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5 Ways to Make Bible Memorization Natural in Your Homeschool

One of the most powerful aspects of Sonlight curriculum is the Bible memorization included in the History / Bible / Literature programs. When your child meditates on and memorizes Scripture, he is storing gold in the savings account of his … Continue reading

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Finding Hope in the Exhausting, Proverbs 31 Superwoman

This is not the first time I find myself writing about the Proverbs 31 woman. I suppose that I'm really intrigued by her. For years, I would read Proverbs 31 and I would feel the weight of this woman of … Continue reading

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7 Low-Key Ways to Add Spiritual Self-Care to Your Homeschool Day

Sadly, there is one aspect of homeschooling often overlooked by parents—spiritual self-care. We are overachievers when it comes to making and checking off homeschool planning checklists: Math program? ✔Check Spelling curriculum? ✔Check 36-Week Instructor's Guide? ✔Check Field trip list? ✔Check … Continue reading

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5 Tricks to Memorize Scripture, Poetry, Songs, and Great Speeches

Odelia (6) reviews her memory verse for the week. "[My children] have grown to love memorizing Bible verses. Sonlight is great for our kids because they love listening to stories. They have tons of questions as we read, and their … Continue reading

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Bible Time: The Most Important Part of Your Homeschool Day

It was Bible time, a part of every homeschool day and scheduled in our Instructor's Guide. Bible was one of the subjects that our whole family did together before going separate ways to tackle our own subjects. Mom would read … Continue reading

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5 Simple Ways to Extend and Deepen Your Homeschool Bible Reading

Seven years ago when we began our homeschool journey, my goal was simple. We wanted to raise children to love the Lord with their hearts, minds, and souls, and to love their neighbor as themselves. We figured that if we … Continue reading

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The Power That a “Not Yet” Attitude Brings to Your Homeschool

I watched a TED Talk recently that inspired me. Carol Dweck started with the example of a Chicago school that has a grade labeled “Not Yet.” The idea, Dweck says, is that we are in a process of learning. Just … Continue reading

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