This was our on-campus MAP testing week. Things were a bit topsy-turvy, but we managed to get through our assignments.
I printed verses 10-13 from our Psalm 103 printable.
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On Monday, the boys read Psalm 103:1-12 and traced the tenth verse.
On Tuesday, the boys read Psalm 103:1-12 twice and traced the eleventh and twelfth verse.
This week we studied Jesus appearing to his disciples on the beach.
I created a Fall on the Farm themed Grammar Grab Bag (GGB) for this week’s activities.
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I set out Parker’s spelling cards, letter tiles, mat and coordinating worksheets (in GGB).
First, we read our spelling rule and practiced building one of our words.
Afterward, Parker practiced writing his spelling words.
First, we reviewed syllables and where to break them.
I placed his Apple Syllables worksheet (in GGB) in a dry erase pocket. He used a dry erase marker to show where we break the syllable(s).
Afterwards, Parker used his dot paint to complete the Apple Syllables Read & Color worksheet (in GGB).
Pronouns & Antecedents:
For this activity, I set out Parker’s pronoun and antecedent cards and the coordinating worksheets (in GGB). First, Parker and I reviewed pronouns and the antecedents that they refer to.
We set out the apple nouns then I read the bushel pronouns aloud. Parker took the card and matched it to the correct noun, or antecedent.
Afterwards, Parker used red and green pens to mark the pronouns and their antecedents.
Lastly, Parker used his dot paints to mark singular and plural pronouns.
This week, Parker was learning about adjectives in his Grammar Ace program.
Since it’s apple season, I brought out The Apple Pie that Papa Baked. This is a wonderful picture book that beautifully illustrates the use of adjectives.
For extra appley goodness, I made apple Dutch babies for dinner. They made the house smell SO good and they tasted delicious!
Since we were still studying The Old Woman Who Named Things, I chose a puppy theme. I set out all the pieces.
Parker matched the “In a Nutshell” terms with the correct definition.
Parker named his puppy, “Barker”. I thought that was super cute!