Bible/character: A Child’s Book of Character Building. Read and discuss Dilligence in the Bible pg 41
Social Studies: Social Studies: Around the World. Australia. Highlights Top Secret Adventures. Read Guide to Australia pgs 28-31. Complete Mystery Map pg 22-23, Hidden Outback pg 24-25, and The Final Walkabout pg 26-27. Solve mystery!
Reading: The Deep Blue Sea. Unit 1: Water Ways. Theme: Sand and Sea. Water Signs pg 26-29. Seaside pg 30. pg 31. Theme wrap-up verbally answer questions 1-2. Write: a story about what you might do or see in the water. What would you do first, next, and last, use some of the words from “water signs.”
Handwriting/Bible: Badge 12. Revelation 1:12 And I turned to see the voice that spake with me. And being turned, I saw seven golden candlesticks;
Activity: Copy, finish, and illustrate the following: See the leaves falling down – Red, yellow, orange, and __________.
Math: Test pg 46-48. 2 digit addition worksheet without regrouping.
Reading/Language: Possessives. Introduce ‘s in possessives. Teach difference between plural s and apostrophe s. Hold up familiar items and ask to whom it belongs. Write: The book belongs to dad. Explain the shorter way to show possession is Dad’s book.
Read Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel by Virginia Lee Burton
Language: Read poetry that does not include rhyming words. Note the use of alliteration (words beginning with the same sounds.)
Language: Read definition of poetry from dictionary. Draw conclusion that there is no set form for poetry. Discuss the many forms of poetry that you have read together. Rhyming verse is only one form. Poems often have a specific arrangement and rhythm of words (meter). A poem may be centered on a single object that is described using all the senses. It can be words written to create a picture. Letters in poetry may be arranged to create a certain feeling. Try to attempt to imitate styles of poetry.
Spelling: Take final spelling test.
|Shayla digging the black soil from the wetland|
|The rich, fertile soil from the wetland proved to be the best soil.|
Reading: The Deep Blue Sea. Unit 1: Water Ways. Theme: Something Silly. All of Our Noses Are Here pgs 32-45. Verbally answer Think it Over questions. Write: Another silly thing the Browns might do on an outing.
Handwriting/Bible: Revelation 1:13. And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle.
Math: Understanding Addition pg 49. Making Numbers pg 50. 2 digit addition worksheet without regrouping.
Math: Making 6 and 7 pg 51-54. 2 digit addition worksheet without regrouping.
4H/science: Let’s Explore the Outdoors. Stream studies. Pgs 17-19 . Our Second Trip – To a Field. Look for plants, animals, and birds. Pgs 13-16.
Bible/character: A Child’s Book of Character Building. Read and discuss Dilligence at School pg 45
Social Studies: Australia. Complete color sheets.
Reading: The Deep Blue Sea. Unit 1: Water Ways. Theme: Something Silly. Sea Frog, City Frog pgs 46-60. Verbally answer Think it over questions. Write: Draw a picture that shows what City Frog thought the sea looked like. Read about the illustrators pg 61
Activity: Draw a picture of yourself doing something you like.
Social Studies: Australia. Color the Australian flag.
Handwriting/Bible: Revelation 1:14 His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes were as a flame of fire;
Math: Making 8 pgs 55-58. 2 digit addition worksheet without regrouping.
Place Value. Review building numbers using popsicle sticks
Activity: Fold paper into fourths. Write the name of 4 objects in the room and make a picture of each.
Reading/language: Reread Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel. Discuss the main idea or message of the story. Draw a picture of Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel.
Spelling: Pretest: free, drive, grass, train, prize, cross, frog, grade. Review r-blends.
Reading: The Deep Blue Sea. Unit 1: Water Ways. Theme: Going Fishing. Punky Goes Fishing pg 66-79. Verbally answer Think it Over questions. Write: Pretend you are Punky. Write a letter to your family telling them about your fishing trip.
Handwriting/Bible: Revelation 1:15 And his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters.
Math: Making 9 pg 59-62.