Sonlight Level F (Week 21)


Memory Verse:

I created a Bible verse printable for John 10:7-18; however, I decided to have Parker memorize “If” by Rudyard Kipling.

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Parker traced the third stanza this week. On Thursday, he was able to recite the first, second and third stanza by heart.

Love Letters from God:

We continued reading Love Letters from God during our Bible time.

Parker and I took turns reading the Bible stories and love letters from God.

Parker continued drawing pictures to represent each story and writing down the key verses.


The Middle East:

We started our study of the Middle East this week. I printed a copy of our Countries of the Middle East for Parker to complete.

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Parker color-coded the countries of the Middle East while I read aloud.



This week we read a couple of Valentine books and others that complimented the story we’re studying, The Love Letter.

Comparison Report:

We wrapped up our research as we read about rabbits.

Parker organized his research and he began building his outline.


Food & Nutrition:

This week we caught up on the experiments from our Food and Nutrition for Every Kid.

Ch 2 – Sweeter?:

I drew a taste-test worksheet in Parker’s science notebook. I drew an unripe and ripe banana, so he could color the sweeter of the two.

Following the directions in the book, Parker taste-tested the ripe banana, rinsed, and taste-tested the unripe banana. He clearly tasted the difference and colored the ripe banana on his notebook. Afterwards, we discussed how the banana chemically changes as it ripens.

Ch 3 – See Through:

I created another worksheet in Parker’s science notebook, so he could record the results of this experiment.

Following the book, Parker and I cut out paper-bag squares and labeled them.

I brought out our test ingredients and Parker rubbed the samples on each labeled square.

We set them aside to dry.

Parker held each sample up to the light and marked whether or not there was oil present.

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