Win A Free Learning Game For Your Children.


Update:  This contest is now closed, and we are not accepting any more entries.  We had said that we would be picking two winners.  But we did not have the hart to leave one mother out.  So we are contacting each of the three mothers who commented….Congratulations to Debra,  Sarah and Pamela.  Hopefully they will return here and make a comment about how the game worked for them. Ladies, please look for an email from, and check your spam folder if you do not see it.  Feel free to contact us with your mailing address.


That’s Right A Chance To Win A Free Learning Game For Your Children.

It is easy: 

Between now and  December 17, 2013  simply place your comment in the comment box below with the following information:

Note:    Because we will be paying for the shipping as well as for the cost of the games, we will only ship to mailing addresses within the Continental U.S.  But if you live outside of that area, and you win, please be prepared to  provide us with a friend’s or relative’s address within the Continental U.S. who can receive the game for you. No need to provide addresses in your comment.

1.  How many children you have (or teach), and their ages. (names are not necessary)

2. How you see Ring Around The Phonics helping   your children. {Note: This learning game was originally designed  to teach reading (14 early reader books included), phonics, blending, comprehension, listening skills, and communication skills.  But the 336  static cling letter cards, included in the game, also allow you to teach spelling, vocabulary, Foreign Languages (that use the English alphabet like  French and Spanish…some blank static cling letter cards included), and other Language Arts Subjects}.  It even allows you to earn extra income as a tutor helping children .

Your email address is kept confidential. It will not be published, or shared with anyone.  But it is necessary for us to contact you in the event you win….Two winners will be chosen, and each will receive all three levels designed to teach ages 4 through 10.

Two winners will be chosen on December 18, 2013.  Their first names will be posted here, and they will be contacted by email requesting their mailing addresses.  Upon receipt of that information, they  will be mailed their winnings.  In the event we do not hear back from any one of  them in one week, we will choose another winner.

Good luck. and thanks for commenting.  We truly love hearing from you.

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About Roma Cox

Education has always been my passion, and I am blessed beyond measure to be allowed to serve in this way. We offer many educational products and school supplies, information, workshops, news letters, tutoring services, volunteer work, and free consultations. Roma can be reached at (904)317-5330 from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. EST-U.S.
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6 Responses to Win A Free Learning Game For Your Children.

  1. debra patel says:

    4 children ages 8, 7, 4 and 3

    I think this would be great for teaching my younger two to read and review reading and spelling with my older two.

  2. Sarah Langhorne says:

    2 children ages 7 and 4.

    My youngest is just starting to learn to sound out words, etc, but wants nothing to do with “school” so I really have to work hard to hide learning in games and play. My son would really enjoy this for spelling practice and helping his sister learn to read!

    I have always enjoyed your posts in the Cafemom homeschool groups, and have wanted to try your game for a long time! 🙂

    • Roma says:

      We have emailed Ms. Longhorn notifying her that she is a winner. We are awaiting a reply with her mailing address so that we can mail her package.

  3. Pamela Smith says:

    My son would like to start homeschooling his daughter. She is 6 and currently in Kindergarten in a public school. He has a lower income and any help he can get with getting started would be very helpful. I think learning to read as a game would help hold her interest as she doesn’t have a very long attention span.

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