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How I Learned to Be Content with My Homeschool Curriculum

I recently read a blog post that resonated with me. It’s about being content with the curriculum I have, the one I chose for the year, and trusting God with my homeschool.  Of course, I know the value of contentment. After … Continue reading

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Enter to Win Sonlight Science Curriculum

As part of the new product releases of 2021, Sonlight Science has been revamped! Taking a hint from national science standards, the product development team has enriched the existing Sonlight Science and made it more robust. This new Science still … Continue reading

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Don't Use Character Curriculum. Do This Instead to Teach Virtue

Though there are many worthy reasons to homeschool, many parents homeschool to instill their values and morals in their children. I find that a worthy goal. Beyond homeschoolers, I've noticed that others desire to teach morality, or its more old-fashioned … Continue reading

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My 3 Favorites from What's New at Sonlight in 2021

As we gear up for another year here at Sonlight, I'm reminded of the many blessings this past year offered. I feel truly blessed to have invited thousands of new homeschoolers into our Sonlight family. To those of you who … Continue reading

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Parent-intensive Versus Hands-off Homeschooling

Did you know that some homeschool programs will teach your children for you? You can put your child in front of a computer and then go about your day. Your kids can be homeschooled without your being involved. This is … 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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What to Do When the Science Experiment Fails

We all have our own pictures of what the ideal homeschooling day looks like. Mine definitely include an amazing, mind blowing science experiment that has all my kids in awe. Bubbling beakers, microscopes, home-made circuits, dry ice vapor, rubber gloves, … Continue reading

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