Monarch™ is coming on 4/1/10, and it's time to reveal more about this amazing new curriculum from Alpha Omega Publications®. A revolutionary learning program for homeschool families, Monarch is an online Christian curriculum for grades 3-12. Now, you can skip the hassle of teaching with textbooks or installing CD-ROMs and enjoy the convenience of 24/7 access to interactive lessons with the most up-to-date content!
Compatible with any web browser on a Windows® or Macintosh® system, Monarch lets learning soar with engaging lessons in the five core subjects of Bible, history and geography, language arts, math, and science, as well as over 35 electives. Whether you're at home, on vacation, or halfway around the world, you can homeschool anywhere by simply logging in online! Plus, cutting-edge, media-rich lessons are infused with movie clips, animations, learning games, audio clips, web-related links, and more to provide a multi-dimensional learning experience that makes homeschooling fun.
Best of all, to prove how wonderful this online homeschool curriculum really is, we're offering you an opportunity to win a 5-subject Monarch subscription to the grade of your choice. That's a prize value of $419.95! To enter for a shot at winning one of five subscriptions in our Monarch Giveaway, simply complete the following steps before March 31, 2010:
- 1. Answer the question, "Why do you want to use Monarch curriculum?" in the comment box at the end of the article in 100 words or less. (Note: To enter a response, you must be logged in or create an AOP account).
2. Click on your favorite social media network icon at the bottom of this page and automatically post a link to your account about AOP's Monarch Giveaway. Note: If you desire to post to Twitter, please place "RT @homeschoolers Enter to Win AOP's New Monarch Curriculum! http://bit.ly/9BCSD6 #aopmonarch" in your status update.
**Note: The deadline for entering this giveaway has ended. After receiving over 1,400 responses, the five Monarch Giveaway winners were announced in the May 2010 edition of the Homeschool View®.**