Sunday, December 12, 2010

Creation Camouflage Sale and Giveaway!

Creation Camouflage is one of our newest DNG titles and has quickly become a favorite of many DNG families!

Learn all about how and why animals hide in different parts of the earth, from oceans and rain forests to deserts and even the tundra. Meet distinguished animal-loving experts and watch videos of astonishing animals from around the world while learning about their most amazing forms of camouflage.






Beginning Monday, December 13, until Saturday, December 18, we have this awe-inspiring unit study on sale for $5.95.  For added thrill, we will also be giving away 8 of these adorable National Geographic Tree Frog Mouse Pads in a blog contest.  The contest will begin December 13, 2010 at 12:01am EST and will end at 9pm EST on December 17, 2010.

To enter the giveaway, simply leave us a comment telling us about your favorite camouflaged animal.  For an extra entry, blog about our contest and leave a second comment with a link to your blog post.

Please remember to read these Contest-Specific Rules. It is especially important to note that you must leave an email address or your entry will not be valid. A winner will be drawn soon after 9pm EST on Friday, December 17, 2010.

Don't hide from this awesome deal! You can purchase Creation Camouflage in the DNG Store.

See what our review team thinks of Creation Camouflage, beginning December 15.

17 comments:

  1. [...] Creation Camouflage Sale and Giveaway! [...]

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  2. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Traci Best, Homeschooling in KY. Homeschooling in KY said: Check out the Creation Camouflage sale and giveaway on the DNG Blog! http://homeschoolblogger.com/downloadngo/?p=1100 [...]

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  3. I like how lions blend so easily w/ the savannah grasses. They are so big, yet can sneak up so closely to their prey because of their coloring!

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  4. I love these DNG unit studies. Amanda Bennett is truly a homeschool hero sharing these all with us. We are doing a show and tell for folks who have completed unit studies and lapbooks with their kids to show us all what they did. Please stop in to Weiser Academy and let us know about your unit study project and all the fun you had doing it.

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  5. My favorite camouflaged animal is the butterfly - or is it a moth? - that looks like an owl's head when spread open on a tree trunk!

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  6. It took me 30 mins to enter this-my son had me looking up animals so he could tell me which one we liked the best LOL thanks for some snowy day family time, and a great giveaway! Chris
    bert501 AT hotmail DOT com

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  7. By far, the octopus! It just blows me away how it not only changes color but the texture it rests on! Very cool and very strange!

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  8. Red eyed tree frog!!

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  9. I love the Stick Bug!lol My son was just looking through his bug book and loves how they use camouflage to survive!

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  10. [...] contest. The prize? A very cool National Geographic Tree Frog Mouse Pad! To enter, simply go to the DNG contest site and leave a comment indicating your favorite camouflaged animal (be sure to include your e-mail [...]

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  11. Blogged about the contest at http://homeschoolblogger.com/carpentersschoolhouse/171/

    Jana (Godisgracious)

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  12. I have always thought those walking sticks were very cool :)

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