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Sonlight's 12 Days of Christmas Day 9: Homeschool Programming

I was surprised recently to realize that somewhere around 90% of personal computers run Microsoft. Among my friend group, I can't think of any who use anything other than Apple, so that number shocked me. Then I was surprised again … Continue reading

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Am I Missing Something? That Didn't Take Very Long!

***For those who are teaching older children or dawdling children, or who are stunned by how long school is taking--this post isn't for you.*** Depending on the age of the child you are teaching, you might be surprised by how … Continue reading

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You want ME to teach art?!

Ask me to teach Science, I'm in my wheelhouse. Ask me to teach Math, I'll go find my husband. Ask me to teach Art? I'll probably chuckle and tell you I had a hard time passing stick figure drawing in … Continue reading

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Today: Last Chance to Save 10% on Electives

Sonlight offers more than just History. Our Electives are pretty awesome too. And you can get your pick from a selection of Electives options that are on sale through tonight only. Check 'em out here. Add some art, music, or … Continue reading

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Thinking About Adding Electives? Save 10%

As you settle into your school year, perhaps you're feeling like you'd like a bit more to round out your day. Perhaps some fun art books would be just the thing... Now through October 31, you can add a small … Continue reading

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Family Fun: Puzzles

We start a puzzle almost every time the whole family gets together. Then, as we chat late into the night while the kids sleep, we slowly piece together a picture out of tiny cardboard shapes. It's a bonding thing and … Continue reading

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New: Homeschool Programming

    An Autoblot™ Post The sprite passed through the wall of the castle. Perplexed, the boy looked back at his code. By pressing the up arrow, the 16-year-old was adding one to the y-axis of the coordinate plane. He had hoped … Continue reading

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