Tuesday, May 10, 2016

welcome to the Summer school from Home Product Giveaway

Summer School Giveaway Cover

Do you have teenagers at home? Do they get bored and start mischief around the house over the long summer break? Do you feel like they need to keep their mind engaged while away from school?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then we have exciting news for you...

This May, Wife.Mother.Teacher. is giving away three of their Summer School from Home programs to three lucky readers!

The Summer School from Home program is designed for students between the age of 13 & 17. Over a 6 week time frame students will complete project based learning assignments that keep them engaged and working at their own pace. Activities range from science to engineering, social studies to math & beyond. There is enough variety to keep even the most disinterested learner engaged!

Here's a sample page from the program:


As you can see every activity gets students actively engaged in an activity that will challenge them from the comfort of your own home. Would you like a little more information? Check out the sales page here or sign up to get the first two weeks free here.

Are you ready to skip the giveaway and purchase your program right away? For a limited time, use code giveaway at checkout to take 15% off the Summer School from Home Program!

Not sure if this is the right program for you? Try it out for FREE for two weeks. Just fill out the form here and you'll receive the first two weeks of the program for free!

Ready for the giveaway? To enter you must be 18 or older. The giveaway is open worldwide, but you must fill out the rafflecopter form below to enter.

Thanks for stopping by! There are lots of other amazing giveaways posted so look around while you're here. 

Good luck!

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alwaysblabbing was not compensated for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. 

1 comment:

  1. I think it is so important for children to continue to learn and be fresh when they go back to school. Just because school is out does not mean they should stop learning. Thank you for sharing this