Sonlight Level C (Week 32)


Memory Bible:

I created a Bible Memory Verse Tracer for Psalm 100:1-5.

Memory Verse Tracer Page (Psalm 100:1-5)

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On Monday, Parker traced his Bible verse. On Tuesday, he illustrated his verse while listening to his Sing the Word track.

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


Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a Honey Bear Grammar Grab Bag (GGB) for this week’s grammar activities.

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I added his spelling cards, letter tiles, spelling mat, and practice worksheet (in GGB) in his red Monday folder.

I said the word aloud and he spelled it with the letter tiles.

Afterwards, he used his cards to write all his spelling words.

On Tuesday, Parker used his spelling cards to complete his Fun Facts spelling worksheet (in GGB).


Jordan was learning about hospitality this week, so I decided to make this the subject of our creative writing assignment.

First, we read Mary and Martha’s Dinner Guest together and I gave the boys a place setting printable (bubhub).

First, they colored their placemats. Next, I cut them apart and set them aside while we worked on the rest of our daily activities.

The boys watched “how to set the table” on our The Bee Tree playlist.

I added a place setting tray on our Learning Lane. The boys each took turns “setting the table” from memory. They both remembered that the knife must be “turned in” towards the plate. Great job boys!

Afterwards, I had them “set the table” by glueing their table setting pieces on colored construction paper.

Afterwards, we used foam letters to spell “hospitality” at the top.

Parker then created his “how to set the table” list for creative writing. This week Bible, art, and creative writing joined hands to make a wonderful “hospitality” thematic day!

Frog & Toad:

I thought it would be fun to decorate our little felt tree after Parker read Christmas Eve.

Parks built the tree and added the trimmings.

What a wonderful and fun way to finish Frog and Toad all Year.



We read If You Were a Polygon (Math Fun) together and I brought out our wood shapes.

The boys tried to figure out how many different ways they could create a hexagon (

Afterwards, Parker and I played a 3D shape matching game. I called out a shape and Parker covered it with a gem.


Race Cars:

The boys took turns building the race track.

I brought out the boy’s Magic Tracks their grandma brought them. It’s funny how a simple and related activity could add life to our homeschool day.

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