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Free 30-Day Trial of Adventure Academy Educational Multiplayer Online Game

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Do you have elementary or middle school aged kids who love online gaming? You might want to check out Adventure Academy!!

Free Trial of Adventure Academy

What is Adventure Academy?

Adventure Academy is a brand new massive multiplayer online (MMO) game from the creators of ABCmouse and ReadingIQ.

Many of our readers love ABCmouse and Silas fell in love with reading because of ReadingIQ, so we’re super excited about this launch of their newest program!

Adventure Academy is an MMO game created specifically for kids in elementary and middle school. It features thousands of enjoyable learning activities that kids can discover on quests through an interactive virtual world.

Developed by the top video gaming designers and crafted by a team of curriculum experts, Adventure Academy is a highly engaging and creative platform that focuses on building critical knowledge and skills in language arts, math, social studies, science, and more!

Adventure Academy features thousands of educational learning activities, such as videos, reading experiences, games, quizzes, and many other interactive elements— all within the frameworks of U.S. (and international) curriculum standards.

Adventure Academy virtual world

Try Adventure Academy for FREE

If you’d like to try Adventure Academy, you can currently get FREE access for one month! Just click here to sign up and you’ll get your first month for free.

After the first month is up, if you decide to continue your subscription, it’s just $9.99 per month!

Note: After your free trial is up, you’ll be automatically charged at the regular monthly price of $9.99 per month. If you no longer wish to continue, just be sure to cancel before your free trial is up.

Go here to sign up for your FREE Adventure Academy trial.

FREE Homeschool Curriculum & Resources | Huge List of 24 Freebies!

This is a weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Carrie from HomeSchoolGiveaways.com. If you aren’t a homeschooler, but you’re a parent, teacher, babysitter, or nanny, you’ll probably find at least a few useful freebies in this list. You may also want to go through the Educational Deals and Freebies from earlier this week for more.

Free Homeschool Resources

General Homeschooling Freebies:

FREE Charlotte Mason Inspired Narration Cards – Implementing narration isn’t always easy. Some kids struggle with it, which is where these FREE Charlotte Mason inspired narration cards will come in handy. They cover all subjects and will help your kids learn and get started with narration.

FREE Charlotte Mason Inspired Downloadable Homeschool Planner – Are you a Charlotte Mason homeschooler? Then you’ll love this FREE printable Charlotte Mason Inspired planner to use while you plan your homeschool days.

FREE Bible Study Guide for Kids – Do you desire to help your kids grow in God’s Word? Use this FREE Bible Study Guide to help them get started reading the Bible on their own to learn and grow in God’s Word.

Get Encouraged with these Bible Verses for Homeschool Moms (FREE Printable Posters) – Homeschool days can be long and hard. Be encouraged with these FREE printable verses to encourage your heart and help you press on through the journey.

Early Learning Freebies:

FREE Fall Unit Study and Fall Activities for Early Learners – Fall is just around the corner and your little ones will love working through this Fall Unit Study and activities during the cooler months.

FREE Printable Roll & Count Games for the Kids in the Fall – If your little ones are working on their math skills, there’s no better way than with games. And these FREE printable roall & count fall themed games are perfect with fall just around the corner.

FREE Printables Chart for Learning Blends and Digraphs – There are many different aspects when learning to read. Blends and digraphs can be tricky, so this printable chart will come in handy when learning them.

FREE Printable Sight Word Books to Teach Your Kids the Word “Look” – Sight words are an important part of reading. These FREE printable sight word books will help your kids work on the word “look” as well as review several others.

Helping Your Kids with B and D Reversals in their Writing (FREE Posters) – Do your little ones have trouble remembering their “b” from their “d”? These FREE printable posters cute rhymes, tricks and reminders to hopefully help them stop.

Free Language Arts & Fine Arts Resources:

Over 550 FREE Writing Worksheets – Writing practice is probably my children’s least favorite part of learning. However, it is important that they learn to write neatly and correctly so others can read it. Use these FREE worksheets for introduction or extra practice.

FREE Online Reading Assessment Calculator – Do you wonder if you kids are reading at the right level, or even at a good level? It can be hard to see the signs or measure it when you work them every day. Use this FREE online reading assessment calculator to help!

FREE Musical Instruments Around the World Guided Drawing – Musical instruments from around the world are fascinating. Not only are they shaped differently, but they are made from different materials and they create some unique sounds too. With this FREE Guided Drawing Activity, kids will learn about ten different instruments from around the world.

Free Math Resources:

FREE Editable Word Problem Solving Templates for Kids – Do your kids struggle with word problems? Do you have visual learners? These FREE editable word problem solving templates are the perfect solution.

FREE Printable Four in a Row Multiplication Facts Game – Learning multiplication facts is always more fun when you make it a game! Whether your kiddos are struggling with learning their facts or just a need some extra practice, they will love playing this FREE four in a row multiplication facts game.

Science, Nature Study & Notebooking Resources:

[Free Mini-Course] Let’s Study Isaac Newton: A Life of Discovery – Explore and learn about one of the most famous scientists, Isaac Newton with this FREE mini course.

Science Experiments for Kids in Under 10 Minutes (FREE Printable Poster) – Do your kids love doing science experiments? These are ten experiments you can set up and do all in ten minutes time, which is perfect for little ones. And download a FREE printable poster while you’re at it.

25 Northern Lights Freebies for Kids – Are your kids as fascinated as mine with the Northern Lights? Living lower in the United States, we rarely have the chance to see them. However, that doesn’t keep my kids from asking questions and wanting to know all about them. Use these FREE resources to learn all about the Northern Lights with your kids!

FREE Lecture Download: Fish to Amphibian? – Do your kids get confused when they hear about evolution? Dr. Hardin from Science Shepherd explains exactly what would have to happen for evolution to truly take place in this FREE lecture about fish to amphibian.

FREE Foods Around the World Notebooking Journal – Different countries enjoy eating different foods. Kids will have fun learning and journaling about these food from around the world through this 75-page notebooking unit.

Free History & Geography Resources:

FREE Ancient Egypt Printables for History Studies – Are you studying Ancient Egypt in your homeschool this year? Then you’ll love using these FREE resources to create, enhance or supplement your history studies!

FREE Countries and Capitals of the World Cheat Sheets – If you’re studying world geography this year, these FREE cheat sheets will come in handy. Whether you need them for reference or studying, you’ll love having these in your homeschool.

FREE World Countries by Rank Cheat Sheets – These FREE cheat sheets are perfect for helping your kids rank the top twenty countries in area and population. They will also see the ranks of ten countries in size of labor force, exports, cell phones, number of airports and much more.

FREE States and Capitals Cursive Copywork – If your kids are working on their cursive handwriting and studying the United States, this is one resource you don’t want to miss! Download and use this FREE states and capitals cursive copywork to help them both remember and practice.

FREE Unit Studies and Printables for Landmarks in the USA – Do your kids know about famous landmarks in the USA? Now you can study them without ever leaving your home with these FREE unit studies and printables.

Carrie has been homeschooling for over a decade and loves to share FREE homeschooling resources, deals, and reviews over at Homeschool Giveaways. You can find homeschool freebies, free homemaking resources, meal plans, free unit studies, and much more.

FREE subscription to Real Simple Magazine + Sports Illustrated for Kids

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Yay! This super popular deal on a free subscription to Real Simple magazine has finally returned, you can get a free Sports Illustrated subscription, too!

I just got a completely FREE subscription to Real Simple Magazine AND a completely free subscription to Sports Illustrated for Kids from Rewards Survey. Here’s how:

  1. I signed into my Rewards Survey account (if you don’t have an account, sign up here — it’s free!)
  2. I took a short survey that they offered me (it only took me about two minutes).
  3. As soon as I took the survey, they offered me $30 in free rewards points that I could spend on a number of different magazine subscriptions. I chose to get Real Simple magazine. You just fill out a simple form and click the “x” in the corner for any additional offers that pop up.
  4. After I had ordered my subscription to Real Simple magazine — completely FREE! — I was offered the option to take another survey. So I said yes.
  5. I took the second survey (again it only took me less than 2 minutes) and I was offered more magazines I could order for free. I chose to get Sports Illustrated for Kids. Again, I clicked the “x” in the corner for any additional offers that popped up and got the free subscription.
  6. Note: I didn’t have to give any card information, so I won’t be billed ever nor will my subscription auto-renew. (Please be sure to NOT put your credit card information in, or you’ll be billed extra charges for extra offers. You should be able to get this freebie without any payment information!)

Go sign up and get your free subscriptions! And let me know which magazine subscription(s) you choose!

I can’t wait to get my FREE magazines in the mail… and Silas is going to be excited about getting Sports Illustrated for Kids!