Sonlight Level D (Week 29)


Bible Verse:

I created a Bible verse tracer pack for the boys.

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On Monday, the boys traced their Bible verse.

On Wednesday, I cut apart their verses and they glued them in their notebooks like puzzles.


This week we were learning about the Apache tribe.

Parker marked all the Apache states.


5th Grade:

Grammar Ace:

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

3rd Grade:

Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a Hoppy Easter Grammar Grab Bag for this week’s language arts activities

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I set out Parker’s spelling cards, letter tiles, and spelling mat (in GGB).

First, Parker built spelling words.

Afterwards, he completed his prefix, suffix, and base-word worksheet (in GGB).

Coordinating Conjunctions:

Parker and I reviewed coordinating conjunctions together. I printed his worksheets (in GGB) and set the. Out with dot paints.

Parker colored all the coordinating conjunctions on his worksheet.

He rewrote the sentences using coordinating conjunctions.


April Calendar Work:

I printed copies of our calendar worksheets for the kids to fill out

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The boys added the calendar dates, holidays, and other events.


TOPS – Corn & Beans:

Leaf Rubbings:

Parker made leaf rubbings from his bean and corn plants.

Deli Tub Mass:

Parker weighed and recorded the mass of the corn and bean throughout the week.


Earth Day:

In honor of Earth Day, we did a fun candy weathering and erosion experiment.

I set out supplies for each kid to use. I printed our Earth Science poster and recording sheets (

We started our experiment by reviewing Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition. Then we demonstrated various forms of erosion.

Wind Erosion:

We simulated wind erosion by blowing our peanut butter powder landform through a straw.

Chemical Erosion:

We placed chocolate snd skittles in vinegar and slowly dissolved the outer coating. You can see the ”s” floating.

Water Erosion – Waves:

We placed skittles in water and swirled it around to simulate waves. We saw how the “waves” wore down the layers on our candy.

Physical Weathering:

We placed sugar cubes in a container with rocks to simulate how physical weathering wears down rocks and land formations.

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