Sonlight Level D (Week 18)


Memory Verse:

I created a Bible verse pack for Proverbs 27:17.

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On Monday, the boys traced and illustrated their Bible verse.

On Wednesday, I cut apart the Bible verse like a puzzle and the boys glued them together in their Bible notebooks.


5th Grade:

Grammar Ace:

This week we reviewed phrases in Jordan’s Grammar Ace notebook.

Quotes & Attribution:

I created a Winter Fun – Quotes & Attribution worksheet.

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Bub added the quotation marks, added commas, and underlined the attribution.

3rd Grade:

Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a Winter Fun themed Grammar Grab Bag (GGB) for this week’s language arts activities.

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This week, we continued our lesson on short vowel and silent e root words and suffixes.

Using his letter tiles and spelling mat (in GGB), I asked parks to form a short vowel word then I had him add an -ing suffix.

Next, I had Parker spell a word with a silent e. Then we added a suffix, making any necessary changes (e.g. drop the silent e).

On Tuesday, Parker completed the spelling word search (in GGB).

Word Equations:

I set out our spelling cards, word equation cards, and mat (in GGB).

First, I read one of our spelling words aloud. He had to find the root word, a word change card (if applicable), the suffix card, and the new word.

This was a really fun way to review root words and suffixes.

After our lesson, he completed the word equations.

Capitals, Plurals, & -ing Endings:

We reviewed capitalization, plural endings, snd the -ing suffix.


Calendar Work:

I printed our February calendar sheets for the kids to complete.

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The boys added dates, holidays, and birthdays on their calendars.


Groundhog Day:

Tuesday was Groundhog Day, so I quickly whipped up some oatmeal, sprinkled some dirt (maple sugar), and placed Punxsutawney Phill (breakfast cookie) in the “dirt mound”. Voila!

Though food art is NOT my thing, the kids loved the thought!

I read Groundhog Day while they worked on their crossword puzzle.

They continued to work on their puzzle while I read from our Sonlight lessons.

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