Sonlight Level C (Week 33)

BIBLE:

Bible Memory Verse:

I printed the next Bible verse tracer for Psalm 100.

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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 the Sing the Word track.

On Wednesday, we cut his verse apart and Parker glued it in his Bible lapbook.

LANGUAGE ARTS:

Grammar Grab Bag:

I created another Honey Bear themed Grab Bag #33 (GGB) for this week’s language arts activities.

Honey Bear 2nd Grade Grammar Grab Bag #33

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Spelling:

On Monday, I added the spelling cards, letter tiles, spelling mat, and categorizing worksheet to Parker’s (red) Monday folder.

I read one of his spelling words alive, and Parker spelled it out with the letter tiles and mat.

Then I read each spelling word and made Parker tell me if it was an “ou” or “ow” vowel combination.

MATH:

Shapes:

We continued to work on shapes this week. We added a “Shapes” section to his Math lapbook.

I cut out various shapes from colored construction paper. We glued them in his Math lapbook and he wrote the name for each shape.

We also brought out our Melissa and Doug wood shapes to see if we could make new shapes with the existing shapes.

Then we added a page of 3D shapes. We brought out our Learning Resources 3D shapes. Then we sketched and labeled each shape in our Math lapbook.

JUST FOR FUN:

Earth Day:

This Earth Day we celebrated as a family, starting with a creation-inspired breakfast.

We had the world, space, the sun, and a nod to the colors of creation on our plates. I printed a copy of our Creation Bible pack.

The Days of Creation Bible Pack

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I read aloud while the boys colored their Creation Bookmarks (PreschoolMom).

The kids and I headed outside to weed our garden.

The kids picked out and planted the seeds they wanted to grow in their garden boxes.

I read From Seed to Plant by Gail Gibbons while the kids ate a snack.

Afterwards, we picked flowers and dissected them to find the parts of the plant we read about.

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