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Friday, September 4, 2015

Learn To Read Giveaway

Boy has learning to read changed since I was a kid. I had Schoolhouse Rock. Now, there is Rock N' Learn. I think I still like my old way better. But, if you want to win the new way, here's your chance to win the 10 DVD set. You have through 9/18 to enter.
Enter the Learn To Read Giveaway. Ends 9/18  

Learn to Read Giveaway

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If you are looking for a great way to help your child learn to read, this is it, there is so much content and it is so worth it for them to have the complete set. Rock N Learn has so many programs to help your kids learn, everything from math, science, reading and different languages. Check out the full Rock N Learn website here. Enter below to win the complete 10 DVD Set of the Learn to Read set. To read the entire review of the Learn to Read set you can go here. Good Luck!  

  Participating bloggers were not compensated and are not responsible for this giveaway.No purchase required to enter this giveaway and there is a limit of one entrant per household. Void where prohibited. All entries are optional. A new winner will be chosen if the original winner(s) has not responded within 48 hours of email notification. Tales From A Southern Mom is not responsible for shipment of the prize(s). Sponsor is responsible for all shipping this prize. This giveaway is not administered, sponsored, endorsed by, or associated with Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or other social media outlet. This is posted in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Any questions, email julie.talesfromasouthernmom@gmail.com

3 comments:

  1. The first entry to "Follow our Cohosts" says enter this giveaway.... however it is not a giveaway ... it is a page to subscribe to a newsletter.

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  2. I think I was in first grade or second. I was always in the "top group" of the class for reading ;)

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