Monday, May 31, 2010

History Channel's "America: The Story of Us" FREE for K-12/colleges (one per school)

If you have been enjoying the History Channel's America: The Story of Us for the past several weeks, you know that it is quality programming.  I have learned a lot of interesting things along the way and the journey ends tonight with the series finale. 


You can buy your own copy at the History Channel's website, BUT did you know that your child's school could request their very own free copy?  Schools K-12 (and even colleges) can request a free copy of America: The Story of Us if they meet the July 1 request deadline.  With schools being crippled with the same money crunch as everyone else, they should jump at the chance to snag this freebie.  The principal/dean of students must be the one who requests the copy and there is a strict 1 per school limit.  This is a $40 value if you were going to buy your own set (BluRay is $10 more).

Please forward the link or this blog post to someone at your child's school so that they don't miss out on this freebie!



that url is: http://classroom.history.com/america-dvd/event/form




Disclosure:  I was not compensated by The History Channel for making this blog post.  I simply wanted to share my love of history (and love of freebies) with others.  Please share with teachers so that their school can request a free copy by the deadline.
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