My 5 yr old son would probably like any of the animal ones as he LOVES animals. My 9 yr old would definitely be into the airplane science. My 12 year old would probably find Discovering DNA to be fascinating.

  282. My little scholars are 3, 5 and 8 years old. While I’m sure they would be tickled with any of them, I think they would really enjoy “See With Your Ears”. Thank you for offering this giveaway! 🔬❤️

  283. Mine are 5, 2, and 9 months. I think the Take Off with Airplane Science would be a hit around our home! Thanks for your offer!

  284. My son is 6, soon 7 and I think Plate Tectonics would be a great addition since we’ve never learned about it before. Thank you1

  285. Jen Sharum says:

    My girls are 3 and 7 and they would enjoy Amazing Migration, Our Neighbor the Moon, and See with your Ears.

  286. Kids are 4 and 6, and would love the Vertebrates, Moon or Sharks mini courses.

  287. Probably magnets or sharks!!! They all sound so good!

  288. Tanya Mironov says:
  289. My kids are 7, 4, and 7 months. The two older would love Take Off with Airplane Science, A Butterfly’s Evening Adventure, and Mighty Magnets. The 7 month old will love watching her older sibs smile & laugh & play as they learn! 😉

  290. My kids are 8, 7 and 4. I think they would love Amazing Animal Migrations.

  291. Amy Motta says:

    My girls are 8 & 10 and I think they’d love Amazing Animal Migrations, though I’d let them choose if we won.
    Thank you!