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Zooming out and in: Global-minded homeschooling

I’ve always loved maps -- the delicate wandering lines, the stars and circles hovering over city centers, the softly-worn paper folds creating ridges and peaks where the creases bisect latitude and longitude. Even the mysterious names themselves have a cadence, … Continue reading

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What's New: Sonlight F (Eastern Hemisphere) now book-based, too

As John and Sarita's daughter, I can say that Sonlight F – Eastern Hemisphere – most accurately shows the heart of my parents. They long for the Church to be a house of prayer for all nations. They long for … Continue reading

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What's New: All Programs Now 5-Day (& Some Great New Books, Too)

This is a deep change – and it begins with our books. Book Changes Our goal at Sonlight has always been to give people everything they need to teach their children for one full year. In the US, a full … 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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Best catalog teaser EVER: look what's back this year!

Whatever I tried to write, nothing seemed as compelling to me as just showing you: What do you see? The return of book descriptions! Woot! And there was great rejoicing! Amy Lykosh P.S. Lest you think there is a large … Continue reading

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Catalog Teaser: Look at what we did with the photos this year!

We are so excited for the new catalog! As we wait for the printer to finish, we thought it would be fun to show you a new design element that we really like. Here's the first page of Sonlight G. … Continue reading

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The Voice Bringing Tales to Life

Ask anyone who has parented long enough to see their child's shoe size dwarf their own: things change as the years go by. It's true across the board. The favorite t-shirt you had to pry from your son's body to … Continue reading

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