Tag Archives: readers

One Sonlight HBL with Multiple Kids: Sharing the Readers

Combining multiple children into the same History / Bible / Literature (HBL) level can be a major time, money, and brain saver for a homeschool parent, but there are a few logistics to figure out. One is how to handle … Continue reading

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How to Talk to Kids About Books You Haven’t Read

A fellow Sonlighter recently asked about her children's habit of reading ahead of the Sonlight schedule. “How can I test my children’s comprehension when they are reading ahead of the IG? Do I need to cover each discussion question to … Continue reading

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Love Learning Tip: Read Easy Books

One of the best ways you can increase your child's confidence in reading, and help them foster a love of books, is to use stories that are easy to read. Read War and Peace can wait. We need not wander … Continue reading

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Don't let your child flunk summer

I wish I could take credit for the catchy title, but I can't. It was the opening line from an excellent blog entry that I read earlier this week. The author also made the following statement, which really caught my … Continue reading

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Something Other than Minecraft this Summer?

Do you feel like all your child wants to do over the summer is play video games? If so, have we got a great option for you! Sonlighters Katie, Lizzie, Abigail, and John enjoy a book together But first, a … Continue reading

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Summer Reading Fun

We just released the 2014 Summer Reader Packages, and I'm so excited to share them with you! This is one of my favorite projects to work on, and I'm so pleased with the packages we put together. I love reading. … Continue reading

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From Luke's Inbox: Missed Opportunities

I'm very disappointed with your Kindergarten readers. Yesterday we read a story where the character speeds at 100mph, gets pulled over and then fights with the cop. The "consequence" is: his car gets towed. What an opportunity lost! Maybe he … Continue reading

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