Sonlight Level E (Week 34)


Memory Verse:

Since Hebrews 12 was on the schedule, I created a Bible verse printable for Hebrews 12.

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The boys continued to memorize their baseball poems.

Casey at the Bat:

Jordan continued to memorize Casey at the Bat.

I created a Casey at the Bat poem book for Jordan. You can download your FREE copy here at our TPT Store.

Casey’s Revenge:

Parker continued to memorize Casey’s Revenge.

I created a Casey’s Revenge Poetry Book for Parker. You can purchase your FREE copy here at our TPT Store.


Grammar Grab Bag:

I created a Growing a Garden for this week’s language arts activities.

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

First, Parker read this week’s spelling rule.

He thought of a word using this week’s rule and built it on his spelling mat.

Afterwards, we sorted his spelling words by vowel combination.

Lastly, he practiced writing his spelling words.

On Tuesday, Parker used his spelling cards to complete his spelling sentences.

Homophones & Homonyms:

I printed, cut-out, and prepared our Homophone & Homonym worksheets (in GGB).

First, we reviewed the difference between homophones and homonyms. Then Parker sorted through the stack of word cards.

Afterwards, he color-coded the coordinating Grammar Garden worksheet.

Grammar Ace:

The page layout was inspired by our FIAR book unit, Higgins Bend Song and Dance. Since we were studying potatoes, I created a planting potato themed layout.

I set out the elements for our “Planting Pronouns” page layout.

First, Parker added the title with our alphabet stickers.

Next, he matched the potato definitions with the correct “in a nutshell” terms. I also wrote some examples at the bottom of the page.

This week’s page layout was SPUDtacular!


I updated our reading shelf with books that tie into spring and our new Higgins Bend Song and Dance unit.

We read about dirt, growing potatoes, and fish. Our reading list tied into our FIAR Higgins Bend unit.



Parker and I worked through his “big bang” TOPs experiment. We tried several times, but our balloon wouldn’t pop. Finally, Daddy came to the rescue. He checked our connections and helped make sure our balloon pop!

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