Sonlight Level C (Week 24)

BIBLE:

Memory Verse:

I created a Bible Verse printable pack for Psalm 121.

My Memory Verse Tracer Pages (Psalm 121)

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On Tuesday, Parker traced and Illustrated his verse.

On Wednesday, Parker cut and pasted the Bible verse on Wednesday.

Poetry:

I created a Windy Nights poem booklet for Parker.

Windy Nights Tracer Booklet

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Parker read his poem each day, tracing a new page daily.

LANGUAGE ARTS:

Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a Lovin’ the Rain Grammar Grab Bag #24 (in GGB) for this week’s language arts activities.

Lovin' the Rain 2nd Grade Grammar Grab Bag #24

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First, I read a word out loud and Parker spelled it out using the letters and spelling mat (in GGB).

Next, I said each spelling word outloud and he told me whether it was an er, ir, or or word, then sorted it on his mat (in GGB).

Lastly, he used his spelling cards (in GGB) to complete his worksheet.

Italics, Root Words, & Plurals:

First, we reviewed Italics, root words, and plurals. Then I handed Parker his worksheet (in GGB).

Parker and I reviewed a few more examples of using italics on the name of a vehicle or boat. After we finished, he was able to work through the rest of the worksheet.

Home Sweet Home:

Our Home Sweet Home poetry activity started on Tuesday. He drew a picture of our home.

On Wednesday, Parker used his graphic organizer to answer questions about home and what it means to him.

Then Thursday, he wrote his free verse poem about home. It was so sweet and beautiful!

SCIENCE:

Snow Line:

I updated our existing Snow Science printable with a worksheet for Parker to record his snow line experiment data.

Snow Science - Snow Line Experiment Worksheet & Booklet

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I set out a jar of “snow” (scraped frost build-up in our extra freezer). Along with the worksheet and three colored pens.

Parker marked the snow line and his water line prediction.

The next morning, he checked the water line and drew the actual line. Later, we talked about how air makes snow fluffier, causing the line to be higher.

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