Sonlight Level C (Week 22)

BIBLE:

Bible Memory:

I created a Bible verse pack for Proverbs 18:9.

Memory Verse Tracer Page (Proverbs 18:9)
Bible Verse Tracer

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On Monday, Parker traced his verse while listening to his Sing the Word track.

On Tuesday, Parker illustrated his verse while listening to his Sing the Word track.

On Wednesday, we cut apart his tracer and he pasted it together in his Bible notebook.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

The Palace of Versailles:

I brought out the boys’ Usborne Sticker Dressing Warriors books to accompany our history lessons about France.

They completed the palace scene as we finished learning about Kings and Parliaments of France.

LANGUAGE ARTS:

Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a fun Valentine themed Sending All My Love Grammar Grab Bag #22 Parker’s language arts lessons this week.

Sending All My Love 2nd Grade Grammar Grab Bag #22
Sending All My Love Grammar Grab Bag #22

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Spelling:

I printed Parker’s spelling cards, spelling mat, heart letters, and coordinating worksheets (in GGB).

Today, we spelled our words using a spelling mat and festive heart letters.   I said the word aloud and Parker built the letter on his mat.

I read a couple of cards while Parker built the word.  I told him he didn’t have to build the word if he could spell it out loud.  He did an awesome job!

Alphabetical Order:

I added the Alphabetical Order worksheet (in GGB) in his Monday folder.

Parker cut out the spelling word labels, placed them in alphabetical order, and glued them on his paper.

Capitalization & Italics:

Parker and I reviewed our grammar lesson on italics and the rules for capitalizing titles.  I brought out our Capitalize & Italicize worksheet (in GGB) from our Tuesday folder.

He cut and pasted the the titles, colored the letters that should be capitalized and underlined the titles in pink.

MATH:

Calendar:

I printed the February pages from our Months of the Year booklet.

My Calendar Book - Months of the Year
Months of the Year Booklet

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They colored the pages, marked their calendars, and answered the related questions.

They also drew holiday and birthday icons on their calendars.

Polar Bear Math Facts:

I created a Fishing for Math Facts pack for Parker to practice his four times table.

Polar Bear Ice Fishing - Multiplication by FOURs (Mini Math Pack)

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First, we played a guessing game.  I said the equation and he got the card if he knew it right away.  We reviewed the ones he hesitated on.

Next, I set out the equation cards and gave Parker the answer cards.  He matched the answer card to the equation.

SCIENCE:

Cloud in a bottle:

Since we were learning about clouds in our weather book, I found a “make a cloud” video and added it to our Sonlight Level C Playlist.

I set out items for a cloud experiment and we headed to the kitchen to make a cloud.

I heated water and filled our plastic bottle. Parker helped strike the match and we put it inside.

We made our cloud disappear and reappear by squeezing and releasing the bottle.  It was a quick and easy experiment at the end of a long day!

Cloud Art:

I remember making this cloud art project with Haley when she was in second grade.

In addition to our assigned reading from our Weather book, we also read Clouds by Anne Rockwell.

I added a hillside to the bottom of blue construction paper to match the cloud page in our book.  It was super easy with crayons and made our craft pop with color!

Parker used a combination of paint and cotton balls to make the various clouds on our pages.

Bub decided to use glue, baby powder, and paint to illustrate his clouds.

Haley chose to paint her clouds and used the cotton balls to add texture to her painting technique.

All three looked beautiful against the bright blue paper!  Such a fun and beautiful way to combine art and science!

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