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Last month I shared that my family was in the middle of a cross-country move. What I didn't share was that I was also making the transition from being a stay-at-home homeschooling mom to actually working full-time in the Sonlight … 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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New Rate and Review

You're researching a product online. If you're anything like me, one of the first things you look for is customer ratings and reviews. There's always someone who marked it one star for a reason completely unrelated to the product itself. … Continue reading

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Simplify: make easier, more understandable

He squinted over his glasses at the screen. 'Why is that text repeated?' he asked himself. 'Can't we say that just once instead of three times?' Dave, our graphic designer, was hard at work cleaning up the Payment Plans page … Continue reading

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Time Payment Tutorial

"Could we include instructions on how to select a Time Payment option during checkout?" The idea had struck me years ago. It's not immediately obvious how to take advantage of Sonlight's Payment Plans. But I'd gotten busy and didn't do … 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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How Many Hours a Day Do You Spend on School?

Way back in the day, my siblings and I were done with school by 10am or noon, at the latest. I guess, technically, we also had some school as bedtime stories... but the fantastic books didn't feel like school. In … Continue reading

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