Win a Homeschool Curriculum from Oak Meadow!!

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Oak Meadow was so thrilled with all of the wonderful responses to their giveaway that they have decided to have us randomly choose an additional 10 entrants to win a classic book of their choice!! The winners are listed below. You will all be emailed so that you can pick a book and have it shipped to you by Oak Meadow. :)  


Wow – so many good choices! I have to go with Little House in the Big Woods (and the rest of the series) as a favorite from my childhood. I loved reading all the stories about how people lived back then and the wonderful and creative ways they solved problems.

Melissa Stanley

Definitely Charlotte’s Web, no competition!

Melissa C.

I shared the blog on my Facebook page. I love your curricula.

Audrey Rixford

I devoured Anne of Green Gables and fondly remember Charlotte’s Web. I am reading it to my little girls now.

Jo L.

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe! I can’t tell you how many times I pushed on the back wall of my closet only to have it remain firmly solid.


i loved the little house on the prairie books. and i love oak meadow. i used their curriculum as a kid and would love to be able to use it with my kids. thanks for the chance!


My favorite classics were Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe and The Hobbit.


A Wrinkle in Time. I just read it with my 8mom year old and it brought back so many memories.

hila ralston

Liked on facebook. My favorite is the Velveteen Rabbit. I loved the imagination and the magic of it. I even did a play about it at home and I remember making up songs.


Heidi was my favorite book as a girl. I read it so often that the cover fell off! I love sharing so many of these classics with my own girls!

This giveaway has ended. The randomly selected winner of the curriculum is Kimberly R., congrats!! You will be contacted by email. 

Win a complete homeschool curriculum for your grade of choice (Pre-K-8) from Oak Meadow!!

To Enter:

Please make sure you “like” Oak Meadow on Facebook and are a fan of Mothering on our Facebook page. Then, post a response to the following question in the blog comments.


From wild adventures to heartwarming tales, the classics teach us what it means to be human. Here are some of the classics covered in Oak Meadow’s pre-K through 8th grade curriculum. Which of the classics is a favorite from your childhood?

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About Oak Meadow:

For those of you who are not familiar with Oak Meadow, the company was recently voted number one by the Mothering community to win the Best of Mothering Award in the homeschooling category. An Oak Meadow curriculum package offers a full year’s worth of engaging assignments, creative projects, and uniquely flexible weekly lesson plans. If you’re looking for some back-to-school inspiration, you’ll love their hands-on math projects, out-of-the-ordinary science experiments and writing challenges that spark the imagination.

In addition to purchasing Oak Meadow curriculum, families also have the option to enroll in Oak Meadow School for a fully accredited distance learning experience with expert faculty support and official school transcripts.

To find out if Oak Meadow is right for you, you can review grade-specific curriculum samples or call to speak with an Oak Meadow Educational counselor at 802-251-7250.


Giveaway closes  at the end of the day on 8/21. Winner will be announced the day after on the blog and facebook. US and Canadian Residents only, except where prohibited. Two entries per person, one for liking Oak Meadow on Facebook and answering the question and one for sharing the giveaway. Please read the full rules before entry.

Melanie Mayo-Laakso


Melanie Mayo-Laakso is the Content Manager for Mothering is the birthplace of natural family living and attachment parenting. We celebrate the experience of parenthood as worthy of one’s best efforts and are at once fierce advocates for children and gentle supporters of parents.

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