Sonlight Level F (Week 23)


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 memorized the poem completely and continued to smooth it out so he could present it next week.

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.



We wrapped up our study of Israel this week. I printed a copy of our All About Saudi Arabia report so Parker could start filling it out next.

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Saudi Arabia:

Parker started adding information about Saudi Arabia while I read aloud.



This week we read several books that tied into the story we’re currently studying, The Hickory Chair.

Comparison Report:

Parker asked two people to proof-read his comparison report and give him feedback. He did a great job, but I think he’s more than ready to move on.


Food & Nutrition:

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

Ch 7 – Up & Down:

I created a science worksheet in Parker’s science notebook for this experiment.

We had just labeled the parts of a parsnip, so this was pretty close. I had him inspect the carrot whole and snapped in half, he labeled each part, and we reviewed the “why” section in the book.


Movie Night:

My husband and I took our kids to see Jesus Revolution. Though it may not be suitable for all ages, we were fairly certain it would be okay for our kids.

I can’t say enough good things about this movie. We laughed, we cried, and we cheered! It was tremendously moving to see God work in the hearts of young and old alike. I’ve always loved Greg Laurie, but I never knew his backstory. He was a part of that Hippie generation looking for truth in all the wrong places. It was exciting to see how God used “flawed” people, as aGreg Laurie recalls, to carry His message of salvation, forgiveness and love to a seeking generation.

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