Sunday, October 16, 2016

Win a One Year Subscription to Cobblestone, an American History Magazine for Kids, in the Too Cute Too Spook Giveaway Hop!


Welcome to the Too Cute To Spook Giveaway Hop hosted by On Honeysuckle Hill"& and MamatheFox! At each stop in this hop you can find a fun prize valued at $10 or more. Be sure to come back for your daily entries to increase you chances of winning! Good Luck

This election year is a great time for kids to start learning more about American history. Even if they are not quite ready to learn about the current battle of Hilary Clinton vs. Donald Trump for President, there is so much more to history than only what is going on at this moment. That's where Cobblestone Magazine comes in. Cobblestone Magazine is a fun and interesting way for Kids to learn about American history. There are 9 issues of the magazine a year all of them completely ad-free. The current October issue is a special one devoted to Alexander Hamilton. See below.


This issue includes articles on:

Hamilton the Musical                                      and           America's First Money Manager



This is only a small sample of what is included in the issue. There are also lots of other great articles. Other issues of the magazine are devoted to other historical events and/or figures.

Cobblestone magazine is also currently running a Rap Into History Challenge for kids ages 9-14.  The challenge will run through October 25 and winners will be announced on November 18. For more about that see our previous post: Sunday Scoop Week of 10/9/16 or visit http://www.rapintohistory.com/

To subscribe to Cobblestone Magazine  and receive a free copy of the Alexander Hamilton Issue click here. The magazine is currently offering a limited time 35% discount rate on new subscriptions. To win a one year subscription, enter below.

Giveaway Dates 10/16-10/31

Giveaway open to Ages 18+ US only

ARV: $33.95


After you enter our giveaway hop around to the other blogs listed below, and enter to win other great prizes.


Disclosure: Hosts and participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors and self-sponsoring bloggers that do not fulfill prize obligations.

21 comments:

  1. My favorite historical figure is Rosa Parks :)

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  2. I'd like to see your thoughts on couponing and saving money.

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  3. My favorite historical figure is Susan B. Anthony because she was a strong woman.

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  6. My favorite historical figure is Eleanor Roosevelt because she was a strong woman who was a champion for women's rights and civil rights

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  7. I have always thought John F. Kennedy would be neat to talk to. He had a good balance of politics and common sense, it seemed.

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    1. I have always admired Jackie Kennedy too. She sure did a great job raising John Jr. and Caroline. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  8. I would like to know your thoughts on motivating kids and how to make education fun.

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  9. My favorite is Elizabeth I. She was an inspiring and strong woman.

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  11. My favorite historical figure is Eleanor Roosevelt.

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  12. My favorite historical figure is Helen Keller because she accomplish great things and never gave up despite her disabilities.

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