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Giveaway – $100 Gift Certificate

All About Learning Press Product Line

Enter to Win!

This month you can win a $100 Gift Certificate that can be used toward your purchase of All About Reading, All About Spelling, or any products on the All About Learning Press website.

Based on the latest research, our programs provide complete and comprehensive “no gaps” instruction using the Orton-Gillingham approach. These award-winning programs are “easy to learn,” and “easy to teach,” and are backed by lifetime support and a one-year guarantee.

How Do I Enter?

  1. Sign in to the Rafflecopter widget below and complete at least one task.
  2. Click the small arrow next to each entry option to reveal a dropdown box with instructions. Click the checkbox in the lower right corner of the dropdown box to confirm your entry.
  3. Completing the first task will unlock bonus entries which can increase your chances of winning.
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A Few Notes

  • The giveaway will be open until 12:00am EST, December 1, 2020. Winner will be chosen randomly by Rafflecopter and contacted via email on December 1, 2020.
  • An alternate prize of equal value may be awarded to winners residing outside of the United States.
  • If the winner purchases the giveaway item from AALP during the giveaway period, AALP will refund the winner the value of the giveaway item.
  • Previous giveaway winners are not eligible to win this or any future giveaway.
  • Upon request, store credit at www.AllAboutLearningPress.com will be awarded for the value of the giveaway item (excluding shipping costs).
  • If you’re interested, check back each month for our most recent giveaway winner. Good luck!

And While You’re Here …

Check out our Free Resources! You’ll find helpful reports, downloadable activities, and free letter-sound and phonogram-sound apps.


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M Hays

says:

Excellent giveaway!

Susanne Metz

says:

We just started homeschooling and discovered AAR and AAS and we are excited to learn more.

Katie

says:

I am really wanting to try All About Spelling. I have heard great things.

Lazaro Anguiano

says:

Could really use this resource in our homeschool this year. It would be such a blessing to anyone who wins it.

Connie

says:

We just started homeschooling this year and have started to use this as our spelling curriculum. I like how each lesson is easily laid out

Theresa

says:

Having struggled with reading myself, I am so thankful for All about reading! Though I was able to overcome my reading problems (related to speech), I am so grateful for All about reading and spelling because it is giving my daughter a confidence I never had!!!! The plus is I feel like I get a second chance to learn all that I didn’t learn as a child. Thank you!!!!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Thank you for sharing this, Theresa! I’m pleased to hear that All About Reading and All About Spelling are working so well for you and your daughter.

Christy

says:

We are enjoying All About Spelling, and I am learning things too!

Teresa

says:

This program works so great! We have three kiddos, so we have more to purchase, so this would be a huge blessing. So great that you bless your customers like this every month.

Natasha

says:

We are experiencing so much success using AAR2. With the variety of activities in each lesson, it’s easy to pick the ones your learner will find engaging, and there is enough content and repetition woven in to slide over activities that are not engaging.

Rosemarie

says:

We love your program. This would be great to continue.

Lynn Moore

says:

I am s grandmother helping my daughter homeschool her 4 children. As a former teacher myself in elementary I miss teaching. This way I still can. And I am always looking for new ideas to help them learn.

Marissa

says:

I have AAS and have used it in conjunction with other programs … but I really struggle to find good steps into teaching reading. Would love to incorporate AAR, but with needing to buy resources for schooling 9 children every year the cost for AAR is not something I have been able to swing yet.

Shelly C Moorhouse

says:

I’d love to win!! This could really go a long way toward buying materials for next year. I homeschool my daughter, who is 14. She has loved using your products for years now. Even though she has special needs, she has advanced through your curriculum beautifully!

Candace M

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I am a grandma helping home school 3 grandkids. Need help from professional to teach spelling properly. Would be grateful to be a winner. Thank you

Kim Silverman

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I had to change schools due to Covid. I had been teaching High School ESL, but now I am teaching elementary ESL. I need the apps to work with the Reading Simplified program. The school is using Fundamentals (Wilson), but I like this approach. I have k-4th. I am excited, and if I could afford it, I would buy your kits. Thank you!!

Jackie

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I am new to homeschooling and am using a different phonics-based program with my kindergartener, but am looking forward to using AAR with her next year, as well as using the pre-reading program with my son! I love all of the games and interactive resources that are available with AAR. I think this will work well for both of my kids, despite their different learning styles!

Lynell Nissley

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I am former tutor and teacher, now a school psychologist, and my husband has severe dyslexia. We have two small children (2yo and 7mo), and I am already looking forward to using All About Learning products with them as they hit kindergarten…so if they inherited the dyslexia gene, their core curriculum will go a long way towards helping them!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Lynell,
I understand! My husband’s dyslexia sent me to researching it for my children’s sake when they were as young as yours. It took time and consistent effort, but my dyslexic children have learned to be great readers and writers and All About Reading and All About Spelling had significant roles in that.

Kristin Igel

says:

I have heard many amazing things about AAR and AAS, and I am looking forward to using it with my sons next year!!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Wonderful, Kristin! Let me know if you need help with placement or anything else.

Kim C

says:

Another great giveaway! Thanks for all the great tips and suggestions you give for spelling and reading. My son is loving AAS this year.

Tracey Kingman

says:

This would be a great help in my classroom.

Dawn

says:

This would be great as I continue progressing towards my degree. I work as a SPED para and my school doesnt allow fir items to be borrowed or lurchased due to funding.

Michelle

says:

Would love to win!

Melinda Ralph

says:

I just found this company and want to start my son on AAS. He is 9 and we just found out he has dyslexia and dysgraphia

Jessica

says:

This would be so great!

Anna

says:

I would love to try AAS! Thank you for the chance to get some of your products!

Rachel M

says:

This would be a wonderful resource for our home school program.

Beth

says:

I’m loving this curriculum both as a teacher as a new charter school mom of a kindergartner! Love that it’s hands-on and multisensory.

Jing

says:

The resource materials were very helpful, I’m very thankful that I discovered this website.

Laura

says:

Thank you for the chance to win this giveaway. I’m a homeschooling mama and have been getting back into my tutoring (pre-kids) roots. I’m using resources from All About Learning both in my own homeschool and with some of my tutoring students. This would be such a wonderful help in getting the supplies I need. Thank you for all the amazing things you provide on your website and through your curriculum!

Virginia Farnsworth

says:

We are about 1/2 way through the Level 1 Spelling, and my daughter and I both are loving it. Everything is laid out clearly and flows well. I love that it is laid out in steps, so there is no pressure about “falling behind.” You stick with a step until your child has it.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Great point, Virginia! Yes, it is so important to not move forward if your unique student is not ready to do so.

Virginia Farnsworth

says:

Yes! Often when curriculums etc list week numbers, months or days, I feel like we are falling behind. With the step system that perceived pressure is removed, and you can truly focus on the pace your child sets. Thank you!

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