Sonlight Level E (Week 9)


Memory Verse:

I created a Bible tracer pack for this week’s memory verse assignment.

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The boys traced their verses on Monday and practiced them all week. They recited them on Thursday.


Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a Fall on the Farm themed grammar grab bag (GGB) for this week’s language arts activities.

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

After reading our spelling rule, Parker thought of his own word ending in “le” and built it on the spelling mat.

Parker used his spelling cards to practice writing this week’s spelling words.


This week, I cut out Parker syllable word cards (in GGB) and presented them with scissors.

Based on our spelling rules, Parker sliced each word at the correct syllable break.

Afterwards, Parker used his dot paints to mark the vowel sound as short or long.

Verb Tense:

After reading The Falling Leaves and the Scarecrow, Parker completed his verb tense worksheet.

Grammar Ace:

This week, Parker was learning about numbers and subject-verb agreement.

I created a pumpkin-themed notebook insert since we were studying The Pumpkin Runner.

Parker added the title then matched the “in a nutshell” terms to their corresponding definitions. Afterwards, he set up the example number statements.

This farm-themed page turned out really cute!


Parker and I continued to read books from our fall themed shelf.


Snowflake Art:

Since we were learning about snowflake crystals, we did a fun snowflake craft.

I brought out the FIAR snowflake template from our Snowflake Bentley unit.

Using card stock, we traced and cut out a snowflake.

First, Parker painted the snowflake with dot paints.

Afterwards, he added glitter glue and embelished with gems.

After he finished, we set it aside to dry.

After it dried, we hung it up on the classroom door. It looked so pretty!


The boys took turns using the compass to create and record their mystery letters.

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