Sonlight Level C (Week 34)

BIBLE:

Memory Verse:

I printed the next tracer worksheet in our Psalm 100 Bible Verse Printable.

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

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

On Wednesday, I cut his verse apart like a puzzle and he glued it together in his Bible notebook while listening to the Sing the Word track. On Thursday, he recited Psalm 100:1-3 by heart.

SOCIAL STUDIES:

American Landmarks:

I set out our Target dollar bin felt map along with our Supertoob USA landmark figures.

LANGUAGE ARTS:

I created a Growing a Garden Grammar Grab Bag #34 (GGB).

Growing a Garden 2nd Grade Grammar Grab Bag #34

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Spelling:

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

First, I asked Parker to read this week’s spelling rule. Then I read a spelling word aloud and he used the letter tiles to spell it out on the mat (in GGB).

Next, I read each spelling word and he told me the letter combination. He glued them under the correct letter combination on his worksheet.

Lastly, he used his spelling cards to practice writing his spelling list on his worksheet (in GGB).

On Tuesday, he pulled out his spelling cards and used them to complete his Fun Facts Spelling worksheet (in GGB).

Helping Verbs:

We reviewed helping verbs during his grammar lesson.

Afterwards, he completed his Grammar Garden Helping Verbs worksheet (in GGB).

Gladys Alward:

This week we finished reading Gladys Alward, which was bittersweet. It’s one of our favorite missionary stories.

At the end of the week, we ordered Chinese food in honor of Gladys and her missionary work in China.

SCIENCE:

Construction Vehicles:

Since we were learning about construction this week, I brought out the boys construction vehicles we bought during our Mike Mulligan FIAR unit.

They had fun using them in our sensory sandbox outside. The weather has been SO beautiful lately! Thank God for the great outdoors during this “shelter in place” mandate.

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