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Delaware Estuary Art Contests

PHILADELPHIA ART CONTEST

WHAT: The Partnership for the Delaware Estuary is now accepting entries on behalf of the Philadelphia Water Department for its Green City, Clean Waters Art Contest! To enter: create an original drawing that shows how we all can keep Philly’s Water clean! Please click here for a brochure containing rules and an entry form (PDF file).

WHEN: All entries must be mailed by Wednesday, February 28th.

WHO: Philadelphia students in grades K-12 (K-2, 3-5, 6-8 & 9-12 categories) attending public, private, charter or home school in Philadelphia can participate in this year’s Green City, Clean Waters Art Contest.

COST: FREE!!! There are prizes!!!  The four first-place drawings, one each age category,  will be transformed into street art stickers and installed on Philly streets. Other prizes and art work displays will be awarded also.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE, or to obtain free art-contest calendars, please contact Brittany Musolino at (302) 655-4990, extension 112, or bmusolino@DelawareEstuary.org.

 

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SCHUYLKILL STREET ART CONTEST

WHAT: The Schuylkill Action Network and the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary are now accepting entries for our 2018 Schuylkill Street Art Contest. Please click here for a brochure containing rules and an entry form (PDF file).

WHEN: All entries must be mailed by Wednesday, February 28th.

WHO: Any students in grades 6-12 who attends public, private, or home school within Berks, Chester, Montgomery, or Schuylkill Counties are invited to enter the contest.

COST: FREE!!! There are prizes!!!  There will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winner for each of the four counties: Berks, Chester, Montgomery and Schuylkill County. Awards include monetary and art work displays.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE or contact Virginia Vassalotti.

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WILMINGTON ART CONTEST


WHAT: The City of Wilmington and the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary are now accepting entries for our first annual Clean Waterways Wilmington Art Contest! Please click here for a brochure containing rules and an entry form (PDF file). How to enter: create an original drawing that shows how we all can keep Wilmington’s water clean!

WHEN: All entries must be mailed by Friday, March 2nd.

WHO: Wilmington students in grades K-12 (K-2, 3-5, 6-8 & 9-12 categories) attending public, private, charter or home school within the city limits can participate in the Clean Waterways Wilmington Art Contest.

 

COST: FREE!!! There are prizes!!!  The four first-place drawings, one each age category,  will be transformed into street art stickers and installed on Philly streets. Other prizes and art work displays will be awarded also. Winners of this year’s contest will be awarded at the Wilmington Earth & Arbor Day Celebration on April 20th!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE  or contact Brittany Musolino at (302) 655-4990, ext. 112 or bmusolino@DelawareEstuary.org.

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History Items

Do You Have a 4th Grader and Like National Parks? 

WHAT:  If you have a 4th Grader, that child and family can get free access to hundreds of parks, lands and waters for an entire year! Here’s a listing of some of the
Official rules”

  • The pass is for U.S. fourth-grade (or home-school equivalent) students.
  • The pass is for the 2017 to 2018 school year. It expires August 31, 2018.
  • Students can’t transfer the pass to anyone else.

“How it works”

  • Show your pass to a ranger when you enter. If there is no ranger, leave it on the dashboard of your car.
  • If you visit a site that charges entrance fees per person— The pass admits all children under 16 and up to three adults for free.
  • If your group visits a site that charges vehicle entrance fees – The pass admits all children under 16 and all adults in up to one passenger vehicle. Commercial vehicles can’t use a pass to get in.
  • Paper passes can be exchanged for plastic passes at certain sites.

WHEN:  have your 4th grader start their super simple adventure diary NOW! Just Click HERE

WHERE:  all National Park Service sites accept the pass (some have different entrance rules)

WHO: 4th graders!

COSTFREE!!! Make sure you check out the “Plan Your Trip” page. Amtrak offers a 75% discount for the 4th grader with a paying adult on train tickets!!!  

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Have You Heard About
This Historic Pass? 

WHATThe Historic Germantown Passport entitles an individual or a family of four to one visit to each of our 16 Historic Germantown attractions, excluding special events and programs where additional admission fees may apply. The Passport expires one year from the date of purchase. Passports are generally mailed shortly after your payment is received. If time is tight, please give us a call so we can help you plan for pick-up.

WHEN:  anytime pass, valid for one year

WHERE:  locations include: Aces Museum, Awbury Arboretum, Cliveden of the National Trust, Concord School House & Upper Burying Ground of Germantown, Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, Germantown Historical Society, Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust, Germantown White House, Grumblethorpe, Historic Fair Hill, Historic RittenhouseTown, Hood Cemetery, Johnson House, La Salle University Art Museum, Stenton, Wyck

COST:  individual pass $25; family pass $45

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Click HERE to purchase your pass; click HERE to read more about Historic Germantown and each of the locations.

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History Hunters

Speaking of Germantown, have you taken your kids thru the historic houses for homeschool tours? A few years ago, my children and I were part of a homeschool group that toured 5 different houses with the History Hunters Program.  It was a great experience, a great price, very educational and in our backyard!!! We would do it again!

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History Day Competition

I am passing this information on because it looks like a great event. I did email them to get some clarification as to whether homeschoolers and those living outside of Bucks County can participate… I did not get a response. If you’d like to participate and find out for yourself, here’s the info!

 

WHAT:  On March 24, 2018, hundreds of middle and high school students from across Bucks and Montgomery Counties will assemble at Ursinus College in Collegeville. They will have just one thing on their minds: HISTORY! All will be participating in Bucks and Montgomery Counties’ Regional National History Day® Competition, the first stage in this national academic competition for students in grades 6 through 12, sponsored regionally by the Bucks County Historical Society.

Modeled after the highly successful science fair concept, History Day encourages young people to undertake original research and interpretation of historical events. Students may write papers, present performances, design exhibits, or create media presentations. All entries must relate to a predetermined theme – this year’s theme is Conflict & Compromise in History.

WHEN:  Saturday, March 24, 2018

WHEREUrsinus College  601 E. Main Street  Collegeville, PA 19426

WHO:  Grades 6-12; Competition is divided into a junior level (grades 6-8), and a senior level (grades 9-12).

COST:  $12 per student registration fee. Deadline to register is February 12.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Free History Curriculum!

Have you checked out the FREE History curriculum that the former writer here at
Philadelphia Homeschool Blog created?

This is a Free online History curriculum created especially for homeschoolers.  It is a Charlotte Mason style (Literature-Based) approach to learning history.   Consequently, each lesson revolves around a book that the teacher/student will check out from his/her local library.  This curriculum involves a lot of reading and a lot of writing!  Students will become better readers and writers as a result.  However, keep in mind that this curriculum may be quite challenging to the struggling reader.  U READ THRU HISTORY  will take you through all of history over the course of approximately 8 years.  Each year students will spend one semester (approximately 17 weeks) studying World History and one semester (approximately 17 weeks) studying American History .

Click U READ THRU History to check it out!!

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 College for a Day?

WHAT:  We would like to invite all high school students who are homeschooled to learn about life at The Forge. You will take a tour of the campus, attend a chapel service. Our chapel service on this date will be one of our annual favorites — Classics Chapel. Our finest musicians will be performing and you will be able to see your potential as a future student at the University of Valley Forge. Your conversation continues over lunch with coaches, faculty, and students. You are then free to stay on for a tour of residence halls, a financial aid seminar and personal appointments with Admissions or Financial Aid.

WHEN: Friday, February 16, 2018 or Wednesday, March 21, 2018

TIME: 8:30 am-3:00 pm

WHEREUniversity of Valley Forge  1401 Charlestown Road  Phoenixville, PA 19460

WHO: High School Students

COSTFREE!!!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Go to Eventbrite and search for “college for a day homeschool”. You can register thru Eventbrite

 

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Around the World Doodling Contest

I follow a blog called Teach Me Joy, and received an email about a doodling contest for homeschoolers. I thought it looked like fun, so I got their permission to share with you all! There’s no age limit!!!
Here’s the information you need to know to enter!!! Enjoy!

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Check it out directly at this LINK and/or read on for information!

 

WHAT: We are looking for quality Doodles to feature in our newest eBook of Fun Facts Around the World!  Not only will chosen doodles be featured in the new eBook with your name, you will have a chance to enter a drawing for an Amazon Gift Card!

How Do I Enter?

  1. Choose a country from Around the World.  Pick an object depicting something from that country and doodle it!  For example:  A Panda from China, An Indonesian Honai, The Eiffle Tower, An African Lion, etc.
  2. Use a Black Marker on plain white paper.  (Hint: Draw first with pencil and then trace your drawing.) Fine tipped pens and pencils may not show up very well.  Do NOT use color.
  3. Add what you drew, your first name, age, and where you live to the drawing.  For Example:  Leaning Tower of Pisa, John 12, Italy (There is no age requirement, so if you don’t want to put your name and age, feel free to add: Mom of 3, Homeschooling in Texas, etc.)
  4. Take a picture of your doodle or scan it and send it to joy@teachmejoy.com with DOODLE CONTEST in the subject line.
The Indonesian Honai
Village in Papua

What Can I Win?

  1. Every eligible doodle will be entered to win a $25 gift card to Amazon.com.  The more qualified entries you submit, the better your chances are to win!
  2. The Runner up will receive a $10 gift card to Amazon.com.
  3. Each person that has a doodle chosen for the book will receive a free copy of the ebook and a coupon code for 50% off any item in the Teach Me Joy store.
  4. Every person who enters a doodle, even if it is not chosen for the book, will receive a 50% off coupon code for the Teach Me Joy Store.
 

What Else Do I Need to Know?

  1. All entries become the property of Teach Me Joy and can be used at our discretion.
  2. Only family friendly entries will be considered!
  3. There is no limit on how many entries you can submit.  You don’t have to be an artist to submit work and everything will be considered, but we are looking for YOUR BEST work!  We can tell the difference between scribbling down something and actually doing your best.
  4. The deadline for the contest is January 30, 2018. Please have all entries submitted in plenty of time! Any late entries will not be included in the Gift Card Drawing.

 

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Have fun Doodling!!!

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upcoming

AWANA Family Skate Night 

WHAT: Come join Lawnadale Baptist Church and friends for their annual Skate Night.
WHENMonday, January 15 (Martin Luther King Day)
TIME: 6:30-8:30 PM

WHERE
Palace Roller Skating Center   11586 Roosevelt Blvd.   Phila. 19116

AGES
: All ages are welcome.  Feel free to invite your relatives or church family friends.

COST
: Admission Fee: $2.00/ per person whether you skate or watch             
            Skate Rental: $3.00 / per person OR Bring your own skates
     CASH ONLY!

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2nd Semester High School Art Class
at Sophia Academy

WHAT: A 16 week art class for High Schoolers taught by Mr. Stippich. In this class, students will work on perspective, figure drawing, review of shading, shaping, etc. Credit will be given.

WHEN: 
16 weeks on Mondays starting January 29, 2018

 

TIME: 2:30 to 3:30 pm

WHERE: Held at International Christian High School, 413 E. Tabor Rd. Phila 19120

WHO: grades 8-12

COST:  $300 if paid ahead, cost $20 per week but generous financial aid/scholarships available

FOR MORE INFORMATION: To register, call Priscilla Strapp at Sophia Academy–267-595-4723

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PEC winter 2018

PEC Youth Registration and Waivers Form 2017   Print out this form for your children and mail in both. If you have more than one, you can use one form for all of them.

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Joint Homeschool Day 

WHAT: The American Helicopter Museum and West Chester University’s Mather Plantarium are joining together to offer a special day of information and programming for homeschooling families. Parents should be aware that the planetarium gets extremely dark and some young children may find this frightening.

WHERE:  Helicopter Museum 1220 American Boulevard West Chester, PA 19380
West Chester University   700 South High Street   West Chester, PA 19383

WHEN:  Friday, February 2, 2018

TIME:  Planetarium shows will run at 9:00 (school age children), 10:30 (middle schoolers), and 12:00 P.M (high schoolers), while the American Helicopter Museum
will offer programming throughout the day from 10 to 4:00 PM. Bring a brown bag lunch to enjoy.

COST: or both sites is $10.00/person, and pre-registration is required (transportation between sites will not be provided).

FOR MORE INFORMATION: You can register by calling (610)436-9600 or by emailing pkahan@americanhelicopter.museum.  (As of this posting, they had just sent me a press release, no information was on the website yet. But they are working on it!)

Also, check out the American Helicopter Museum’s Science Saturdays. This FREE hour long class is included with admission to the Museum ($10 adults, $8 for 12 and under 2 FREE).

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Philly Materials Science and Engineering Day 2018

WHAT: Almost everything around you – the clothes you wear, the dishes you eat from, the computer you use, the bike you ride or the car you drive – is made of stuff. Materials science and engineering is the study of stuff: what it’s made of, how it works, and what we can do with it.

Philly Materials Science and Engineering Day provides the public with a chance to participate in hands-on science and engineering activities that explore some of the stuff the world is made of and to learn about how materials impact us every day.  Partner organizations include the University of Pennsylvania, the Academy of Natural Sciences, and the Franklin Institute, among others.

WHERE:  Drexel University Bossone Research Enterprise Center, 3126 Market Street

COST FREE

WHENSaturday, February 3, 2018

TIME:  10 am to 3 pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Please visit HERE .  From there you can RSVP to the event on Facebook or follow on Twitter.

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Wildlife Leadership Academy
Conservation Ambassador

Received in my email:

Hello Homeschool Friends,

I wanted to share with you a wonderful opportunity to nominate a young adult you know who is interested in wildlife/fisheries and the outdoors.  The Wildlife Leadership Academy enriches Pennsylvania teens and empowers them to become certified conservation Ambassadors through attending one of our 5-day residential summer field
schools, each focusing on a different wildlife species:  white-tailed deer, bass, brook trout, ruffed grouse, and turkey.  We are looking for highly motivated students
between the ages of 14 and 17 to begin their journey to become Conservation
Ambassadors.

Students who attend our field schools have the opportunity to network with professionals in the field, gain hands-on experience through classroom and field work, and build their leadership and communication skills.  Please consider nominating a young adult you know who would benefit from attending our field schools!  Once you nominate the student, we will mail them a packet of information containing a letter inviting them to apply to the Wildlife Leadership Academy, more information about our field schools, benefits of becoming a Conservation Ambassador, and tuition scholarship opportunities that are available.

Students can be nominated online at Nominate

Please let me know if you have any questions and thank you so much for helping us share this opportunity!

Katie Cassidy

Program and Outreach Coordinator
Wildlife Leadership Academy
116 Market St.
Lewisburg, PA  17837
570-939-5109
kcassidy@wildlifeleadershipacademy.org

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Online Animation and Drawing Classes

WHAT: CHAD STEWART – bringing his vast experience with animation to school age students from ages 11-18! He has worked for Disney in the past and has over 27 years of experience in the feature animation world in 2D (hand drawn) and 3D (computer) work. Just to name a few of his projects, he’s worked on Polar ExpressEmperor’s New GrooveTarzan, and the Smurfs movies. He has been a traditional animator, a 3D animator, and has supervised other animators on multiple films. He and his wife have 8 children and are nearing the end of their homeschooling journey! They began The Animation Course about 3 years ago, and it has been a highlight of their life as they work to bring the wonder of animation to many students and families! Classes fill up fast – so reserve your spot soon!

WHERE
:  at your home!

WHEN:  Spring session begins January 29th-April 23rd. (3 different sessions are offered during the year)

TIME:  varies

AGES: 11-18

COST:  $300 for 12 one hour long sessions (live or recorded). Levels 1 & 2 Animation cover the principles (beginning and advanced) of animation.  Levels 3 & 4 Animation cover story boarding and producing a student film.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE, (Watch the How the Class Works video), or check out their Facebook Page

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Or if you aren’t quite at the above age level or interest level but would like to check out some animation how to’s, Disney and Khan Academy have partnered to offer a FREE class! Check it out HERE.

WHAT: Pixar in a Box is a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs. You will be able to animate bouncing balls, build a swarm of robots, and make virtual fireworks explode. The subjects you learn in school — math, science, computer science, and humanities — are used every day to create amazing movies at Pixar. This collaboration between Pixar Animation Studios and Khan Academy is sponsored by Disney.

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Reading Awards & Writing Contests

Pizza Hut’s “BOOK IT!”

Pizza Hut’s “BOOK IT!” Program has opened up enrollment.
Here’s how the program works:

  1. The homeschool teacher sets reading goals for each of her students.
  2. Each month that a child completes a reading goal he/she receives a coupon for 1 free personal pan pizza.
  3. The program runs for 6 months – from October until March.
  4. Any child in grades K – 6 (ages 5-12) is able to participate.
  5. This program is FREE to all homeschooling families.

To find out more about this program please click HERE

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Amazing Women’s Edition

writing contest

WHAT: Write a 20-30 page book with the theme Local Heroines. “In furtherance of honoring the vast contributions of women, we are hosting the Amazing Women’s Edition book writing contest. Get to know an extraordinary woman in your community and tell us HER story.” Sophia Hansen Founder, Amazing Women’s Edition
WHEN: must be submitted by January 8, 2018
WHO: grades K-8

Sponsored by: National Youth Foundation

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

 

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Amazing Kids! Adventure Contest

WHAT: Fall is the perfect time to reflect on any summer trips and record lasting memories. For our contest, we want you to write a story starting with the line “I opened the book, and out slipped a photograph.” We are looking for creative and fresh stories in which characters embark on adventures that shape their perspectives. Submit a story of up to 2000 words on the above theme.
WHEN: deadline extended till oct 1st
WHO: ages 7 – 18. ages split into the following categories: 7 – 9, 10 – 11, 12 – 14, and 15 – 18.

Sponsored by: Amazing Kids! Magazine

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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banner hsdla essay

WHAT: Submit an essay of up to 700 words using the corresponding theme for your age group. All contest profits go to our charitable arm, the Home School Foundation, which uses them to provide low-income homeschooling families with access to educational and legal resources to help them continue homeschooling.
WHEN: accepting submission September 1st-November 1st
WHO: separated into 3 categories: ages 7-10, 11-14, 15-19 year olds
COST: $15 non-HSLDA members, $10 for members; cash prizes are awarded

Sponsored by: HSLDA

FOR MORE INFORMATION:  Click HERE; to look up themes, click HERE

Don’t forget to check out their main page that lists all 4 of their contests offered quarterly!

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 1st Annual Young Writers & Illustrators Contest  

WHAT: Submit one original, short story that is no more than 32 pages.
WHEN: September 17- October 22
WHO: 3rd, 4th, 5th graders – 4 winners from each grade level will be selected

Sponsored by: Nahjee Grant

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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The Betty Award  

WHAT: In honor of my mother, Betty, who taught all 6 of her children to love reading and writing at an early age. Submit a story of up to 1000 words in length.
WHEN:  Entry deadline if October 7
WHO: ages 7-12
COST: $15 per entry fee; cash prizes are awarded

Sponsored by: The Betty Award

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Write Early! Write Often! Write Well!  

WHAT: Entries can be fact, fiction, prose, or poetry.  Parents must verify that participant completed all the steps of the writing process. FREE printable to help with this. Dictated stories are encouraged and accepted! All entries must include an ORIGINAL photo of the cover page that includes the title of the story, artwork (hand drawings by the author). Submit as many entries as you wish!
WHEN:  The contest begins January 1, 2017 and ends December 31, 2017. At the end of each month a random drawing will be held and a winner will be announced. The winner from the monthly drawing will be eligible for the end of the year drawing. Winner will be announced January 2018.
WHO: grades K-6 or ages 5-13 each age group has different word count qualifications

Sponsored by: Author Brock Eastman

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Dandelion MICRO FICTION Contest

Overbooked contestWHAT: Welcome to Dandelion’s third Micro-Fiction contest!  Open to writers of all ages and inclinations!  This one’s inspired by Overbooked, see illustration below.  Where does a busload, no, a veritable magical mystery tour of overflowing books take you?   Such a magnificent volume of volumes to be considered, one small girl must have help!  Or must she?   Is there an adventure in the offing?  Ah, the places you’ll go….

Submit a story of up to 1000 words regarding the related photo

WHEN:  submit by September 30; every month a different photo is posted awaiting a story, so check frequently on their website!
WHO: all ages; separated into Young Writer (18 and under) and Adult

Sponsored by: Artist Lori Preusch

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Creative Communication

WHAT: Submit a poem no longer than 21 lines of text.
WHEN: submit by December 6
WHO: grades K-9; separated into 3 age divisions

Sponsored by: Creative Communication

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

Creative communication is no longer offering their essay contests, but has a poetry contest 3 times a year!

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‘Be a famous writer’ Contest  

WHAT: Write a story based on the theme word: DRAGON. no less than 250 words and not to exceed 1,000 words. It may be fiction or non-fiction.
WHEN:  October 15- December 15
WHO: K-4th grade.

Sponsored by: Mrs. P Check out Mrs. P.com– an award-winning FREE storybook destination. Classic children’s stories brought to life by TV star Kathy Kinney as Mrs. P.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Click HERE

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Paint & Draw with Wondern Awe

Here’s the information for the Art Contest! All entries MUST be postmarked by June 10th! 

Dear Fellow Homeschooler,

We run a small ministry called “Wondern Awe” and one aspect of our work is encouraging artistic pursuit.

For this reason, we have taken over Gwen Fredette’s National  “PHB Homeschool Art Contest” and are partnering with Philadelphia Homeschool Blog to offer a great opportunity for Homeschooled kids across America.

Here are the details:

For Who:  Any child currently being homeschooled (either traditional or virtual charter school) in the U.S. in grades K through 8.

Categories:   Entries will be separated into 3 categories:

  • Grades K – 2
  • Grades 3 – 5
  • Grades 6 – 8

What: Create a work of art according to this theme: “Art through the Ages”.  Your artwork should also meet these requirements:

  • Art work should reflect the theme “Art through the Ages”.
  • Any homeschooled student in grades K – 8 can participate.
  • Must be on 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper
  • Art work can be done in any medium (pencil, marker, crayons, colored pencil, paint, markers, etc.)
  • Art work must be created from the student’s imagination or through direct observation. (No copying!  See contest rules for details.)

Deadline:  All entries must be post-marked by Saturday, June 10th, 2017 

Prizes Include:

For more details, including an entry form, mailing directions and the contest rules, please click links below:

Wondern Awe Entry Form (doc)
Wondern Awe Contest Rules (doc)

Wondern Awe Entry Form (pdf)
Wondern Awe Contest Rules (pdf)

Also, please feel free to let your homeschool friends and Co-ops know about the contest.

May God continue to bless your homeschool adventure!

Sincerely,

Sara Klein and Anne Macha

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Feel free to contact Sara & Anne with any questions or further details at emailwondernawe@gmail.com or thru their website Wondern Awe !

Special Thanks to the Sponsors who helped make this contest possible!

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The Old Schoolhouse Magazine:                                          

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right tools for a job you were expected to do.  Do you ever feel
that kind of frustration with homeschooling?  Just as a carpenter
needs tools, you need the proper equipment in your teaching toolbox. At http://www.schoolhouseteachers.com/, you will find an abundance of inspiring lessons and helpful resources to fill your toolbox.  Do you need homeschool inspiration, support, or advice?  Discover http://www.tosmagazine.com/, a FREE digital magazine. On the go?  Read TOS on your mobile device with FREE apps at http://www.tosapps.com/.  Need homeschooling resources? Order a free Homeschool Welcome Basket. Let TOS supply the tools you need to squelch your frustration and boost gratification!

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K Loveklove

K-LOVE is a pioneer in the non-commercial, listener supported Christian music format. With over 446 signals across the United States, K-LOVE reaches millions of listeners each week and strives to deepen their relationships with Christ. K-LOVE features positive and encouraging music 24/7. Through the support of listeners, K-LOVE is committed to improving local communities by building strong partnerships with churches and other organizations. You can listen to K-LOVE in Philadelphia at 106.9, on our free app, or online at klove.com.

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Trailblazer Books:

trailblazer logo  The award-winning Trailblazer Books are action-packed historical fiction novels introducing great Christian heroes to readers ages 8—12. Each page-turning book portrays a significant period in a hero or heroine’s life and ministry as seen through the eyes of a young protagonist. A page in the front of each book explains exactly what is fiction and which events and characters are historical, and a “More About” chapter at the end provides a brief biographical overview of the hero’s life. We want kids to learn about pioneer missionaries and other important Christians . . . and have fun doing it.

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Rainbow Resource Center

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Paint & Draw with “Wondern Awe” Contest

I’m excited to announce a great art contest!

Dear Fellow Homeschooler,

We run a small ministry called “Wondern Awe” and one aspect of our work is encouraging artistic pursuit.

For this reason, we have taken over Gwen Fredette’s National  “PHB Homeschool Art Contest” and are partnering with Philadelphia Homeschool Blog to offer a great opportunity for Homeschooled kids across America.

 

Here are the details:

For Who:  Any child currently being homeschooled (either traditional or virtual charter school) in the U.S. in grades K through 8.

Categories:   Entries will be separated into 3 categories:

  • Grades K – 2
  • Grades 3 – 5
  • Grades 6 – 8

What: Create a work of art according to this theme: “Art through the Ages”.  Your artwork should also meet these requirements:

  • Art work should reflect the theme “Art through the Ages”.
  • Any homeschooled student in grades K – 8 can participate.
  • Must be on 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper
  • Art work can be done in any medium (pencil, marker, crayons, colored pencil, paint, markers, etc.)
  • Art work must be created from the student’s imagination or through direct observation. (No copying!  See contest rules for details.)

Deadline:  All entries must be post-marked by Saturday, June 10th, 2017 

Prizes Include:

For more details, including an entry form, mailing directions and the contest rules, please click links below:

Wondern Awe Entry Form (doc)
Wondern Awe Contest Rules (doc)

Wondern Awe Entry Form (pdf)
Wondern Awe Contest Rules (pdf)

 

Also, please feel free to let your homeschool friends and Co-ops know about the contest.

May God continue to bless your homeschool adventure!

 

Sincerely,

Sara Klein and Anne Macha

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Feel free to contact Sara & Anne with any questions or further details at emailwondernawe@gmail.com or thru their website Wondern Awe !

 

Special Thanks to the Sponsors who helped make this contest possible!

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