Sonlight Level D (Week 31)


Memory Verse:

I created a Bible verse tracer pack for Psalm 42.

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The boys traced their verse on Monday. On Wednesday, they cut and pasted their verse in their Bible notebook.


5th Grade:

This week we reviewed contractions as well as homophones, homographs, and homonyms.

3rd Grade:

I made a honey bear themed Grammar Grab bag (GGB) for this week’s language arts activities.

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I set out his spelling cards, letter tiles, and mat (in GGB).

First, hd practiced building a random spelling word.

Next he practiced spelling his words by completing the Busy Bee Scavenger Hunt worksheet.

On Tuesday, he completed his spelling word search puzzle.

Antonyms & Synonyms:

I set out his Bee My Honey Antonym and Synonym cards with the sorting map (in GGB).

Parker read through the cards, sorting them on the mat.

Afterwards, he used his dot paints to complete his worksheet.


I added more garden related books to our reading shelf.

This week we read several different books about planting.


Since we finished our TOPs early, Parker joined Bub on his FIAR science units.


First, we read Dirt and a brought out the layers, or horizons, of soil flip chart we used during our time studying Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel.

I gave the boys a Parts of the Soil worksheet from our The Wild Horses of Sweetbriar Story Review.

Afterwards, we made an edible layers of the soil dessert. This was a BIG HIT! Who could turn down chocolatey-goodness?


Plant Lifecycles:

We read From Seed to Daisy and the boys completed a lifecycle worksheet from our FIAR Story Review pack.

The boys colored, cut, and pasted their worksheets.

Planting Daisies:

I set out trays with clear cups, soil pellets, seeds, and our Growing Daisies worksheet.

Afterwards, the boys planted daisy seeds in a cup to observe over the next few weeks.

Just For Fun:

May the Fourth:

We’re BIG Star Wars fans, so we HAD to celebrate May 4th, all day! We started our day with blue bantha pancake muffins and Grogu green-steamers!

I printed our Star Wars Crack-the-Code worksheets, placemats, and other worksheets (TiffanyCo).

They cracked their secret codes while enjoying their galactic meal.

For some exercise, the boys played their Jedi game on Kinect.

Bub continued the celebration by whipping up a delicious loaf of blue bantha bread.

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