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[Free E-book] It Was Worth it! Real Stories to Inspire Your Homeschool Journey

[Free E-book] It Was Worth it! Real Stories to Inspire Your Homeschool Journey
[Free E-book] It Was Worth it! Real Stories to Inspire Your Homeschool Journey I LOVE FREE BOOKS, and Sonlight Curriculum has published a free online book for you! Would you like some summer encouragement from moms who have been there, and done that? This book is for you! Ever feel overwhelmed and wonder if homeschooling is worth it? Want reassurance that it’s the right thing to do for your family? It Was Worth It! Real Stories...
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New to All This!

New to All This!
I'll admit it.  Sometimes parents ask BIG questions on Facebook, and it's hard to answer in a short paragraph.  If you only had a few sentences, how would you answer this new homeschool mom?Posted on The HomeScholar Fan Page: My daughter has been in a Classical Christian school since Kindergarten. She is now going into 7th grade and we want to home school her. She is so sick and tired of filling in work sheets, and...
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Guest — J W
You don't have to do every single problem in the workbook.
Friday, 08 July 2011 18:55
Guest — Toni
We've been homeschooling for 14 years. My oldest is a math whiz (and now a finance major in college). Saxon didn't work for him,... Read More
Friday, 08 July 2011 07:00
Guest — Leslie
A couple of suggestions for math, find out if they did the ENTIRE set of problems (in Saxon), maybe it's just a matter of less vol... Read More
Friday, 08 July 2011 06:58
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Sonlight is Guaranteed!

Sonlight is Guaranteed!
Dear Lee, Thanks SO much for responding quickly. I have used Apologia before and most likely will go back to that. Thank you... I am ordering some Owl pellets to dissect until we get the Apologia curic. ;) I am still trying to consider his English. I have heard nothing but GOOD about Sonlight. But my son doesn't like to read. My oldest did, but not my youngest. lol  So, I am still pondering that area....
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Guest — Lee
Dear Sharon, Yes, my boys did the assignments mostly on their own. I did read aloud to them all through high school, but that was ... Read More
Friday, 24 June 2011 05:24
Guest — Sharon Nelson
@ Lee: Did your boys use Sonlight in high school in a self study format, e.g., they followed the weekly schedule and did the work ... Read More
Thursday, 23 June 2011 20:47
Guest — Luke Holzmann
Thanks for posting this Lee! I saw it on Twitter yesterday and finally got to it in my RSS reader today [smile]. ~Luke... Read More
Tuesday, 29 December 2009 06:53
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