What would you do with 200 bucks for your homeschool?

You could win a $200 Amazon gift card
to use for anything you want!

Why are we giving away $200?

This is in connection with the 2017 Not Back to School Summit. We are in the last week of the early bird registration, and we want everyone to know about this amazing opportunity to watch more than 25 incredible speakers in more than 30 live video presentations - all from the comfort of your home - all completely FREE and ONLINE!!

CLICK HERE to register for the Not Back to School Summit

Okay, that's enough on the conference, now let's get to this giveaway!

Promotion will begin September 1, 2017 at 8am Pacific
and run through September 5, 2017 at 7pm Pacific


How can you increase YOUR chances to win the big $200 prize?

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Each action is worth different entry points, you can enter as often as you like as long as you do the actions. We need your help to spread the news to the homeschool community, so get sharing!

Very important rule:  There will only be one $200 gift card winner. Our version of "you must be present to win" is the following and applies to all giveaways:  We will notify the winner via email within 24 hours of the contest ending. Winner must email back to verify the email address within 24 hours after notification. Gift card will be emailed after email is verified. If winner does not verify within 24 hours after our email is sent announcing their win, or, the winner's email is invalid, winner forfeits prize and we will select another winner.  So please, be sure you enter a valid email address and you respond.

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Emily says

I would get a kids kindle fire and a bunch of kindle books. 

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Michele Pilon says

I’d update our math curriculum. Really want Math U See and Life of Fred. I’d also add more large motor activities for my kinetic learner.

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Mary Roberts says

I would fill in the gaps in preschool to elementary living books and books concerning literature/nature/unschooling based education that are difficult or impossible to access through my library system.

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Tasha Green says

I would purchase curriculum with the gift of $200. I homeschool three children and curriculum is a big expense. 

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Stephanie Patterson says

I would use it to buy some of our curriculum for next year, and maybe a few fun school items.

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ANDREA says

Maps and a globe!! Those are the top. Then some insect kits because my children really want to do those this year!

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nikole gee says

I would purchase Life of Fred and some awesome science experiments. 

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Stephanie says

I'd buy the rest of the Life of Fred series.  We have the first book only and my kids love it.  Math made fun and easy!  If there was anything left after that, I'd buy other resources to supplement our homeschool curriculum.

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Heather McCully says

I would buy art supplies and a microscope. Desperately want that, I keep promising myself every year to get a microscope and can never wrestle up the money. 

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Deborah Freeman says

Wow! Two hundred dollars would be amazing for our family, thank you for the chance! I have several still at home who could use new curriculum for next year, especially my high schooler. I would start there, with much needed 10th grade materials!

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jamie says

I would buy science equipment for our budding scientists.

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Kayla Schommer says

I would order curriculum for 2015! We are so excited to get started homeschooling! 

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Jessica Bush says

I would buy kindergarten curriculum for my 4 year old son for next year. πŸ™‚

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Tina says

I would purchase curriculum. My youngest son has dyslexia and my oldest has Autism and the cost of speech, OT and therapies are overwhelming.

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Lisa says

My kids are finally loving to read. I would buy books for them.

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Jennifer says

With a $200 gift card I would purchase my first homeschool curriculum.  Next year will be my first year homeschooling!!

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Dana Bollwerk says

Oh wow, that would be a blessing to my family!  I would probably buy the Math U See curriculum and all it's components for my son.  We have been trying to find a math program that he enjoys. πŸ™‚
 

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Christine Gay says

I would purchase curriculum . I homeschool my 5 yr old twin boys and one of them had brain surgery at 2. Would love to get him some special curriculum !!! 

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laura motz says

purchase art supplies and science kits. also a drafting program for my teenager who is interested in building and architecture. 

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Jennifer Turpin says

I would purchase Math You See and Explode the Code books.

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Shannon Harrison says

I would apply the $200 towards more home schooling currriculum!

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Carie Wilson says

I would be able to purchase new curriculum for the upcoming school year

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Jessica says

I would probably get curriculum and a fun art kit.

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Ginny B says

Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter here. I would love to surprise my daughter with some new books as well as lessons in spanish. We get all of her books second hand, thrift stores, friends, the library’s book sale room of outdated books. She has quite a lot and carries them around like her best treasures. We use a free online spanish video but she needs something more formal soon.

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Lora Michaels says

I would buy two or three laptops for my kids to share, along with curriculum for my 7 (out of 13) homeschooled children.

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Michelle H says

I would use it for my 4 homeschooled kids to go on a field trip each month! We are hoping to go to the zoo and aquarium and a few other museums this year if we are able to financially. 

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Betty says

$200 would be a big help in replacing one of our worn out laptops!

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Melissa Daniels says

I would buy curriculum and some of the extra's we've been looking at.  Like the monthly subscriptions for scientific experiments, book clubs, or enginering kits.  Also, I would love to go through and purchase a few books from the Mighty Girls list for my daughters age range.  

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Kathy says

I would purchase a science curriculum I’ve been wanting for our family.

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Megan Richardson says

I'd love more books and some cool science kits. My kids would love to grow a butterfly

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Kellie says

I would use it to enhance our “art” curriculum. Art supplies/media are so expensive. This would help expand their exposuremail to the art field.

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Cindy says

Books, books and more books to read!

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Jessica says

I would probably buy more books. Or maybe use it for music lessons…? Dunno! But it would be so helpful!

 

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Marika Mullen says

I would put the money toward a tablet for my oldest son, who is autistic and has gross and fine motor delays.  He learns excellently from video and game content, but cannot use a mouse yet.

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Carri says

If I won $200 dollars outright, I'd use it to renew one of our favorite memberships.
If I won a $200 dollar Amazon gift certificate, I'd buy all the cool "extra stuff" that would make our homeschool year simpler and more fun.
Crazy Aaron's Thinking Putty
Microscope we could use on the computer (visually impaired)
School House Rock DVDs πŸ™‚
eeny meanie miney mo!

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Robin Coon says

I would buy a microscope for our homeschool science projects. πŸ™‚

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Ally says

I would buy a LARGE bookshelf for the surfeit of books that inhabit our schoolroom.

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anna says

I would get a bookcase.

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Jessi says

I would use it to but curriculum for the upcoming year. What a blessing it would be!

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Kim says

I would purchase curriculum and normal school supplies. 

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Melissa Shaw says

I would put it towards the purchase of our next set of reading curriculum, a actual table for us to do school on, and perhaps a few helpful charts and maps!

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Jennifer Altman says

I have an amazon wish list a mile long!!

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April says

We will be home schooling this year for the first time. I would use the money to help buy curriculum.

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Lisa M says

I would buy a kindle fire! OR put it towards an ipad.

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Laureen E. says

We purchase a lot of art supplies through Amazon, as well as snacks!  So that would help out immensely!

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Rose says

I would use it to purchase a used computer. We really need a decent computer to do some of our studies and having difficulty affording it. 

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Amanda Ferguson says

With $200 we would buy our science curriculum for next year and lots of great literature for my family.

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Angela says

I just began homeschooling 5 of my children. I'd use my $200 to buy maniuplatives, art supplies, and science gear.

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Erin Bird says

I would use it to get guitar lessons for my children. 

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Melissa says

I would get a family pass somewhere so that we can get out of the house more often!

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mal says

I would buy books of fairy tales and myths for read-alouds and possibly Math Mammoth.

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Sandra Lassiter says

I would buy books! We’re using Ambleside Online, so we always need books. Printer ink is another biggie, and nice watercolor pencils for nature study.

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D. L. says

I woukd use the gift to purchase all of the extras we had to forgo this first full year home schooling. Supplies, experiment equipment, etc… oh and a ton of pencils! My boys go thru pencils VERY quickly!

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Victoria says

I would buy Kindles for my middle schooler and 9th grader for reading. We already own many e-books needed, but we don't have enough Kindles to go around. 

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KATRINA MORGAN says

I would use part of it to get a new laptop to be used for school..some Saxon math textbooks for our 4 children, and of course , a Kindle / Kindle Fire depending on how much money is left..:) 

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crystal says

I would use it to pay part of next year’s curriculum cost!! Four kids add up pretty fast;)

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Alisha Breithaupt says

I would use it toward a nice telescope or a microscope.  My kids have been asking for both for science.

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Tracy Browning says

I would purchase quality literature, and possibly something math related (games) to make math more enjoyable for my child.

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Judy Hartman says

I would get some cool Science stuff!

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Bonnie Wlodarczyk says

Oh Lord….I would put the money toward a new Printer that is badly needed and more economical on ink!!

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Dawn Nelson says

I would use the $200 to pay for memberships and admission to lots of great field trip locations!

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Wendy Ray says

PAPER: a ream or two for each child, plus colored paper in some variety.  AND Tresta Niel's Symbology book. 

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Carol Rundle says

This sounds like a worthy cause. I would try to locate a local home school association and donate to them.

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rozbeads says

If I won, Id find someone needing it toeducate their kids.

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Coach Natalie Palombi says

I would buy them as many story books as I could!! πŸ˜‰

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Becky says

I'd start buying curriculum. We're new to this whole scene!!

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Becky says

I'd start buying curriculum. We're just starting our journey.
 

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Becky Outlaw says

I would purchase the rest of the curriculum I need for my daughters and also buy ink cartridges.

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Katy khan says

I would buy an art curriculum and supplies!  πŸ™‚

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Jessica Wilhite says

I would use the $200 to use towards next year’s curriculum. 3 kids add up quickly with all the extra & extra stuff we would like to have.

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Beverly Mauldin says

I would buy curriculum for this school year and school supplies we desperately need! Thankyou!

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Rachel Schwab says

i would put it towards a lifetime membership to HSLDA.

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Nancy Jones says

I would put my winnings toward a year’s subscription to audible so that we can listen to all the books and great courses on our growing to-read list.

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Michael Kawula says

I would use the money towards a nice MAC laptop to teach my kids on.

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Heather Lei says

I'd prbably get snap circuits, a balance board for my sensory child, some math manipulatives, and a mess of books.

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Eva Wade says

I would buy all of our curriculum except for math! 

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Hol Dav says

I would use it to get music – Wagner's Ring Cycle.  And patterns for Viking costumes.  And a book on how to make Norse shields.  Yup – we are studying Vikings, Beowulf, Edda and more next year.    It's going to be a smorgasbord blast of a year.

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Rebecca C says

Put it towards an iPad mini.

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Wendy says

We would be able to do some awesome science experiments!

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Terri Houchin says

I would buy some science kits and books.

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Nicole Haws says

We would visit a museum and have an awesome field trip!

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Heather O'Neill says

I would probably get books for my kids πŸ™‚

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alysia humphries says

I would get timeline cards, science stuff, music lessons, the next life of Fred book, and maybe some outside tutoring or classes for my teens!

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Laurel Morphis says

I think we would get Life of Fred or math manipulatives!

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Amy says

I would get a world globe along with math curriculum and new books for next year. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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Katelyn Stenersen says

I would buy some living books, a map, a globe, and some art supplies!

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Krista says

If I were to win a $200 gift card from Amazon, I would use it to buy more kindles and eBooks for my children’s education.

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Jessica Johnson says

I would get a subscription to Reading Eggs for my younger kids, put some aside for field trips, and get some science experiment kits.

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Rachelle Ottosen says

Buy more classics that inspire our own personal greatness and contribution to humanity!

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gina rogers says

I would put the money toward a much needed tablet.❀️

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Natasha Floyd says

I would buy my kids books and outdoor equipment like skates for p.e.

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Janice Harder says

Business-quality binders and Homeschool in the Woods Timeline figures.  This has always been my weak area in history!

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Maleri Thompson says

I’d build our summer book tree house to encourage imaginations. (Fun place to read outside in the summer. )

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Monica Kounter says

I would put it toward our cross country road trip following parts of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at the end of this month.  I am teaching The Westward Expansion in US History to my eight year old son.  We are so excited about our trip!

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    Liane Kennedy says

    What a wonderful experience!  Have a great time!

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Tim Johnson says

We are preparing to start homeschooling our 8 year old son. I'd use the $200 to invest in his curriculum. Thanks!

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Laura Bromberger says

With 200 dollars I could get the Magic Tree house books my oldest has been begging me for. Science kits and other supplementary material.

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erika hirschi says

I would buy a bunch of books to get me educated and started on the right foot with homeschooling, as well as some sensory type activities and art supplies for my preschoolers!

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Cinda Alspaugh says

I would finish buying our curriculum for next year. We still need to get Earth Science, Algebra II, World History II, and American History.

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Loretta B says

I would buy classical literature

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christie juhasz says

Would love a science curriculum! 

Thanks for the opportunity!

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Russell Williams says

$200 would help me get a jump start on next year's curriculum and help pay for a nice year end field trip.

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Eliza Challis says

My oldest homeschooler is 8 years old and is really fascinated with science.  I would probably buy a microscope and a telescope.  Thank you for the chance to win!

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lauri muse says

I would buy books! MORE books!

 

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lauri muse says

I would buy books!!

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lorianne stogsdill says

I would buy a whole stack of books and audiobooks for us to use during school, and for the summer break!

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rachel abbott says

I would buy a national parks pass and take them to see the wonders of the world. 

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Tina Howard says

I would purchase the mechanics curriculum my son has been wanting. 

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Brittany Lindell says

I would use $200 to provide my boys with some quality, hands-on learning experiences and field trips.  

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Aleena Hill says

Wow!!! I would buy curriculum! It adds up with 4 kids. Thanks!

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Melissa P says

I would order art supplies!

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Jessica Arevalo says

I would use the $200 to increase the classics in our home library.  We will be able to read them over and over again without the library fees.  πŸ™‚

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Liane Kennedy says

I would put the $200 towards camping gear so that we could take our classroom out into the mountains above our house for longer periods of time.  Looking forward to the conference.

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JeannaB says

I would use it to help pay for a new computer or to finish building our library of classics. We are in desperate need of a computer though as our current ones have slowly died one by one. πŸ™

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Amanda says

Books, games & art supplies

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Leah says

I would buy more books for my avid readers and Montessori math supplies, like a division board. 

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Nicole says

I'd use the $200 towards curriculum and hands on activities for my kids. One can never have enough books!

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Angie Van Esch says

I would use the winnings to purchase math curriculum and fun science kits for my 4 homeschooled children!

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Jana C. says

I would finish getting the teacher’s books for the English curriculum I have the textbooks for.

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Deirdre Atkins says

I would buy some fun games and supplies for our homeschool. 

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Carol says

I would purchase new books and some fun science kits!

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lysandra neal says

I would buy a family pass to the natural history museum and the YMCA. We currently cannot afford these things but my autistic son needs to socialization and other things these two things would provide.

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Alicia says

I would buy curriculum for my 3 kids for next year. 

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Ashley L says

I would either use it to buy new curriculum or get a bunch of science & art supplies. 

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Lokeysha Guy says

I would take my town out of town and stay in hotel. And buy a laptop and printer!!!

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Amy B. says

I'd buy nature guides, nets, specimen jars, and some craft supplies.

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Ashley Isenbarger says

I would use it for field trips!

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Sherry Tritt says

I would upgrade my subscription to HECOA to the plus membership and use the rest for basic supplies!

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Lori says

I have a list of curriculum I need to get – some math workbooks, some handwriting, some spelling, some readers….

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Marlene Thiessen says

We would use $200.00 to take us on field trips that book lessons will never be able to teach us.

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John Dickinson says

Read

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zonica says

I would let my kids pick and choose a few items that they wanted for next semesters learning.  Helps keep them engaged and having fun too.

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Melissa Harden says

I would stock up on all the books for school that I have been wanting to buy but haven't!

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Sara Robison says

Renew our zoo and natural history museum passes!

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Danielle Dallas says

I would like to purchase maps, math manipulatives, and music materials.

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Kshomefam says

I would probably purchase the Drive Thru History DVDs, or something else toward helping to keep our family educated and healthy.
 

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Betty Foster says

We would put it towards buying a new laptop.  πŸ™‚

 

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Audrey J says

We would use part of it for field trips and the rest to get items for service learning projects!

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Anne Isom says

I would buy more art supplies for my resident artist.

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Erin Riley says

I have a cart on Amazon full of math manipulative a and other homeschooling supplies that I would love to actually purchase! I'm getting ready for my first year of homeschooling, pulling my kids out of public school and I couldn't be more excited! I would be so grateful for this gift card!

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Jennifer Tieman says

I would buy art stuff probably

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Stephanie G. says

I would buy emergent reader materials for my 4 yr old and books to round out our subject studies for my 13 yrs old. Along with a few organization items for the preschool and kinder materials that have already started accumulating.

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Sharon Gaston says

I would be able to buy homeschool books for next year! It would be so wonderful to win this! For this year I had to use what we already had from last year and lots of free online sites.

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Dannika Valenzuela says

What would I do with $200? Art and science supplies, learning games, and a few much needed books for our home library.

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Jenni Hathaway says

I would look for some great deals on used musical instruments, a violin would be first on the list!

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Pamela C says

I would use the money for a robotics camp for my son who is bent for creating! Thank you for the opportunity to be put in the lottery!

 

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joanna glaze says

I would buy some Brian P. Clearly books that we've borrowed from the library and would love to have in our home library!

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Rachael Lund says

I would purchase Rosetta Stone Hebrew Levels 1-3 for my high school daughter. She really wants to work with Israel and wants to master Hebrew. I would use the remaining amount towards a Switched on Schoolhouse computer class because she is also pursuing many skills in computer science. 

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Julie F says

Books off my books wish list, of course!

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Wendi Shipe says

I would purchase books and art supplies.

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Steffi Kellam says

I would use it towards 2015 curriculum. We just moved so our homeschooling budget will be pretty tight this year!

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Rev Susan Sheldon says

I would probably buy my daughter a graphics tablet.

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Gail Sowin says

I would look for a tent large enough for our family so we could finally take a vacation this summer and enjoy some of the great state parks.

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Hester Bell says

I would use the money to help purchase another year of Supercharged Science.  My son loves the experiments and it has been a great tool for teaching science.  

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Tina Elliott says

Thank you for a chance to help our family! We could really use the money for equipment and special curriculum for our two special needs homeschoolers. Maybe enough left over for a small trip to some museums as well! 

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Autumn Tobler says

I would buy a globe and lots of maps, plus several classic books for my kids to read. 

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Kim Studzinski says

I have a huge wish list of books on Amazon that I would love to use in our homeschool. It would be so fun to pick some items from that list with my kids.

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Monica Raba says

I'd make arrangements with Grandma to watch the kids and take my husband out for dinner and dancing!

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angela Carter says

Someone gave us a microscope, but we have no supplies for it, so  I would buy slides, slipcovers, and some already prepared slides.

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Dallas G says

I had just added up and figured out that we had less than $200 to go toward a set of drums that I've been eyeing. So I would use the gift card toward buying a set of 3 Remo Tubanos to use both at home and at our homeschool co-op where I teach music.

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Shinsetsu Ikigai says

I'll buy books that I was looking for a long time. 200$ is so much, we can buy suitable curriculum in addition.

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Jeniver says

I would purchase our needed curriculum for next year.  Unexpected medical bills have accrued.

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Andrea Hart says

Hmm…  probably snap circuits, a.couple Life of Fred books, and some books from our wish list.  

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Sarah says

I would buy curriculum and great books for my girls.

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Mimi Corwin says

I would purchase travel maps showed extreme detail of places my family plans to travel the US while home schooling my 8th grader for the first time. She would use the maps to help plan the routes and where to stay while considering sites with notable scientific inventions, US historical events from the 18th – 21st centuries, and hometowns of notable people in history and science.

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Michele Morales says

I would purchase supplemental books to enhance my curriculum as well as organizational tools (such as workboxes!).

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Rosana Stuart says

I would put it towards LEMI training and/or the 7 keys certification training for TJED so I may become a better mentor for my children.

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Shawn Morris says

I'd buy books, books and more books!

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Ivy R says

I would love to get some of the classics that are on our list or put it towards an iPad for school.

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Juana Vazquez says

I would buy a storage closet and organizers to have all of our school stuff all in one place second field trips or membership to Chicago’s museum

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Audrey Berry says

My amazon wish list for school would get shorter with $200…. πŸ™‚

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karen loll says

with $200 I would buy the books and curriculm we need for the fall.

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nancy timbrook says

I would purchase curriculum.  not an original answer, but a truthful answer.  I love love love buying curriculum, just can't afford all I want to purchase. Thank you for the opportunity

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Shannon says

If I were blessed and won this contest. I would buy my 15 year old his curriculum for the rest of this year. Money is so very tight right now and with one income we have trying to piece it together. We have come up short for his new math and English…

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joni says

I homeschool three children with one on the way. We don’t have a lot to spare, so I didn’t buy all the little extras I could use with our Abeka books. I would use that $200 for those extras to really help improve the teaching.

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Katelyn Ford says

i would buy curriculum and items for homeschool room!

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Aly J says

I would buy games. Lots of games!

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Leah says

I would use this to go towards next years curriculum!

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Alison says

It would help us but curriculum for the fall πŸ™‚

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Angela says

I would use the money to buy supplies for our co op or to pay for a fieldtrip for our co op.

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Rebecca Rose says

I would buy the rest of our books! We still have to get the remaining books for our oldest kids.

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Julie Hatch says

School stuff!

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Christina says

I would get a kids kindle and lots of books.  Possibly a keyboardist curriculum. 

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Jen Beutin says

I would buy the kids a Kindle and lots of books to read on it!

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Alicia says

I would our math and language arts curricula for next year. I know exactly what I want, just need the funds to order them. This would be such an amazing blessing to our family.

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Jen says

I would use it to get a Kindle for my boys.

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Vicki Rowe says

I would buy a bunch of books for my special needs child who has just discovered he is AWESOME at reading (even though he swore he hated to read before we pulled him out of public school and homeschooled instad)

 

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Rachel says

I would buy all the curriculum choices I really want, as well as a some organizational supplies!!

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Toni Clark says

My girl wants to take real art classes. This would pay for classes and supplies, such a blessing we can not afford right now.

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Peiwen L says

I would purchase IEW writing curriculum, history and math curriculum.

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Carol says

More books! We always need new books πŸ™‚

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cathy k says

I would get a projector and microscope for our homeschool! Thank you!

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Pamela Richardson says

I would buy historical fiction to read aloud during the winter months.

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April Briley says

I would purchase a few more art supply items, a few reading books to replace some that have been very loved (Little House Series), and a few new books for this year. I would, hopefully, have a bit left to put toward curriculum and supplies for next year.

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Amanda B says

School books and a globe!

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Marisa C says

I would purchase some more books!

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Deborah Freeman says

I still need a few books for two of my high schoolers, so this money would be perfect timing. Thank you!

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Michelle J says

I would buy a children’s museum membership.

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Jen Biggs says

I’d get books, books, and more books along with “school” supplies- paper and ink for the printer! We use soooooo much!

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Elaine Larsen says

This is the most helpful conferences I have ever attended, even after teaching in public school for years!

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Elaine Larsen says

I would buy the math program I learned about from your seminars, “Math You See” Our family really could benefit from this excellent program.

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Kristen Eckstein says

Buy books!

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Sara W says

I would probably purchase books or software on digital animation for my son.

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Deanna Dunn says

I’d add art supplies and music resources to our home school.

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Yazmine Walker says

An electric pencil sharpener, book ends, and books…oh, and a balance ball chair for my 11 yr. old.

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CC M says

If I won the $200 gift card, I would purchase things that frequently are pushed down the priority totem pole. Ink for the printer, an extra reader instead of sharing, etc.

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Gail Sowin says

Chemistry lab supplies or computer curriculum

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Wendy Artman says

I would absolutely buy BOOKS!

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Tosha W says

I would pack up the family and take them to see Noahs ark in TN.

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Quintana C says

I’d buy all the fun extra things that I don’t always have the budget for.

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Jaelle K says

I would go nuts with a big Amazon order with books and activities for the kids !

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Daisy Botros says

I would update our private library with age appropriate books.

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Tondra A says

I would by some much needed books for this school year, printer toner and a few art supplies.

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Artie H says

I would love to upgrade my wall postings to stimulate learning and recall as the children teeter on the brink of middle school.

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Valerie H says

An updated working laptop would be handy!!

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Renee Johnson says

I would buy some of the amazing math curriculum Beast Academy.

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andrea morgan says

I would buy some cozy bean bags for reading all the books I would buy with the leftover money after buying the bean bags. πŸ™‚

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Rubyann Arcilla says

I would spend $200 on homeschool curriculum and extra curricular activities.

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kort says

Books, books, art supplies…and books!

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Eva J says

I would use this wonderful prize to enrich our homeschool studies – museum! Books! Workshops! Co-ops! And maybe laying chickens. πŸ™‚

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Kat Grogg says

I would buy resources for geography this year.

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Mindy C says

Buy my history curriculum and a science/engineering kit!

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Rebecca Grusendorf says

I would invest in more science tools and art supplies for my kids to use in their many explorations!

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Sul-Ah C says

With 200 bucks I would go on an excursion to the observatory so my kids can be awed at the handiworks of God.

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Katrina T says

I would buy books… We use a Charlotte Mason curriculum and I prefer to own the books we use rather than borrow from the library or read online.

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Andrea Mulder says

Great contest! I would buy art supplies and Bravewriter resources.

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Cassie DeLapp says

I would use the $200 to buy a whole bunch of living books that I have been desiring to buy for my daughter to read. She loves the Dear America Series and I would love to get them all for her.

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Lyn Carradine says

I buy lots of health food on amazon that I can’t buy locally. Would love to stock up.

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Bambi N says

i would get some of the higher life of fred books for my daughter. algebra 1 with biology and the rest

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Thaleia Maher says

I would spend the money on gas for more field trips and hands-on activities for my 4 children.

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lifelonglearner says

I could definitely use $200 to purchase curriculum.

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Melissa H says

I would by books.

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Charlotte Neeley says

I love this summit every year! Thank you to Diane and all the presenters. This is such an inspiring beginning to my year every fall.

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Kim R says

Books, books, books!
Looking forward to the conference!

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Susan Menzmer says

I would buy books, books, and more books!!!:)

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Moni Mendez says

I’d love to buy some hands on steam activities for my three kids!

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Becca Crookston says

This is total cool and we could definitely use it this year.

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Becca Crookston says

We would buy books and use it to go on field trips.

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Gabriel Smithson says

Wow! $200.00 in Amazon money / gift card what homeschooling family couldn’t use it. We would use it for books, & supplies.

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Juliana Swanson says

I would buy books!!!!!
We start high school next year and there are so many books I would love to have access to.

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Lise M McGuinness says

Books, books, books, and a museum membership.

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Sheryl H says

I would buy new algebra curriculum because we need help there and of course new literature books!

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Monique M says

I’d be able to purchase a math curriculum for my 9th grader who only recently decided to return to homeschooling this year!

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Anne Isom says

I would buy books for my kids to read and books on CD to listen to in the car.

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JoAnn T says

I would use it toward field trips, and museum passes.

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Jennifer F says

$200 would be wonderful!

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Courtney S says

Books, books, and more books!! We are making a home library and $200 would help out lots!

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Wendy Tefft says

I would buy the history & writing books we need.

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Tammy Buckfelder says

I’d love to put the money toward school supplies, like a microscope & lab equipment, art supplies & books for everyone!

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Katie S says

I’d invest in a big globe buy a few (okay a ton of) books from my Amazon cart

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Angela V says

Books…really good books that will develop a love of learning (I hope).

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Laura L says

Science supplies

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Julie Cunningham says

Oh wow,$200! Logic games, audiobooks and a gopro!!!

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Ginny B says

If I were to win a $200 gift card to Amazon, I would share it with 3 other families giving us each $50 to buy things for each family that could then be shared back and forth. Thank you for the Convention and the opporunity to win a gift card.

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tammy C says

The purchase I would get would be everything in my cart. I have over 100.00 books that I want to get for my children to read. Thank you for the giveaway.

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Lacey White says

I would purchase some video based music instruction. Our poor internet signal is too unreliable for online courses.

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Katrina Meinel says

What would we do with 200 dollars!?! Buy books, CDs and curriculum for high school!

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Lori T says

I would get my kids a laptop for school or some school books

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DeAnn O says

I would use it to buy more curriculum!

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Diana S says

We would use it for field trips and Montessori materials!

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Christina K says

I would invest in a foreign language curriculum. I want to be able to take the whole family to Germany soon. We definitely need to learn as much as we can before we leave and it will be solidified and expanded while there.

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Stephanie Treanor says

Oh, so many options! Maybe Life of Fred or a globe or a field trip or membership passes–we have six kids (four in homeschooling age)!

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Angie W says

We would purchase a telescope.

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melinda salvesen says

I would buy a printer and math books!

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Jessy says

We would get new desks for the kids and a some science stuff.

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Kari E says

We need math games and always new books. Can’t wait for the summit!

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Bernadette McCoy says

I’d finally buy our biology curriculum.

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Rosemary K says

I would get more science kits…my girls love doing experiments!

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Nicole Coffman-Cole says

I have so many things I would like! I will have to really think on it. πŸ˜‰

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SHANNON FISHER says

I would do something for my family…use it for something we could do together.

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Miranda Crown says

I would use it creatively as possibly to support my children’s home education while recovering from a divorce and no financial support.

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Heather H says

Books! Lots and lots of books for my voracious readers.

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