This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest!
Welcome to this week’s giveaway, brought to you by a resource that has completely changed the way my family home educates for the better–Thomas Jefferson Education (also known as TJEd).
“TJEd” or “Leadership Education” is a philosophy and methodology that supports personalizing education for each child’s age, gifts and learning style.
Its focus on the 7 Keys of Great Teaching and the Phases of Learning really reduce stress and magnify inspiration.
One of the tools we provide is This Week in History–a daily resource that brings your homeschool or classroom to life!
Whatever you want to learn, whatever there is to teach, it starts with history…
With a subscription to This Week in History, named by Homeschool.com as one of the top curricula for the past two years, each day’s resources are an adventure in math, science, language skills, geography, current events, the arts and so on – all tied to events in history.
For just $9.99 per month, you have the world of learning available to help you lead and inspire your students to explore, learn and excel!
This Week in History is provided as a weekly online bundle of resources that you can access in either of two ways:
- On the dedicated blog feed at TJEd.org
- Via an email sent directly to your inbox
The content is searchable by date, topic and key word, and the whole year’s archive can be accessed by subscribers at any time.
Of all the things you’ll spend $10 on each month, This Week in History is not only a great value, but a time saver and a worry eliminator.
This Week in History:
- relieves fear, stress and burnout
- energizes your homeschool
- fills in the gaps
- cultivates cultural literacy
- facilitates state or provincial compliance
- correlates resources for co-ops, classrooms and family learning
- harnesses the power of technology in a classical leadership education
- harmonizes with Unschooling, Charlotte Mason, Montessori, Trivium/Quadrivium, IEW, eclectic, etc.
- delivers new ideas and areas of learning to you and your child
- instigates discussions and projects that expand wisdom and understanding
- connects the subject areas–from music to math, from geography to world religions, from hobbies to science projects, etc.
- motivates you and your students to greater excellence
- empowers you to mentor your students in the classics
- enlivens the 7 Keys of Great Teaching
- activates the Phases of Learning
…so you can “Inspire, not Require.”
One Simple Homeschool reader will win the following:
a full year’s subscription to This Week in History (a $120 value); PLUS the following books (valued at over $50) shipped to you:
- A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-first Century
- Leadership Education: The Phases of Learning
- Thomas Jefferson Education for Teens (and every adult who wants to change the world)
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 this question: How old are your children, and why would you like to win this package?
This giveaway IS open internationally, yay overseas readers!
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The Simple Homeschool Bundle is your best way to get off the educational Conveyor Belt and bring the principles of Leadership Education into your heart and home.
This bundle includes the following:
- 7 Keys Certification Complete 4 Levels
- 7 Keys Introduction and Overview
- (4) Study Guides (1 for each level)
- (8) Audio Trainings (12 hours audio content)
- (5) PDF e-books
- A Thomas Jefferson Education (PDF, 208 pages)
- Leadership Education: The Phases of Learning (PDF, 317 pages)
- Thomas Jefferson Education for Teens (PDF, 162 pages)
- The Student Whisperer (PDF, 156 pages)
- A Thomas Jefferson Education Home Companion (PDF, 251 pages)
- “Core and Love of Learning Seminar Highlights” (zip file, mp3 content ~4 hours)
- The 5 Habits of Highly Successful Homeschoolers
Normally priced at $204, you can get the entire bundle for just $47 with the coupon code “SIMPLEBONUS13”
This giveaway has ended, and the winner is Chessa, who wrote: “My kids are 9.5 and almost 6. I’d love to win because we’ve become bored with what we’ve been doing for history – slogging through for almost three years. I would LOVE a fresh perspective/methodology on the subject!”
My kids are 0,1,3,4,4,5,6,8,12,13,13, and 15.
I’m not interested in more “how to” programs or advice, but This Week in History sounds like lots of fun and learning for our morning meetings. I’d love to win it because our budget is tight! 🙂
I have littles so info on getting started is what I’m looking for!
My sons are 12 & 14. We love history & it would benefit us so much to have this giveaway. We appreciate it!
My daughters are 5 and 7. I’ve been interested in learning more about TJed but just haven’t had the opportunity. This would be perfect. Thank you!
My kids are 8, 5, and 3. I’d love to win this to add a go to resource to our mornings. Thanks for offering the giveaway!
Our children are 8, 10, 12, and 14 . I researched the Week in History but it was not in our budget this year. Thank you for the opp to win.
Our children are 14, 12, 7 and 5. I’m finding that as they get older it’s harder to find topics to keep them engaged at “homeschool” time. This sounds like something that would work for us.
Thanks for the chance to win 🙂
Thank you so much for this opportunity. My girls are 7 and 5. History is an area I struggle with and this looks like an incredible way to seamlessly integrate it into our daily activities. We have recently moved to The Bahamas so online resources are a huge bonus. Thanks again.
Our children are 9,7, and 2. This is our second year of home school and we are still looking for curriculum that fits our family. I am half way through The Seven Keys and feel that this my be a good path for us! Thank you for this opportunity!
My children are 8 and 12. This Week in History would be a great addition to our homeschool and I would like to learn more about Thomas Jefferson Education.
My kids are 12, 8, and 6. I have been exploring their site for about a year and am interested but such a formula mom. This would give me the opportunity to dive in and read more. Thanks for the opportunity.
14, 13, 5, 3. I’d love to re-ignite a love of history with my older ones and instill a love in the younger ones. I feel like this is something I could use for the whole group!
My children are 8, 6 and 3. When I was in graduate school, I studied Philosophy of Education. A close friend was a Jeffersonian Scholar, and we talked a lot about Jefferson. Funny thing is, I know almost nothing about this approach. I recently read A Thomas Jefferson Education, and next to me on my desk is The Phases of Learning by DeMille. I would love to win this giveaway because it seems perfectly timely to where we are in our homeschooling journey. Thus far we’ve been solid unschoolers, but as my oldest is getting older, I see and feel the need to focus her energy (on more than mindcraft!). I have a funny feeling it might be the next step on our journey, and winning this would just scream to me that I need to take it seriously.
This would benefit our family greatly! I have a 5 and 7 year old.
my kids are 5, 2 and 4mo and I have been eyeing this education style but couldn’t get the books from the library. Would love this!
Our youngest son is 9 and the only one left in our homeschool.
The time has gone fast…. I want to enjoy our time together. It Is of great value!
My children are 5, 11 and 13. I have been interesting in the TJEd for some time, but haven’t had the finances. Thank you for the chance to win.
I have 4 kids ages 13, 8, 6 and 4. I am tired of doing school with just regurgitation of facts and want them to love learning not just look at it as something that has to get done.
My children are ages 8, 10, 12, and 15. They love this type of learning where you have a lot of hands on activities and see how what they are learning connects to one another as well as their importance or relevance.
I shared the giveaway on Facebook and liked Thomas Jefferson Education on Facebook.
My kids are 3, 5, and 7. I have been toying with the idea of TJEd for a year or so–my oldest and I struggle with finding a joyful balance in schooling and it sounds so liberating!
My sons are 9 and 15 . We love History and I am so interested in learning more about a Thomas Jefferson Education. Thank you so much for all the information. Blessings ~ amy
My children are 8, 6 and 3. I’d like to give my oldest some freedom with history, b/c its his favorite subject. The Week in History seems like it could be a good starting point, as he could read it online and report back to me. I am also interested in Jefferson Education as my husband works for Bard college, the president of the college has written a book called Jefferson’s Children which I have skimmed but not read in its entirety yet. Maybe this will get me moving! Thanks for all you do, I really appreciate reading your words every week. I want to move to more independence for them, but we live in NYC and have lots of reporting/testing to our district even as homeschoolers.
This sounds like a great product for my children who are 10 and 15. I remember when I was in high school that I had a class that did the days events from local newspapers and I loved it. We did everything like a regular class assignments but when we didn’t like what was happening the teacher told us to write to our congress men. It was very exciting. Thank you for a chance to win such a great prize.
I would love to have this resource for our family.
My daughter is 13. She loves history, and this would be a way to bring it alive. the educational materials would benefit us, as well, now that she is older we are looking to refresh our homeschool.
My children are 4 mo, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12. My children thrive on history, and this sounds like a great fit, that may even simplify our homeschooling! Thank you so much for the opportunity!
My daughters are ages 12 and 14. I have been looking at this for a couple of years but have been hesitant to try due to past history curriculum failures. I would love to try this out!!!!
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My kids are 16, 14, 9, 7, 5.
We love to learn and a provided resource is a blessing in many ways!
I have a 5.5 and 2.5. Im not the best with history for my son so I really could benefit from the TJ kit and history resources.
Thanks for the giveaway.
My kids are 15,12,8,3. I e wanted this for awhile but budget is too tight. We do TJED & love it.
My kids are 13, 11, and 10. We have had 2 moves in the past 6 months and could use “This Week in History” to jumpstart our homeschool for the semester.
This Week in History sounds like fun. Thanks for the chance. (Kiddos, 14, 10, 6.)
I am starting a 3-day a week school/2-days of homeschool. These homeschool resources would be an amazing addition to our parent resource library-not to mention using to train our teachers. I have 6 kids of my own: 15, 13, 12, 10, 8, 5; however, the ‘school’ will serve students pre-school through high school.
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10, 13, 15, 17 and I would love This Week in History!
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Our daughters are 8 and 6 years old – I like to learn more about TJEd, and I think Today in History would be a fun way to add more continuity for our homeschool day.
My son is almost 11 and loves history! I’ve been reviewing these products for awhile and would really like to add this to our curriculum. Thanks!
Mine are 6, 8, 10. I’d like to win for the opportunity to try something I’ve been curious about for a long time. Thanks!
My kids are 17, 12, 10, 6 and 3. I would like to win this because what we’re doing now isn’t really working that well.
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Our son is 6, and we want to teach him in a way that he learns the classics but also learns naturally. He enjoys the world around him so much, and we never want his education to dim his desire to learn.
My child is 7 and I would love to win this because I think he would enjoy it immensely.
My daughter is 9 and my son is 13. This sounds like a great concept. I like having all of the resources gathered for me. It sounds like a great time saver. Also, my daughter would like more hands on projects.
Our children are 8, 6 and 2 and we have just purchased the HS bundle. I would love to have a weekly resource to go with it!
I always go to their website to see whats going on. I’ve always hoped I could use this but get scared that my boys wouldn’t enjoy it like i would. maybe I’ll win and use it myself!!!
My kids are 18 mo, 3,5,8,10,11,12,14,17,19,20,20. I have wanted to learn more about the this homeschool method for a while now. Sounds like a fit for our home. Thanks for the oppotrunity!
My kiddos are 5, 9, and 14. I’ve had my eye on This week in History for a while! The other books? I’d share with those close to me who could really benefit, but keep the teen book since my teen lost my first copy before we could read it…. 😉
My children are ages 3, 10 and 17.
This would give me the keys, tools, and guidance to be able to teach my children in the way I really feel is the best and natural way of learning. It would be such a blessing! Thanks for this opportunity 🙂
Our kids are 6 and 4. After this year of kindergarten, we plan to homeschool. This is one of the models/programs I researched. Along with history, it provides an opportunity to learn about government and leadership. I have followed your blog since before we had kids. I appreciate the resources you share with us!
My kids are 11 and 13. I would love to win because our first couple of months of Homeschooling have been quite confusing and overwhelming. I would love some direction and help with an organized site such as this! Good Luck to us all!!!
Our kids are 8, 6, 3, and 3 months. I’ve heard a lot of great things about Thomas Jefferson Education and this would be a wonderful time to try it out. Thanks for the chance to win!
With 6 kids burnout comes quickly. But we always turn to history for a bit of a revival. We love Thomas Jefferson Education. We would love this too. Thanks for posting! And all your other great emails, tips, stories and deals. Your website contributes so much to our homeschool!:0)
My kids are 16, 7 and 5. We would be very happy to use this interesting resource, heard about it but didn’t have the chance to get it…
My kids are 10, 8, and 6, and we are looking for an individualized curriculum to meet their needs.
My kiddos are 7, 5, and 3, and I’m sure this would be beneficial for all of us.
My kids are 7, 3, and 6 months. We do not currently homeschool but have been very interested in the TJEd approach. The phases of learning approach really resonates with me, and I have been so impressed with the quality of everything I’ve seen from the DeMilles. Thanks for the chance to access the resource!
My students are 12 and 13. With one about to start high school at home, we need a more intentional course of study. I love the idea of centering our studies around history. It’s the subject I learn the most from right along with my children. Trying a new curriculum can be very expensive so I’d enjoy trying this one for free.
My kids are 8 and nearly 7. I’ve read a TJED book before, so I’d love some more resources to learn from!
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Our kids are 12 & 13. I am over the constant curriculum chase. We have integrated into a Brave Writer lifestyle, I recommend it to everyone. I have read a lot about Thomas Jefferson and I think it would be a great addition to the lifestyle we have going. Thank you for the chance to win!
My children are 12, 10 and 6. We love history and I’ve had my eye on this for two years, but our budget is limited. Thanks for the opportunity to win.
My boys are 2 and 4. I have read the Phases of Learning and it really resonated with us.
I would appreciate learning more about TJED, and This Day in History sounds interesting and like a lot of fun!
Our kids are 7, 5, and 3. We love history and it would be fun to have natural ways to tie in other “subjects”.
my kids are 2, 5 and 7 and we love TJEd. Would love to try this week in history!
My children are 12, 5, and 2. I am interested in TJED because it seems to be something that will work for all of us and thus would be a way to learn more. Thank you, love your website.
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My kiddos are 1,3,6 and 7 and we’re just getting started on our learning! I love the ideas in TJEd and I am trying to incorporate it in our family’s learning. Thanks!
My 10 year old would love the opportunity to try the program thank you and happy new year
They’re 9, 5, and 2. History if a weak spot for me personally, so this would be helpful.
Our sons are 9 and 7 and love history. We immerse in westward expansion history because I work at Fort Laramie NHS. They read other history, but seeing it in a weekly format would be so much fun.
My son, 9, loves history, devours it, in fact. We were kind of introduced to the TJ way of education when we tried Classical Conversations. We ultimately dropped out of the program, but still love the philosophy.
My kids are 13, 10, and 5. They live learning about history, and the subscription sounds great!
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My kids are 9 & 12 and they LOVE history! We’d be honored to win this package as we have been considering this program for a while because it looks interesting, I am not organized enough to put something like this together myself & we like the TJed approach! I really appreciate your blog, thanks for the inspiration & education!
My kids are 3,5,9 and 12. I would love, love, love to win- I have entered every time! so interested in this philosophy and finding something new for us in our homeschool- some days things are working- other times not so much. thanks for the chance!! Yay international!
My children are 17 and 14. I would love to have this resource to help my children really appreciate history. 17s spent time in an online charter school having to do the typical book work. He has been to some amazing history sites and appreciates that history, but needs help appreciating the other history. I want 14d to learn to appreciate history form the start. She has also visited some sites and has started asking some questions about those. To have this resource would help her.
Thanks for this opportunity!!
Our children are 2,4,6,12,15, and 18. I am a homeschool graduate myself, and have always loved learning about history. With a large busy homeschooling family like ours I occasionally find it difficuly to come up with new exciting ideas for sharing my love of history with my kids. This week in history sounds like a wonderful tool to use for the entire family! Thanks.
They are almost 10, 4, and 1. I have been interested in this homeschool philosophy, but haven’t had the extra money to buy the books and look into it. Plus, the subscription sounds really useful!
My son is 6 and I just found out about the Thomas Jefferson philosophy. We’ve naturally been applying the philosophy before I read about it and this package would really help bring the curriculum together while I incorporate it with our Waldorf learning.
My kids are 8, 7, 4 and 2. My 4 year old has some learning disabilities and we are really struggling with the regular school system. My mommy heart tells me I need to start homeschooling but I’m overwhelmed with where to start. I looked into TJed and it seems like so much of it rings true with what I believe schooling should be like. But I haven’t taken the plunge, I would love to win these materials to give me that shove I need to really get started.
My kids are 3, 6, and 8. We are looking for new inspiration and would be so excited to try this!!
My kids are 4 and 2. All I’ve read about TJED matches our ideas on education. I want the bundle so I can start with an idea of what I am doing.
My kiddos are 9, 2, and 6 months. My daughter loves history and I like the idea of integrating multiple subjects at one time. We’ve tried several math programs that didn’t work for her and I’m curious to see if this would work better for her. And it’s something for me to have in mind when the boys are old enough to start school 🙂
We have a 5, 3, and 1 year old, and have just begun our homeschool journey. Reading about TJed is why we’re homeschooling now! We’d love to build on our knowledge of history and leadership with this curriculum.
My children are 6, 3, and 1. I love TJ Ed and I need this bundle so I will have the building blocks for my children’s education; the way I feel will lead them to the greatest success, and a life-long love of learning.
I have an 11 year old boy, two 10 year old boys and a 7 year old girl. They devour historical novels and I am new to this leadership model of homeschooling but very excited to be learning more. Winning this would be an amazing gift for our family!
I have 5 children but only the oldest is homeschooling right now and so far we are failing. My 7th grade
son is so unhappy with our choice of curriculum I really need some inspiration here. Maybe this would help.
My kids are 4 1/2 and 2. We want them to have a well rounded useful education. That is why TED fits us so well. We are just testing the more structured learning time with the 4 year old and we are working on teaching him in ways that are interesting to him.
Mine are 3 & 6 with another on the way. We’re just starting our home school journey so I’m excited about any resources that will help us on our way.
My kids are 14 and 16. What I’ve read about TJED tells me that it would be a great program to help turn my teens into leaders. And interesting programs are so difficult to come by in the teen years. Thanks for the opportunity!
My kids are 9 & 12. This looks so interesting and fun and we’d be learning all at the same time! 🙂
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My kids are 13 and 9 months. I’d like to win this b/c we’re just starting out with homeschooling and my son is very interested in history.
I could use some new inspiration on our homeschool. Kids are 12, 9, 2 and 11 months.
My kids are 1, 4, 6, and 8 and we love studying history together. This Week in History sounds like a wonderful addition to what we are already doing. :)))
My kids are nearly 6 and 3 yrs old. The eldest is particularly enjoying the beginning of our TJEd approach to education which we’ve recently started so it would be great to have more resources to continue the fun :). Thanks.
My children are 3 & 6. This is a resource I’ve been looking at but don’t currently have the budget for. It’s a great opportunity!
Mine are 6, 2, and brand new. I’d love to win this because it would mesh beautifully with the transition from our Montessori-style home kindergarten into a Charlotte Mason first grade. Thanks for hosting.
Our family h as really enjoyed history this year. We would be able to learn together as a family, especially with the birth of our upcoming baby in March. This would be a great addition to our day! Our children are 8, 6, and 2 1/2.
My children are 8,6, and 3. I would love to win this because I want my children to become independent thinkers, but also to enjoy life and learning together. Right now, it seems more like relaxed school at home.
My kids are 8, 7 and 5. They would love the This Week in History feature!
12 year old daughter & 10 year old son. Amazing potential as future leaders and stuff they are doing now in helping others but I need to get a grasp on their home education more effectively and help especially my daughter to love learning.
My children are ages 3, 5 and 7. I am always on the lookout for ways to bring up interesting and educational conversations with my children organically. This sounds perfect and incorporates so many topics.
My children are 8 and 11. I would like to use This Week in History to fill in the gaps of my social studies “curriculum.” I do not use a formal Social Studies or Science curriculum, but rather piecemeal them together using resources that I find online and in books that I believe to be of great quality. I would really like to try This Week in History and see how it could inspire my children and me!
I have 4 children. Ages 17, 14, 11 and 6. This sounds wonderful for our eclectic/literature based learning!
“Relieves fear, stress and burnout.” Yes! Please!!
My kids are 6, 4 and 1.
Two boys – 3 and 8. My son loves history – it’s one of the only elements of learning he will gladly participate in – so any new resources are gladly received.
My boys are 7 and 10 with a 3MO sister bringing up the rear. I’m really inspired by the TJEd info I read on your blog and have been striving to loosen up our homeschool so my boys have more time to explore their own interests. We’ve recently implemented a morning meeting type system for learning together and this sounds like it would provide a great jumping off point for our studies. LOVE your blog, thanks for the chance to win!
My kids are 3&6 and this looks like something my 6 yr old especially would love!
My daughters are 7 and 4. I heard Shanon Brooks speak last summer and was very intrigued by the Thomas jefferson education model.
My kids are 9.5 and almost 6. I’d love to win because we’ve (I’ve?) become bored with what we’ve been doing for history – slogging through for almost three years. I would LOVE a fresh perspective/methodology on the subject!
My kids are 5 and 2. I’m just getting started on this homeschool journey and this sounds like a fun way to start. I love history too and love the every day stuff that makes up history.
My daughters are 11 and 8. We love history and this package is wonderful!
My kids are 10, 9, 7, and 4. This sounds like it would be really interesting!
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My kids are 6, 2 and 1. And history and understanding it is so important.
My kids are 8, 6, 3, and 2. I have been reading Oliver Demille’s books recently. I love his style of learning from classic literature!
My kids are 7 and 11. We have the January blues and definitely have some gaps to fill! I’m more than a little bummed out to discover this resource after we purchased other materials and programs. It sounds wonderful and we would be thrilled to add a new program to our schedule!
My 4.5 year old and I are embracing the TJEd philosophy! The more I learn, the more I love it. I would greatly enjoy this package, as I believe TJEd is essential for our homeschool journey.
I have a 3 and a 7yo.
I love the integrated nature of this program. We’re still finding our way in homeschooling and this sounds fantastic
My children are 8, 7, 5, 3 and 6 months. I really want them to enjoy their education and we are so tired and bored with the same old boring workbooks and such. I have been wondering about TJ ed ever since starting to read Simple Homeschool!
My boys are 3 and 5 but if I won I would give it to my sister whose girls are 8 and 13. She homeschools them and they would love this!
4 and 5. We are starting “school stuff” and finding what fits our family. This would ebay great for me!
My kiddos are 11,9,7,4,2. I would love this for my own learning and for my children!
My sons are 6 and 6months. I would love to win this. I know it would go perfect with my unschooling homeschooling. Unfortunately it was not in my budget for this year. Thank you for the chance of winning it for free! I am especially looking forward to reading the book “Leadership Education: The Phases of Learning”. My son is young, but already has a love for history and is always asking questions, so I know he would love this as well.
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We were just looking at TJ ed the other day and wondering if it was really as amazing as it sounds!!! Thanks for the post and the giveaway as it has re-sparked my interest. My boys are 6 & 8 and we would absolutely love to be able to include this in our daily learning schedule.
My girls are 3 and 4. We’re beginning our homeschool journey this fall, and I’ve begun reading about the TJed model. After 12 years as an educator in the traditional classroom, I am excited about this approach to learning. I’d love to be able to instill a life-long love of learning in my girls. Since I was a social studies teacher, the Week in History is an exciting tool to help me share the amazing way history is part of every aspect of our lives.
my kids are 1, 5, 7, and 9. I’d love to win because I’ve been wanting to read these books.
My 14 year old loves history! Sounds like a wonderful package.
My amazing son is 5 and we have a lot of years of learning in front of us any help with making that fun and engaging is worth it’s weight in gold!!
My boys are 6 and 8 and I think they would really enjoy this approach!
my kids are 12 , 8, 6, 3, & 2 months looking for a more well rounded education and this looks like it may fit the bill!
The children I am educating in this season of life range in age from 7-14 and I would love to have this resource to spur their interests in a variety of areas.
My boys are 5 and 8. I’m looking for something new to get them inspired and this sounds like a great program.
My kids are 9, 7 and 4. One of my goals for homeschooling in 2016 is to bring in more history (as we concentrated heavily on reading, writing and math in the fall), and I’ve had my eye on this program for a while!
My kids are 1,3,4,8, and 9. With two in love of learning and two babies in the womb, I would love the opportunity to use this week in history for our kidschools. And since I have the books I would use the 2nd copies to help others learn more.
My kids are 8, 6, 5, 3, and 1. I would love to win because I love reading HOmeschool Books and getting ideas. I think I would be most excited about the Phases of Learning book!
My boys are 9, 11 and 16. I love history and have trouble finding ways to get them engaged with it. I would love a resource like this!
I also shared this on my facebook page to my homeschool co-op (which probably decreases the chance for me to win, but at least someone will!) lol
We have kids ages 12, 11,8,6,2,and 2mo (but currently only the 6yo is homeschooling.) Am hoping to bring several back to homeschooling next year. This Week in History sounds like a great way to make study of history more interactive and fun, a nice supplement to what we’re currently doing.
I have 10,8,6 and 1 year old. We need some fresh interesting materials for 2016 and this sounds like perfect solution for our family. Thank you for the opportunity!
My kids are 9 and 3. I am struggling to find a program to hold my son’s interest and I think this program might work. I would love to try it out.
My children are 7, 7, and 6. I want to add history to our homeschool days but have not found anything that works yet. This sounds fantastic.
My children are 9 and 5. I have just started reading The Five Habits of Highly Successful Homeschoolers and I love it! Next up is Leadership Education. This Week in History sounds like it would be a great fit for our family. Thanks for the giveaway!
My child is 13 years old. I have been interested in learning more about TJed and its leadership education. Thank you for the opportunity to win.
My son is 6 and my daughter is 4. We’d love to win this package because I already recognize a budding fascination with history in my oldest – he’s hungry to learn about nearly any historical subject and always asks to watch a documentary about the subject or find more books about it! He’d love this!
I have a 12 year old. Though she’s an avid reader and writer (beyond grade level) she dislikes our history studies. I need a resources like these to help her tap into the richness of the story of history.
I’ve shared on Facebook so that my fellow homeschooling families can enter the giveaway as well
My kids are 12, 9, 8, and 6. I love love to win this for my family! We love history and TJ and I would love to own these books.
My kids are 5 and 6. We are newly into this whole homeschooling thing and I have been curious about the TJed approach as of late – would love to have some of my own resources about it. And, “This Week in History,” sounds like an amazing resource that we’d love to try out!
The comment that it “connects the subject areas–from music to math, from geography to world religions, from hobbies to science projects” is what appeals to me. My girls are 10, 8, 5, and 21 months. So something that is more planned out and connects lots of subject is just what I need. 🙂
My kids are 8 and 5. I have started to leave more about the Thomas Jefferson Education model and really like what I have seen. I think this week in history would give me some wonderful tools to use with my kids as I strive to teach more in the model. Thanks!
My kids are 11,8,6. TJEd sound like an interesting method- can’t wait to try it!
I have a 5,2.5, and 1 yr old. I have learned about TJ Ed from my mother who partially did it with some younger siblings. I’ve been acing to get these books so I can do it from the get go with my girls !!!!!fingers crossed
I have a 10,9,7,&6 year old. I think this works be perfect for multi level learning, so we could spend more time together.
My sons are 2, 6, and 12. I’m interested in this because I would like to add in some Leadership Education.
My kids are 4. 7, and 9 and I think this is a great program. I have been reading about it for years and think it would make a great addition to our “homeschooling” that we do to broaden their horizons, since we are expats.
My sons are 5 years and 5month old. Would love this for our first year of homeschooling because my son loves history already and a new method for him to explore our history would be just wonderful!! I mean after all both my boys have been named after the first two presidents.
My kids are 11,8,6,4. This would enhance our studies and help solidify our integration of subjects.
My children are 5, 3 and 1. I’m interested in TJEd because I think it can add new ideas and perspectives to our homeschooling. To be able to lay a solid foundation while they are young.
My kids are 16,14 and 9. I would love a way for us to celebrate history as a family again. For the last two years, the kids have been in different time periods. This sounds amazing.
Greetings from Malaysia! My kids are 2, 4 and almost 7. I’d love to win this as I believe history is important and the fact that the giveaway is open internationally is even cooler! Let me win pleaseeeeeee!!! <3
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Hi. My children are 12, 9, 7, 5, and 2. I’ve been following TJed for a while and would love to implement it in our household. We need more intention and focus. This will help! Thank you!
2,5,8. They love history!
My children will soon be 7 and 5. My son LOVES history and I would be thrilled to have this program.
My kids are 8&15. This is our 3rd year homeschooling and I have yet to find a curriculum that just clicks! I want to find something that makes learning come ALIVE! This program sounds amazing!!!
I’ve read a bit of the Thomas Jefferson book and found it very interesting. My kids are 4,7,8,9.
My kiddos are 13, 11 and 9. I think this would be a great addition to our homeschool. I love the idea of the “This Week in History” resource.
What a great resource. I would love to win…
My kiddos are 15, 13, 8, 3 and 1. Would love to win this because it sounds like it will help bring history to life!
My girls are 10 and 13 and they love history – and I would love to learn more about the TJ approach! Thank you for this give-away!
My name is Andria. My kids are 8,6,4 and 2. I would love to have this as I am trying to transition into a learning where my kids learn character and have a love for learning. I dont have the money to buy this but my kids would love it. Thanks.
Our daughter is 5 (soon to be 6). I would love to win this because, while she has always be interested in science, geography, and math, she is starting to show a marked interest in history!
My children are 11, 9 and 4. We have just learned about TJED recently and are trying to learn more and start to incorporate it into our journey. My oldest loves history and I would love a way to blend it in to our day and engage the younger two kids….this looks like a perfect fit! Thanks for the opportunity.
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My children are 10 and 7. We have been hs for 2 months. We are just starting to figure things out and this would be a fun addition.
My daughter is 9 and we are new home schoolers. I would love your curriculum because as a military family, our budget is always small and this fits the bill. More importantly, I would love my daughter to have a love for history and to learn it in an inspiring manner. ❤️
My boys are 4 and 6 and I’m interested in finding an educational philosophy and resources that will work for both of them.
My munchkins are 13 and 7&3/4; we would especially love This Week in History – the sample bits we’ve tried have been very well received by our family, but unfortunately our budget just couldn’t take any more additions this year.
My kids are 9,7,5 and 4. I’d like to win because I love the TJEd and everything I have read so far has inspired me to learn and teach (rather inspire) differently. So I want more of what I know I love!
I jave 4 girls, 16, 15, 14, and 11, and a boy, 9. I would love this, because I feel it would help me to stay better organized and I need a good history curriculum!! Plus, I love when the subjects intersect… Makes the day that much easier!
My kids are 6, 4, 3, 1 and we love TJed!!! We would love this week in history because we love to learn whatever is around us.:)
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My children are 10, 7, and 2. I am excited at the chance to win a year of your curriculum. It looks so interesting and like something that will help make our mornings exciting! By January, I start struggling with excitement in our school work. Thank you for the chance!
Our children are 9, 7 and 5. I would like to win because I feel like there is a lot of history I just don’t know and this would be such a fun way to learn.
Our children are almost 16, 13, 12(next week) and 7. I love History and my children are learning to like it as well.. They have learned a good bit by listening to stories on CD about our history and I think this would help fill in the areas they need to round out their history lesson! Thanks.
My kids are 8, 5 and 2. Would love to give this program a try! Looks interesting 🙂
My kids are 7,11 and 15. My son is severely dyslexic and has memory processing issues but loves history and science. He somehow can remember more about these subjects than any other. I would love something that would enrich this for him that he would really look forward too.. Thank you
My children are 11, 8, and newborn. I’ve been eyeing this for a while now. Would love the opportunity to incorporate into our homeschool. With a newborn, fostering independent learning in my other two would be a lifesaver
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My kids are 9,6, and 3! I want to instill in my children the love of history and the pride that comes with knowing history and how significant it is!
My children are 9, 7, 5, 3, and 22 months. 🙂 I would LOVE to win this because we are at a crossroads with our current history curriculum. My kids love history, I don’t feel excellent at teaching it but enjoy learning alongside of them what I somehow missed in my own education, and our current curriculum is the opposite of exciting. 😉
My boys are 8 and 5. I have been really interested in TJ Education from reading your blog for the last few years. We are in our second year of home schooling and while we have found many things that work well I feel like there is still some guiding principal that is missing. We tend to be pretty unschooly but I do enjoy a sense of structure which is why many of things I read about TJED intrigue me. This would be a great way to begin our research!
My daughter is 5 and is soaking up learning as fast as we can feed it. We could really use this in the household!
My boys are 10, 7 and 4. I would love to win because I’ve been intrigued in the Thomas Jefferson philosophy, especially the three phases of learning and the idea of separating learning to work hard and learning to learn. Thanks!
We have one left at home and he is 10. I also have 4 grandchildren we are homeschooling as well, ages 2,3,3,& 4. I would love to win for many reasons! I think this program is awesome!
My kids are 6, 4, 2, and 1. I would like to win this package because this is a method of homeschooling that I don’t know as much about, but I’d like to learn more. And I could use more help with history and current events – not my strong point!
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My kids are just 3 & 5 (for another month) and we’ve just begun our TJ education path! This would be an amazing resource to help us in our journey.
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My son is 9 and this would be great for us to win because he’s very interested in history!
I have 5 children ages 12, 10, 9, 5, and 5. I would love to learn more about this approach to learning. This sounds as if it would fit in very well with our diverse “class” of learners!
My son is ten. He is a reluctant student this year, time to try something new.
12, 10, 8, 6
I want to love learning with my kids again.
My children are 2,4,6 and 8 years old. I have a two fold reason I would love to win this package. One, I am in desperate need of help in the history department! And two, as a student I struggled with history but as an adult I’ve become fascinated by all that I missed growing up. In teaching my little ones I become a student myself and often feel inadequate when communicating lessons.
My kids are 5, 3, and baby. I would love to read more aboit TJEd as we prepare to homeschool.
Mine are now 11 and 8. I like the focus on development and character and I know the kids will especially love the history focus.
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My children are 3, 5, and 7. My eldest’s favourite subject is history. This Week in History would be such a valuable tool to further inspire his learning.