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Welcome to another back-to-homeschool giveaway–sponsored by History Unboxed.
From History Unboxed:
“Love every minute of history this year!
History Unboxed offers subscription boxes and on-demand unit study boxes for students ages 5-15. Through hands-on activities young people can experience history with many of their senses and create a connection to the past in a personal way.
Recipes, crafts, art, myths, and relatable details enable students to form a lasting and meaningful bond with the past. And the best part?
Everything ships right to your door. All you have to do is open the box and start learning.
This August History Unboxed is offering a nine-month ancient history course for the 2015-2016 school year that presents eight major ancient civilizations in a fun, engaging, and interactive format.
Subscriptions and on-demand boxes are available any time, but registration for the 2015 Ancient History course is open for the month of August only. The course is $280 for the first student with a $70 discount for each additional sibling/classmate.
Get more ideas for getting hands-on with history on History Unboxed’s Pinterest and Instagram pages too!”
Today one lucky Simple Homeschool reader will win a spot in the History Unboxed 2015-2016 ancient history course — a $280 value!
The course will begin in September with an introductory month. Students will learn about timelines, make their own time capsule, and receive materials that will be used throughout the year.
Every month students will receive a box in the mail that will transport them to a different place and time in the ancient world:
- October: Harappa and Mohenjo Daro in Ancient India
- November: Ancient Egypt at the time of the Great Pyramids
- December: Hammurabi’s Court in Ancient Babylon
- January: The Olmec Civilization in Ancient Mesoamerica
- February: The Merchant Civilization of Ancient Phoenicia
- March: Ancient Athens in the time of Greek Philosophy
- April: Ancient China while the Great Wall was being constructed
- May: Anglo-Saxon Britain just before the Viking Invasion
How to Win
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To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment on this post answering the question: How old are your kids, and what is their favorite historical time period to study?
(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 open to U.S. readers only. Sorry international readers!
For an extra entry, share about this giveaway on Facebook. Then leave another comment here letting me know you’ve done so!
History Unboxed is offering 5% off this history course, first billing cycle of subscriptions, or on-demand unit study boxes!
Just use the discount code “SHS815” at check-out – no expiration date.
This giveaway has ended, and the winner is Megan L, who wrote “My kids are 10 and 4. My 10 year old loves history. He particularly enjoys studying the 1900’s. He likes learning about all the inventions and advances in technology.”
My kids love studying more about ancient history! Their ages are: 12, 10, 8, 4, and 4.
My kids are 5, 3 , and 11 months and the oldest too are really into knights, castles, and medieval times.
My kids (8 and 5) are interested in studying Scottish/Irish history and Celtic Mythology!
This looks so wonderful! My child is age 5 and he loves Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece!
My kids are 9 and 7 and the love Ancient Egypt!
I have an 11 yo who loves history… especially medieval times with castles and Robin Hood!
Kids are 9 & 11 ~ Ancient Civilizations
My daughter is almost 5 and she loves to read and learn about ancient Egypt.
My kids are 21, 16, 15, 13, 11, 9, 8, 7, 5, 4, and 2. They all love learning about Ancient Greece and are enamored with Greek mythology.
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I have a 9 year old son who loves to study the American Revolution. He will ask for “just 1 more chapter”.
My kids are 6 and 9. Their favorite time period is Ancient History, especially Egyptian, Roman, and Greek. My youngest has been crazy about Egypt since she was 3!
My kiddos are 2 and 6. My six year-old loves studying Ancient Egypt.
My child is 7 and she is enamored with anything Egyptian!
My kids are 8, 4, and 2 and they love studying about Ancient Egypt!
My kids love history. Their ages are 6, 9 and 11. The 9 year old loves ancient history and my 11 year old Middle age.
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American History, but really time period is interesting to them. My kids are 11 and 13. Thanks!
My six year old daughter loves history. She has been talking a lot about Ancient Greece recently, after enjoying a Magic Tree House book on the topic! She’d love hands on history activities!
We are new to homeschool this year! I have 6 children, staggered about 2 years apart ranging from 5-15. Almost all of my kids love history in general….we can watch a documentary on ancient Greece or we could be watching the JFK assassination at any given moment 🙂
My kids love to study Ancient Egypt and Greece. They are 9, 11, 13 and 15.
My kids (ages 7, 10, 11, & 14) are interested in ancient history…especially the Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks.
How awesome. We would love this!! My girls are 6, 5 and 3 and fascinated with Greek myths and medieval tales. Thank you!
The kids are 13, 11, and 5. So far, they’ve enjoyed ancient Egypt the most.
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My kids are 10, 8, 6, and 2 1/2. We love any period that provides for dress ups, and playing different characters.
My kids are 10, 8, 6, and 2 1/2. We love any historical period that provides for dress ups, and playing different characters.
My kids are 7 and 9 and love ancient Egypt.
My kids are 6, 3, and 3 months. They like learning about ancient Egypt as well as American pioneer times (as in Little House on the Prairie).
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My boys are 5.5 and 9, and we all are fascinated with Ancient Egypt!
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My girl is 9. And she loves ancient Egyptian times along with American Revolution.
my kids are 6 and 8 and my son loves to hear about the Israelites and their history and my daughter likes to hear more about the ancient Egyptians!
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Oh my goodness my kiddos would LOVE this…and so would I! They’re 7 & 9, and they especially love studying Egypt & the knights in medieval times.
My girls are 11, 9, 7, and 5….they love all history!
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My kiddos are 5, 3 and 2 months. This is our first year studying history and would be a great kit to use! Right now they are really digging Ancient Egypt as it ties in with our Bible study as well.
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My kids are 12, 10, and 6. They enjoy American history.
Hi there! Thanks for this wonderful opportunity to grow our homeschool curriculum!
My son Andrew is 7 and loves to learn about the Civil War and the great leaders- generals & officials of our Great Country!
My kids are ages six, three, and five months. They are most interested in ancient Egyptian culture.
My kids are 7, 6, 3 and 1. The 7 and 6 year old started Magic Tree House series last year which I think helps to peak interest in lots of different history.
My kids are 6 and 4, they love learning about the colonial era. Thanks for the fun giveaway opportunity!
My kids are 3 and 6. We are studying ancient civilization now, but my son seems drawn to middle ages.
My kiddo is 8 and loves studying about Egyptian history.
My kids are 7, 5, & 5. They love local history about native Americans and also fairy tale stories of knights and castles!
My daughter is 7. We really enjoyed studying Ancient Egypt last year. She was very interested in the Egyptians lives!
My children are 1 and 7. My son loves studying ancient Egypt.
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My kiddos are 14 and 12. My 14 year old daughter is really getting into European history and my son is more into post WWII history. He is really into Japanese history as of late too.
Thank you for the opportunity! The program sounds awesome!
This is a great concept! My daughter is 7 and she loves history and and has studied about the medieval time period and is fascinated by it!
We have two girls, ages 7 and 2. We’re finishing our study of US history soon and I can’t wait to introduce her to ancient history next! Of course she loves ancient Egypt already 🙂 History Unboxed looks awesome!
What an awesome giveaway! My kids are almost 8 and 5 1/2, and my daughter loves learning about women and girls in history, while my son likes any time period with fighting. Kind of stereotypical, I guess. 🙂
My daughter is 7. She loves learning about ancient Egypt! We both do! This is such a great giveaway! Thank you !
My kids are 5 & 7 and instead of specific periods, they like topics. Currently they are enjoying the history of science.
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My kiddos are 9, 7, & 5. I’m not sure we have a favorite time period but my oldest studied Ancient Egypt last year and enjoyed it.
My kids are 3 & 6. We just started getting into history studies. We’re studying ancient people, & just started learning about ancient Egypt together.
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My boys are 3 and 6. We haven’t studied history yet so this would be a perfect thing for us to start with.
I have always used either SL or BS – so we do history in cycles. I have 3 kids – and this year we are all going to be doing US history together. 😉 Pray for us! I am trying to lighten our backpacks – you answered my prayers with that post!!! Thank you SO much!
My favorite time period would have to NOW be the Ancients. I learned so little about them in school – and we learned SO much – who knew that so much was happening at the same time in God’s world historically! India, China, Africa, Meso, Greece, England… it just astounds me. My kids, too. Learning that the Ancient Mayans had the wheel but didn’t use it because they didn’t have pack animals and did better on foot – just on toys…. wow! And China – SO many dynasties! So much culture. We saw the terra cotta warrior exhibit in Washington, DC at Nat Geo and we were blessed to see the King Tut exhibit in NYC and Cleopatara in Philly! WOW! Coins with Marc A found on the bottom of the Med Sea – can you imagine being an underwater archaeologist? My son’s favorite game is STILL that making a mummy game on the Internet! You can never learn it all or enough!
My daughters are 6 and 11. My oldest currently loves the Civil War, but her favorite is usually whatever she is currently studying. The youngest one’s favorite era is probably whichever historical American Girl doll she is infatuated with at the time.
My gals are 7,4 and 2 months. Haven’t studied too much ancient history, but looking forward to starting. Thank you for the offering!
My kids are 7, 11, and 13. I think they have enjoyed any history they have been exposed to. I think Egyptian studies were a favorite.
My at-home children are 10,14, and 17. History is one of their favorite subjects, so I don’t think they actually have a favorite.
My kids are 7 and 5, and they both live learning about ancient Egypt and the pyramids and pharaohs. Thank you for the opportunity to win this awesome prize!
My kids are 10,8,6,4. They like Ancient Egypt!
This is a wonderful give away. I have 3 still left at home they are 13,11 and 9. My son loves every period of History. He loves learning about past presidents and how they overcame trials and wars. My girls love art history. We are going to be studying Egypt this year. I’m sure they will love it!
My daughter is 6. At the moment she is really enjoying Ancient Egypt.
My kids are 6 and 11. Their favorite period right now is ancient Egypt.
I’m homeschooling a 9 year old boy and 13 and 14 year old girls. Our favorites have always been the ancients….Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, ancient Egypt! We’re always sad to move on from studying these fascinating cultures.
I have 3 that are still homeschooling. They really enjoy learning about ancient Egypt.
I have 3,5, and 7 year old boys. The oldest two love Middle Ages with. And last year, the now 7 year old, loved listening to Story of the world 1 about many ancient cultures. He was fascinated. (As was I) 🙂
My child is 5, and we’ll be studying the Ancient World for the upcoming school year. That has been the main focus up to this point.
11 – ancient egypt, 9 – mideival, 7 – jurassic, 3 – jurassic, 10mo – ?
37 – ancient near east
My son is 5 and My daughter is 7 and her favorite time period to date is Ancient Egypt, we’re studying SOTW Volume 1…just the other day my daughter was talking about it with her friend and showing her pictures saying “I’ve got to show you these pictures of Ancient Egypt! They’re the best! You’ve got to start reading about it!” LOL! I just love homeschooling!!!
My kids are 3 and 4 and they love hearing about Ancient Egypt.
This would be awesome! We’re doing ancient history this year!
My kids are 8, 6, 3, and 1. The oldest loves Native American cultures and history and my 6yo likes anything to do with Chinese or Indian history. Jury’s out on the other two.
My son is three so he isn’t into any time period per say. But he loves Cowboys and trains so I’m guessing early American history would be one of his favorites! 🙂 and he LOVES bible stories so anything like that is awesome to him.
My girls are 3, 4 and 7. We have just begun our study of history so we don’t have a favorite just yet!
Our troops are 11,9 and 4
History is our favorite subject! To think that it could get even better is too exciting to imagine! We’d love the opportunity.
We have enjoyed early modern times lately, but we enjoyed the ancients quite a bit too
Great giveaway! My kids are 12, 10, 8, and 5. They love history, especially ancient history.
My kids are 13, 10, 7 & 2. So far the 13 and 10 year old love ancient Greece and Rome.
My kids are 11 and 13. They really enjoy studying World War II, Ancient, and Medieval History. Thanks for the opportunity!
My boys are 8 and 6. My oldest loves the revolutionary war and my youngest is really into British history.
Hi! This looks amazing!I was just thinking about ways to add in more history today.
My kids are 10 and 4. My 10 year old loves history. He particularly enjoys studying the 1900’s. He likes learning about all the inventions and advances in technology.
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My kiddos are in the 5th and 6th grade. We just finished an entire year doing Prairie Primer with the Little House books so I would say that currently it is the pioneer days. But we are moving onto a year long study of WWII jumping off our literature study of The Chronicles of Narnia. Is it too much to hope that their next favorite period will be that, because I am putting so much work and excitement into it??
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Oh, I also shared this on Facebook. I know of several moms who would love to have this.
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My kids are 8, 6, 3, and 1. So far their favorite has been Ancient Egypt, but then we are just starting Ancient Greece.
My kids are 6 and 9. They love learning about anything historical. They are fascinated with the pyramids from Egypt.
My kids are 6,4,2 and I enjoy the colonial time period and revolutionary war period. Thanks! 🙂
My kids are 7,5 and 2. The older ones love learning about Ancient Egypt. What an exciting giveaway, thank you for the opportunity!
My boys are 11, 13, and 16. My oldest is excited to be studying modern history this year. The younger two love the ancient/medieval time period – this kit would fit in perfectly for them this year.
My girls are 6 and 4. We just started teaching them history so I can’t answer that question. The only thing we have really taught them is stories from the bible.
My kids are nearly 3 & nearly 5. And while History doesn’t seem like something they’d be into, they are! We love the Geronimo Stilton books (graphic novels w/history lines). I’d say right now our favorite time period is the Revolutionary War – we are slowly working our way through Liberty’s Kids. Its led to lots of discussions about what is freedom and how we became a country.
My son is 10. His favorite period of history to study is usually the one we are covering in our homeschool at the time. Right now that is the American Revolution.
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My kids are 4 and 7 and love to study ancient Egypt as well as early American history. At least that’s what we have studied so far and they loved both!
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My kids are 17, 14, 12, and 8. So far their favorites have been the Medieval years, but we are back to Ancients again this year and they are really looking forward to the Egyptians, so I think it’s going to be a good year.
My children are 13, 11 and 5. We love history…period. We love the Ancients, medieval, early American history, WWI and WWII. Whatever we are studying in history we are engrossed! It has been so fun to do this together as a family. I have enjoyed it as much as the children! What a blessing it is to homeschool!
My son is seven and has shown some interest in ancient Egypt but we have done very little history so far. I was hoping to really get into ancient Egypt and ancient China this year, so this would be perfect!
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My kids are 6 & 8 and so far we’ve had a great time studying American history, but we would love to learn more about Ancient Egypt!
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My kids are 8,7,5,4 and 2…I think they would love learning about the ancient world:)
My daughter is 11 and my son is 7 months. Livie’s favorite time period seems to be the American West during the westward expansion, cowboys and Indians type stuff. 😉
we had a good time last year with American History-
My daughter is 13 and right now she dove head first into everything Greek. Language, books, art, geography. She is completely fascinated by it.
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My sons are 5 and 7, and ever since my husband and I took them to the Mummies of the World exhibit a few months ago they’ve really developed an interest in Ancient Egypt.
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13, 11 and 3. My oldest loves the Middle Ages, my middle child loves ancient history , and my preschooler likes pirates;)
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my child is 13 and he enjoys learning about all parts of history
My kiddos are 8 and 10. Early American history has been their favorite period to study so far. I love the idea of History Unboxed to make the ancient period come to life!
My boys are 8,5. Our favorite time in history to study has been medieval and ancient Egypt so far. This looks like an amazing approach to history!
This looks so interesting!
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My kids are 6 and almost 8…their favorite time period to study so far is the American Revolution time frame…but I want to expose them to much more of World History…
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My son is 5, almost 6. He loves studying prehistoric history. We have also been studing the powhatan Indians recently, and he has enjoyed that.
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Our boys are 7 and 8. They are very immersed in the westward migration era – the trails, Oregon, California, Mormon and the Pony Express and the 1834 to 1890 period of the three Fort Laramie posts.
6&8 and we are into Joseph through Moses right now and enjoying it greatly
My youngest is 11 and her favorite time period is the 1800’s 🙂
My kids are 13, 12, and 5. American History
My children are 4, 7 and 10. Our favorite time periods to study have been Ancient Egyptian and American history. Thanks!
one child age 10. His favorite time period currently is early American History, but he’s very interested in learning more about early history. Loves mythology and mummies 🙂
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Kids are 8 and 10. Pioneer and ancient Egypt.
9- his favorite historical time is Ancient Egyptian History. 7- her favorite historical time is Post/Early American History. I will be sharing this on FB, have to let my other homeschool moms know about it!
My sons are 12, 6, and 2. Their favorite time period so far is the Middle Ages.
My 13 year old loves ancient Greece and my 10 year old loves ancient Rome and the American Revolution.
My kids are 8 and under, so we haven’t done much history. It’s not my personal strength, though ancient civs are my favorite. I think my oldest would really like it, and it looks good enough that I’d be happy to save it for a few years if it’s too much for now.
My son is 5 and loves the time period revolving around the Revolutionary War and George Washington. He loves anything about George Washington.
I think all my school age kids (14,8,5) like ancient history best. This giveaway would really line up great with the year of history I have planned.
this looks like fun! My oldest is 5, and we haven’t really studies history yet, though she really enjoys biblical history, and early American stories.
Pick me! Pick me! My kids would love it! 🙂
My kids are 8 & 4. So far, they have loved learning about Ancient Egypt!
My boys are 6 and 8, and I think learning about ancient Britain would be most fun!!
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My kids are 9, 4, and 10m. My 9yo loves studying ancient history. He is especially interested in the Greeks.
My girls are 6, 3, and 4 months old. We are just starting this year so I do not know which is their favorite. But I am so excited to delve in with them because history is one of my favorites!
My kids are 12, 9, 7 and 5. So far medieval Europe has been the biggest hit
My kiddos are 17,14, 11, 7, and 3. We love US history,but the Vikings were fun too!
This sounds amazing!! My kids are 10, 8, 5, and 2. The older two live to study ancient Egypt and anything in regards to WWI and WWII.
My daughter is 10 (three adult children all finished with school YAY!). She loves history but we’ve had a hard time finding a curriculum that’s good with only one child. She has liked Early American History best so far.
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I have a 7 year old and we love ancient Egypt! Also shared on Facebook!
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My kids are 6, 4, and 2 and their favorite time period to study right now is early American history!
My kids are 7,6,5 and 2. So far they have really liked any history we have studied. Ancient Egypt was probably a favorite.
My grandson is 11. We enjoy Ancient History. American History and currently we are studying Uncle Sam and You. History is a favorite subject and History Unboxed is top of our Wish List.
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My kids are 7 and 4 and LOVE Ancient Egypt.
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My son is twelve. His favorite time period to study is ancient Egyptian history.
My kids are 8, 6 1/2 and 5. They seem to like the 1800s the best.
2 boys- 14 & 9
They’ve enjoyed roman & medieval history a great deal.
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My son is 3.5, and he’s very into Robin Hood, so that’s what we’ve been talking about.
My daughter is 6, and her favorite is Early American History! 🙂
My kiddos are 8, 6, 4, 2, and nine months. My oldest prefers the Colonial period, and my second is very into the Medieval time period. The others are just along for the ride. 🙂
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My kids are 8, 6, 4, and 3. My older girls love the prairie days of Mary and Laura.
My boys are 8 & 10, they enjoyed learning about medieval times.
My children are 11 and 9 and truly adore the Renaissance Period, Medieval Period…..we go the the Renaissance Festival every year and drink it up!
7 and 4, we are just staring history so as of yet do not have a favorite
My kids are 10 and 6. My 10 year old LOVES Revolutionary War history. My 6 year old loves WWII stuff.
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My children are 12, 9, 8, and 4. So far my 12 year old enjoys American history, and my 9 year old is fascinated with ancient times history! Thanks!! Carrie
12. 9, 2 and 7 months! This would be so awesome. William loves the ancient times and with tow busy little ones this would be so helpful!
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My kids are 5 & 3 – intrigued by pioneer America!
My children are 6, 13 & 14 and are favorite parts of history to study are medieval history, the Civil War and World War II.
My kids are 11, 9, and 9. Their favorite time period in history to study is probably Ancient Egypt. Thanks for the great giveaway!
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My daughter is 7 and loves the Renaissance. Shared on Facebook as well.
Kids are 7 mos, 8 mos, 2, 3, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 13, and 15.
We love to study the Romans and Anglo-Saxon Britain!!!
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My kids are 14, 11, 10, 8, and 4. We love the Revolutionary War America! This looks like an interesting product, thanks!
My son is 14 years old and likes to study U.S. history and the wars!
My kids are 7 and 5.5 and they love biblical history and WW2.
Mine are almost-3 and almost-5. My older one is very interested in imperial China. The little one doesn’t have much interest in history yet.
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My son is 12 and his favorite time period is more modern history with WWI and WWII. My daughter is 9 and I her favorite would be colonial times.
My son is 11 and his favorite time period to learn about is the Ancient Greeks and Romans.
This offer looks fabulous!!!
My kids are 3, 6, and 9 and have enjoyed learning about Ancient Egypt.
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My kids are 6, 10 and 14. Their favorite time period is the Greek Empire. This looks awesome!
My five (almost six) year old grandson is totally into ancient history of the Americas. He digs in the yard looking for arrowheads and lives learning about native peoples of the Americas and how they lived.
My kids are 7, 5, and 2. They don’t really have a favorite time period yet but they did enjoy talking about Cleopatra last year.
My two younger children are studying ancient history this year. My daughter is 7 and started out with a geoegraphy course. This is the second time around for my son and he LOVES it!
Favorite time period is Egyptian time????
My 6 year old loves ancient Egypt.
4. We mostly just do local history and Native American at this point
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5, 9 and 12. It’s hard to narrow down to just one, but they love ancient history – especially Egyptian and Roman.
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My kids are 8 and 6. We are studying Mystery of History volume 2 this year.
My daughter is 12 and she is facinated with the time period of the early white settlers to North America, around the time of the Salem witch trials
My child is 14 and she loves all kinds of history.
My kiddos are 2 and 4, so they don’t have a favorite historical time period just yet…that being said, we have read Little House in the Big Woods twice now at my 4-year-old’s request. 🙂
My kids are 13, 11, 8, and 6. Their favorite time periods to study are Ancient Egypt and Greece.
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My kids are 12, 10, 8, and 5 and they love Ancient Egypt. Thank you!!
My kiddos are 6, 5, 3, 1, and 4 months. They, like me, live most things history but are currently into American West history because we are rea ding the little house books.
Our boys are 6 and 9. They don’t necessarily have a favorite time period. They are intrigued by learning different ways people live regardless of time period or region. It’s fun to see the world through their curious eyes, just soaking up knowledge.
My boys are both 7. They really have enjoyed the late 1800’s of American History. We have listened to the LIttle House series all summer!
These look awesome!!! Yay History.
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My kids are 9, 6 and 2. The 9 and 6 are really into Ancient Egypt right now!
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My school age kids are 6 and 8 and se to be interested in everything so far!
That looks amazing! Mine are 5, 2, and 2 months and so far the Kers favorite time is Early America/Native American times.
My kiddos are 9, almost 2, and 1 month. Our 9 year old’s favorite subject is history- she loves it all 🙂
My boys love Ancient anything
8 &9 they love world wat 2
My children are ages 4.5, 11, & 15. I must admit we haven’t gone as in depth with anceint history as we should. My 11 year old loves the Greek Myths….while my oldest in most interested in more recent history. I like the idea of this way of learning ancient history.
My guys are 13 and 9 and they love ANY and ALL history!
My kids are 6, 11, and 13 and my favorite time period is era of the American Revolution!
My son is 4 and doesn’t have a favorite historical period, although History Unboxed would certainly change that.
We are reading the Little House Series right now and so have been enjoying that time period.
My kids are 7, 6 & 5. They would love to learn about this!
My daughter is 9 and history is her favorite subject. She loves the ancients best.
We have kiddos aged 15, 14, 10, 7, and 2. They love to study Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece & Ancient Mesopotamia.
My kids are 12,10,8,6,4, and baby due in nov. Their favorite history topic is probably world war 2 but we’re doing ancient history this year so this would be perfect!!
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This looks amazing! My daughter is only 5 and right now we are reading Little House in the Big Woods together – it has been so much fun to see her reaction to her first real history “lesson”!
My guys are 12 and 9. My 12 year old has been really interested in medieval history and the American Revolution, but has started to express an interest in WWII. My 9 year old loves Greek and Roman mythology.
My kids are 8 and 11, and they love history. This year, we are studying the ancients with a Story of the World Vol. 1. This would be a wonderful addition to our studies.
My boys are 5 and 7. Their favorite historical time period is when Jesus was alive. They love reading the scriptures and learning about how the scripture stories relate to their own lives in so many ways.
My daughter is almost 5. I personally love World War II era
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My kids are 5 and 8 and love anything historical. We read about all the time periods. Thank You.
My kids are 7, 6, 5, and 3! This is our first year homeschooling, and we are starting at the beginning of time with Classical Conversations. I can’t really say yet what their favorite period is, but they are enjoying learning about the early civilizations.
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My guys are 10 and 7 and they love learning about ancient Egypt and the gold rush.
Oh fun! My kids are 9, 6, 2 and 1. So far their favorite time period has been knights and castles. 🙂
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My kids are 6, 6, 5, 3, & 1, & the big guys most like learning about ancient Egypt so far.
My kiddos are 10, 8, 6, 3 and 6 months. Lately they LOVE Ancient Eqypt. We listened to The Kane Chronicles on audiobook, Story of the World Volume 1 and then took a trip to the Metropolitian Museum of Art to see a REAL Egyptian Temple. They would LOVE History Unboxed!
My children are 11, 9, and 6. Our favorite is Ancient Greece. We also have loved to study Egypt & hieroglyphs, the 1800s, American history, and different states (when/how they became a state). Thank you for the chance!
9,7 and 4
Roman and Greek History
10, 6 and 5
We love all history, but especially American History and the Middle Ages. Thanks for the chance.
My kids are 14, 9. 5 and 2. They love ancient Egypt and the Vikings
My kids are 11 and 6 and are loving studying about king tut!!
My kids are 7, 4.5 and 1. They love learning about Ancient Egypt!
This is perfect! My daughter is 13 and we are gearing up to study ancient history. She loves any and all history!
My girls are 11 & 14. They enjoy early American history.
My kids are 4, 5, and 7. They love WWII!!
I have a 6 yr old and a 3 yr old. They really got involved with ancient egypt projects last year. Now the 6 yr old really loves reading from his usborne history book in general.
My daughter is 12 and loves reading anything about the 1800’s.
My kids are 14 & 10. We love studying the American Revolution — Colonial Williamsburg is one of our favorite places to visit! Thank you for the giveaway.
My son is 6. We are just starting to homeschool but he seems to like Ancient Egypt, just like his mom!
In our crew, we have ages 9, 7, 4, and 2. They have especially enjoyed learning about Ancient Egypt and Native American cultures.
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What a great company! I love this idea!
My kids are 13, 10, 7, and 2.
The boys love World War II time period and my 7 year old loves Ancient Egypt.
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Our son is 5.5. He loves ancient history especially unsolved historical stories like Atlantis; he also enjoys ancient ruins of any kind.
7, 4, and 2, and it’s still ancients, although medieval is definitely gaining ground.
My kids are 4, 7, 10, and 12. They’ve especially liked studying ancient Egypt and other ancient civilians.
My kids are 10 and 12. I love American History, especially Westward Expansion.
Kids are 7, almost-5 and baby… and the topic they keep wanting to read about over and over is Ancient Egypt. 🙂
My kids are 12, 9, 6 and 4. Right now they enjoy American history and Ancient Egypt the most.
My kids are 16,15 and 6. My oldest daughter is big into history but always wants the hands on experience. Which is hard for someone like me that hates history. Her favorite period is Ancient egypt. BTW shared on FB also. Thanks
My kiddos are 7, 6, 4 (triplets), 3, and 1. We haven’t done much history yet so this would be great to get us started!
My 12 year old loves studying the World War era. She loves delving into the fashion, food, entertainment, culture…and pictures of family from that era.
My kids are 16, 13, and 9. They love medieval history.
My daughter is 6. Lately, she has been really interested in learning about our US Presidents, especially “the ones with the white hair.”
This is the first time I’ve heard of History Unboxed. It would be fun to try.
Our kids are ages 8, 6, and 3, and we have a baby on the way. We love learning about the history of just about every time period and place, but one of our favorites lately has been Ancient Greece. History Unboxed sounds great; thanks for the chance to win!
My kids are 4 and 9 and are huge Ancient Greek, Rome and Egypt fans. Would love to branch out from these to some other areas!
10, 9, 6, and 3. My oldest likes the pioneer days, and my second child likes the Middle Ages.
My oldest is almost 5 (I also have a 5-month-old) and right now he is very interested in prehistoric times, sparked by a love for arrowheads and saber toothed cats. Thanks for the opportunity!
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Ages 4, 6, and 7. They loved learning about the Ancient Egyptians.
I understand that you can’t deliver in France. It’s sad but I’ll look yours ideas on Pinterest 😉
5 and 3 almost 6 and 4. American Pioneers and Ancient Egyptians
My kids are 10,8, and 5 and all three love learning about the Revolutionary War.
My children are 8, 7 and 1. They enjoy studying Native Americans, Greece and the history of tribes in Africa.
My twins are 8 and love ancient Egypt.
My kids are 5,7,11 & 13. Ancient Greece and Rome are their current favourites, though ancient Egypt is appealing too.
6 and 3. They like Chinese history:)
Oldest is 11, middle is 9, and youngest is 8. We love medieval, ancient, U.S. Actually all history has been fun and much loved!
I shared it on facebook too.
My children are 15, 12, & 11 years old. We love some ancient studies…Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome, and Ancient Celtic cultures are our favorites. Thank you for making such cool stuff!
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My girls are 6&9. Egypt remains a favorite!
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My kiddos ages are 2, 5 & 7. They have really enjoyed Egyptian history so this would perfect!!
My 11yr old son loves any and all history, but especially American, and my 13 year old daughter enjoys Ancient History. This is a fantastic give-away!
Just shared on Facebook!
My kids are 5 and 3. This is our first year homeschooling, so we haven’t any history studies beyond our family history.
My kiddos are six and eight. They love Colonial America and Ancient Egypt so far.
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My sons are 7 years old and 8-months old. Ancient Egypt is our favorite time period right now.
My children are 8 and 2 years old. My 8 year likes to study China!
I re-posted this to Facebook!
5 and.3, ancient Egypt!
8 and 11 western expansion! we have been looking at the history unboxed offerings for a while. would be a major treat to win this!!!!
This looks like fun!
I have a 5, 4, 2, and 9 months. They like learning about Bible times, but that’s all the history we’ve covered so far. This looks fun!
My kids are 13 , 9, & 2. My 9 yr. old loves pretty much all history but ancient Egypt is his favorite. My 13 yr. old is really into learning about early American history and the civil war.
My kids are 10, 7, and 5. They mostly love to learn about Ancient Greek and Roman history and exploring the Americas!
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My children are 6, 4, 3, and 1. My oldest loves Ancient History and they all love the American Revolution.
My kids are 11 and 8, and right now ancient Greece is their favorite.
My kids are 5 and 7. My favorite period is Ancient Greece. We are reading and rereading the Greek Myths now.
My kids are 9, 7, and 5. We are studying ancient history this year and would LOVE to try History Unboxed!
My daughter is 12 years old, her favourite period is Ancient Greece ????
We love studying American history for 6th & 9th grades.