Sonlight Level C (Week 28)


Memory Verse:

I printed the next tracer page of our Bible Verse Pack.

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

On Tuesday, he illustrated his verse while listening to the track.

On Wednesday, we cut his verse apart and he glued it in his Bible notebook.



I printed the March pages from our Months of the Year Calendar Book.

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The boys colored, numbered the days on their calendar, and answered the questions to the March close-reading text.

Math Lapbook:

We continued working on Parker’s math lapbook with some measurement pages.

I decided to use our Usborne Lift-The-Flap Measuring Things as a reference guide for measurements.

Measuring Length:

We added our Measure-Me-Math Measuring Length lapbook insert.

Measure-Me-Math Lapbook - Measuring Length

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Parker added measurement abbreviations and conversions.

Capacity & Volume:

I printed our Measure-Me-Math From Cups to Gallons insert.

Measure-Me-Math Lapbook - From Cups to Gallons Inserts

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Next, we added a Volume page to his Math lapbook. I cut out various shapes, representing ounces, cups, pints, quarts, half-gallon, and gallon. We color coded them to match (i.e. ounces was written in pink, the image was pink, and later we color-coded our “ounces” pink in the lapbook insert).

Next, we added the details for each unit of measure (i.e. 1 half-gallon = 2 quarts, 4 pints, 8 cups, and 64 ounces).

We read the page about capacity and volume, watched a capacity clip, and Parker completed the conversion chart lapbook insert.



I gathered the items we needed to make our windmill.

Parker colored the paper with his dot paints while I taped the paperclip to the straw.

We followed the directions in the book. Truth be told, it took several modifications before we got it working.

If at first we don’t succeed, we keep trying! Sometimes our experiments are really teaching us perseverance!



Top of the Mornin’ to you!

I set out some St. Patrick’s Day books, sprinkled chocolate coins, and St. Patrick’s Day placemats (Views From a Step Stool).

I made green porridge with green grapes for breakfast.

The kids worked on their St. Patrick’s Day placemats.

Later in the day, we munched on Lucky Charms for a sweet treat.

I made a St. Patty’s Day cake to eat after dinner!

We ended our week with one last Lucky Leprechaun moment. I made green eggs, greenish fruits, and a slice of home-made bread, because THAT’S WHAT LEPRECHAUNS DO!!!

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