Classical Academic Press is a featured sponsor of the HELP! for the Homeschool Mom 2.0 series and they are generously giving away 3 Novare Science Gift Cards – one for $200 and two for $75, so we’ll have 3 winners!
Classical Academic Press is a K–12 educational publishing, media, and consulting company for schools and homeschools, creatively teaching classical subjects like latin, logic, grammar, and much more.
They recently acquired Novare Science to provide 7th–12th grade students with academically robust science textbooks true to the Christian faith. The following courses are available:
- Physical Science (6th-8th grade)
- Earth Science (6th-8th grade)
- Introductory Physics (9th-11th grade)
- General Biology (9th-12th grade)
- General Chemistry (9th-12th grade)
- Physics: Modeling Nature Program (11th-12th grade)
- Accelerated programs also available
- eBook formating also available
Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter
Even more giveaways to enter!
All About Learning Press
up to $157 value
Science course of your choosing- includes textbook & notebook, and Solutions and Test Manual (if applicable).
up to $120 value
Writing with Sharon Watson
Classical Academic Press
$350 total value
The Crafty Classroom
$50 total value
Home School in the Woods
$57 total value
up to $67 value
I’m excited about the giveaway. We love Novare!
Oops! I hit enter too soon! Anyway, I’m excited about the giveaway because we love Novare! I’m most interested in the Biology course because I think it’s one of their newest offerings and it’s always been a favorite science topic in this homeschool family. We’ve been studying a lot of other fields of science and it’s time to move on to biology! But we’re also looking forward to Chemistry too!
I am so excited to have found Novare. I have been looking for a science curriculum that aligns with a classical approach to homeschooling and does not assume a young earth perspective. I am most interested in the Earth Science curriculum.
Kerry Fritz says
THe physics looks like an interesting course. My high schooler is ready for it.
Becky M says
I’m the most interested in the Earth Science.
Jill Miller says
General Biology looks interesting1
Heather Loewenheim says
I’m interested in high school science classes.