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Monday, June 4, 2007

Combining SL Core 4 and WP ASII

The school year we just finished was probably the best we've ever had, thanks to a little legwork on my behalf and the great resources I was able to pull from WP to add to SL Core 3. Now it's time to move on to assembling the program we'll use this fall. We are moving on to SL Core 4 and WP ASII. I am getting ready to order my IGs soon so that I'll have time to begin the process of lining the programs up and selecting which resources I will be adding in to the SL Core. If anyone has an interest in hearing about the process as I walk through each step, I'll be happy to post.

6 comments:

Sweetpean'n'Me said...

I'd like to hear about it. I am considering switching to Winter Prmoise but I don't know if we will like it as much as Sunlight.

amyanne said...

Hi,

I am Tricia Goyer's (fellow CFBA) assistant. Would you be interested in joining the blog tour for Tricia's new non-fiction book for teens, My Life, Unscripted?

"Drawing on Biblical principles, My Life, Unscripted guides girls through the tumultuous teen years by teaching them to have a plan of attack before temptation or hardship come".

Tricia would love your help spreading the word about this unique and much needed teen resource. It's great for church youth groups, book clubs or other teen groups and organizations.

Thanks for your time,

Thanks,
Amy Lathrop
amy@triciagoyer.com
http://triciagoyer.blogspot.com

Jimmie said...

Yes!! Interested!!! I'm so glad that SL3 and WP AS1 worked for you. I'm excited to do the same 2008.

With postage rates increasing (now there is no more surface international mail), I've decided to buy TWO years worth of material and bring it in. I'm going WP all the way -- AS 1 and 2! :-)

Anonymous said...

Hi,
I so love reading your blog and would be interesting in how you combine SL and WP and why you use both. We currently use SL but WP looks wonderful but also similar to SL.
Thanks.
Vikki

Jana said...

I'm interested in what you do to combine the two. WP has always intrigued me, but I've stuck with Sonlight and just customized and added things on my own. Would you mind sharing what you like about each of them, what you discard from one or the other, what you keep, etc.?

Kim said...

Hi! I'm waffling between Sonlight and WP for next year. I'll have a 5th and 6th grader starting American History. Suggestions?

Kim@LadyBugKim.com