Number 11... Abigail and Number 10... Linda!
Last week Abigail shared, "The 'restoring two generations privilege of this curriculum really grabbed my interest. I hated history and now, I not only see it's significance, but also enjoy it so much. As my child is learning about Caesar Augustus, I'm referencing in Scripture where he is mentioned. I understand Scripture so much more now and have gained an interest in learning much more. I'm so excited that my kids are getting this training from the get go. Wow, how much more would I understand God's Word if I had all this information stored in my brain! And, how much easier/comfortable would I be in sharing God's love through His Word."
and Linda commented, "I want to know God and really get my children and grandchildren to know Him, I suppose in this way we are educating two generations of our family about God and his ways. In so many ways I feel that we ourselves are being taught what is right and seeing new things where we were not taught right as children. I would so love to win a copy of this book to teach my children from."
Oh, thank you so much for sharing your thoughts! Congratulations to both of you!
And... a reminder for everyone else:
If you purchase Creation Science for Kids for $4.99, Mia from The Homeschool Curriculum Company has offered to provide one of her other e-books absolutely free. Choose from:
- Diagramming Sentences: An Introduction
- Writing through the Biographies of Scientists
- U.S. Government Memory Work
- Literature Mastery Pages
Oh, and don't forget to sign up to receive the free Genesis 1 Bible study!
A great big thank you to everyone who entered this giveaway! I appreciate all of you who take the time to comment with your thoughts; you are willing and courageous enough to share your heart, and for that I am grateful. I love the dialectic discussion involved in such things; to me, this builds community (albeit a virtual community). Thanks for being a part of Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood. Maybe one day we will be so bold as to invite you all to our home for a Colossal-Crazy-Cookout-Campout. Wouldn't that be something?