Tag Archives: Core

What if my student doesn't complete all the Cores?

Sonlight offers a wide selection of packages for your K-12 journey. We call the programs that include History, Bible, Language Arts, and Reading a Core. We were using this term long before Common Core became a political phrase. Sonlight has … Continue reading

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Switch to Sonlight by Jan 31 and get $100

I know you are already using Sonlight. You read this blog. You're obviously a huge Sonlight fan. You're awesome like that. And you love your homeschool experience. But maybe one of your friends hasn't used Sonlight yet. You keep telling … Continue reading

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Major Updates to Core W

I'm quite excited about the product updates rolling out on April 1. If you're on our mailing list you should receive the new 2013 Sonlight catalog by then. April 1 is also the first day you can order the latest … Continue reading

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Why Core Club Benefits?

If you've poked around Sonlight's website, you've probably read the Sonlighters Club Membership Details and Discounts. We got into a discussion about them again this morning, so I thought I'd share a few of the things that grabbed me. We … Continue reading

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Last Minute Reminder: Save $30 on Core F

The price of Core F goes up $30 after today (July 31, 2012). So, order now if you haven't done so yet. That is all.  ~Luke Holzmann Filmmaker, Writer, Empty Nester P.S. Today has felt very much like a Monday … Continue reading

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$30 to Order Core F by August 1

Core F has undergone a transformation this year. It is still a transitional Core that introduces you and your children to the Eastern Hemisphere. But we improved the Instructor's Guide, reworked the Eastern Hemisphere Explorer (and integrated into the IG), … Continue reading

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How to Combine Students with Sonlight

One of the huge benefits of Sonlight is that you can combine students so they use the same Core. This saves you time and money. But how do you choose which program to use with multiple children? Isn't it complicated … Continue reading

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