I created a Bible verse printable for Proverbs 6:6-11.
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This week Parker started memorizing the tenth and eleventh verses. On Monday, he traced his verses on Tuesday we added them in his Bible notebook, and by the end of the week he was able to he recite all six verses from memory.
Full Armor of God:
I’ve really enjoyed reading Tony Evan’s A Kid’s Guide to the Armor of God. This week, we continued our study of the armor of God.
We continued reading about the shield of faith.
Parker continued mapping out the facts as I read about the pieces of armor.
The Middle East:
This week, we wrapped up our study of The Middle East and started our study of Africa. I printed copies of the dessert worksheets.
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Parker colored, cut and pasted them while I read about the desert and wrapped up the last few stories from Living Water in the Desert.
I printed the All About Africa World Report from our growing bundle.
Parker started adding information about Africa while I read aloud.
This week we continued studying, The Tree Lady. Many of the books we read were relevant to our history and book study.
We read about California, dessert habitats, microscopes and Katherine Sessions.
Food & Nutrition:
This week we continued catching up on the experiments from our Food and Nutrition for Every Kid.
Ch 11 – Foamy:
I created a “Foamy” worksheet in Parker’s science notebook so he could record the experiment data.
As he followed the instructions in the book, he noticed the oil sat at the top of the bowl.
After vigorously mixing the oil and water, the bubbles became smaller and seemed to incorporate. After less than a minute, the oil started collecting at the top again.
Then he added the soap and immediately you saw the oil move…interesting. Next, he mixed the components vigorously and saw the bubbles begin to foam.
After letting our mixtures sit, you could visually see how the soap broke apart the globules of oil in Bowl B. Afterwards, Parker and I reviewed the “why” and he recorded the information in his notebook.
Ch 12 – Sweeter:
I created a “Sweeter” worksheet in Parker’s science notebook for this experiment.
Parker gathered his supplies and marked the cups for this experiment.
Parker added the sugar to his cup, we placed it in the freezer and waited 30 minutes. Afterwards, we brought it out then he added sugar to the warm water cup.
Parker immediately noticed a taste difference between the cold and warm sugared water. We read the “why” of this experiment and he recorded his findings in his science notebook.