Tag Archives: Curriculum

Raising College Ready Students with a Literature-Rich Curriculum

A quote from David Coleman, president of the College Board and designer of the SAT and AP tests, caught my attention: “The single most important predictor of student success in college is the ability to read a range of complex … Continue reading

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7 Reasons to Buy Your Homeschool Curriculum in Early Spring

Although your new school year may be 4-5 months away, April is the best month to order Sonlight’s newest materials. Here are 7 reasons why we think early spring is the optimum time for getting your new homeschool curriculum purchases … Continue reading

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New in 2018: Science Updates

Coming March 29: New 4-Day Science Program + Full-Color Activity Sheets in A-F Continuing on in our series of what's new in 2018, we are thrilled to announce the new Science H program, a 4-Day only Science program for Middle Schoolers (roughly … Continue reading

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New in 2018: New Product Round-Up

Besides the bigger changes with the 2018 catalog—a new HBL, a new Science, updated Language Arts, new hands-on —we have other fun changes coming March 29! Rosetta Stone: now available as a subscription, rather than a physical product. No more worries about scratched discs. Just access when you’re ready. Sing … Continue reading

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Sonlight's New History of Science Curriculum: HBL J

HBL J is designed for students ages 13-15 and will be available in the 2018 Sonlight catalog (and online March 29, 2018). Through Sonlight's all new History / Bible / Literature and Language Arts J: History of Science, you'll follow the … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Not to Supplement Your Sonlight Curriculum

This post was originally published as 5 Reasons I Don't Supplement our Homeschool Curriculum on Raising the Extraordinary. It is reposted here with permission of the author, Amy Mattson. I’ve noticed there are several traps homeschool moms tend to fall … Continue reading

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How to Clean Up Your Homeschool Schedule Like You Tidy a Room

I can clean a child’s room, spotless, in under 10 minutes—even the biggest disaster of a room. All it takes is a broom and some determination. The trouble with cleaning a messy room isn’t the stuff in the room—it's the … Continue reading

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