Tag Archives: Instructor’s Guides

Cultural Literacy in Your Homeschool

I still remember the first time I heard the story of Solomon and the two women with one living baby between them—in a children’s devotional when I was in kindergarten. I still remember my first introduction to the story of … Continue reading

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What's New: Instructor's Guides Redesign

On some level, the Sonlight Instructor's Guides (IGs) are not dramatically different from previous years. The schedule grid, as always, sums up a lot of information in an easy-to-use format. And the notes, as always, expand on the books you … Continue reading

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Homeschool Lesson Plans That Work

I imagine them sitting across from each other at the kitchen table. He's reading over the latest on the Common Core and making comments. She, as us bloggers are prone to do, is typing away. You can read all of … Continue reading

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Save 50% when you update your Sonlight Instructor's Guide

Sonlight's per pupil cost drops the more you use one of our programs. Because almost everything in your Core or Multi-Subject Package is reusable, adding an additional student requires a few consumable activity sheets or workbooks and little else. So … Continue reading

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Instructor's Guide Links

Sonlight's Instructor's Guides are so much more than an easy to use daily schedule. The IG includes notes and vocabulary and teaching tips and more. The guides also used to have long strings of text -- like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ -- that … Continue reading

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What Does $5 Do for You?

Five bucks sure doesn't sound like much. I can't even get one of those fancy more-sugar-than-coffee drinks at a local brand name coffee shop for that. But five dollars can do a ton in the right hands. $5 enables someone … Continue reading

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Back to School

It's back-to-school time for those of us following the traditional school-year calendar. When I was growing up I always looked forward to going back to school in the fall, and as a homeschool mom/teacher I still look forward to it. … Continue reading

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