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Build a Bible Curriculum for Kids with LightSail

Posted on 31.Aug.21 in Faith-based

Whether you use a done-for-you Bible curriculum or put together your own, LightSail is the perfect complement to your homeschool Bible curriculum. LightSail has a wide selection of faith-based content included in every subscription, and thousands of additional faith-based titles available for purchase. Whether Catholic, Christian, or Latter-day Saint, there are books available to supplement […]

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3 Benefits of Using a Living Books Curriculum

Posted on 31.Aug.21 in Homeschool Tips

As a homeschool parent, you have the unique ability to bring learning to life. One of the best ways to do this is by using a living books curriculum.  This term comes from Charlotte Mason, an education pioneer. She believed that children should be taught through books that inspire great ideas. These books contain beautiful […]

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Must-read coding books from Lerner Books

Posted on 17.Aug.21 in Book Recommendations

Tech loving kids, with an eye for creativity and design can find their niche in computer coding. Whether it’s coding websites, games, or apps, many kids start coding as part of their homeschooling curriculum. And parents – whether techy or not – can support this interest by finding great books to pique curiosity in computer […]

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Living Books Science Curriculum 101

Posted on 17.Aug.21 in Book Recommendations

“It’s time to start science!” and groans from your students meet your enthusiasm. Sound familiar? Science is an essential subject for homeschoolers, but hefty textbooks can make it hard to get students engaged. Science doesn’t have to be a struggle! A living books science curriculum can renew your student’s interest in learning and take a […]

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Charlotte Mason Curriculum 101

Posted on 10.Aug.21 in Homeschool Tips

The Charlotte Mason way of learning focuses on the heart of the child, above all else. Miss Mason believed that children are born whole people with everything they need to become well-rounded. She taught her students with rich materials that would help them form their own ideas about the world around them. Her philosophy influences […]

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How to Create a Homeschool History Curriculum

Posted on 10.Aug.21 in Book Recommendations, Homeschool Tips

History can be an intriguing subject when approached correctly. Many students find history to be dull due to the use of hefty textbooks and long lectures. This doesn’t have to be the case! As a homeschool parent, you can bring all subjects to life, including history. Here’s how you can create a homeschool history curriculum […]

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What Is a Lapbook?

Posted on 10.Aug.21 in Book Recommendations, Homeschool FAQ

Lapbooks are a buzzword in the homeschool community, particularly on social media. What is a lapbook? A lapbook is a folder filled with smaller books that pertain to a specific topic. Lapbooks can be as complicated or simple as you want, and they’re a fun hands-on activity that can solidify facts in your child’s mind. […]

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Powerful Tools for Using the King James Bible in Your Homeschool

Posted on 10.Aug.21 in Faith-based

Do you use the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible in your homeschool? Do you wish there was an easier way to create and share KJV Bible lesson plans online with your kids?  LightSail is an excellent resource with powerful new tools to use when crafting online King James Bible lesson plans for your […]

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Teaching Scripture Marking for Kids

Posted on 6.Aug.21 in Faith-based

Reading and studying scriptures are essential to helping children grow in faith and increase their testimony of Christ. Not to mention, studying the scriptures with your children can bring peace and joy to your home.   While knowledge of how to read scriptures may come easily, the pattern of how and what it means to study […]

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