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A Bundle of Myrrh

"My beloved is unto me as a bundle of myrrh." Song of Solomon 1:13

Learning Basket: Letter B

September 10th, 2012 by Aubri

This Week’s Virtue and Verse: Benevolent – ‚ÄúTherefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith.” Galatians 6:10

What is being Benevolent? What are some ways we can be Benevolent? Giving money to Jesus at church, giving some of our toys or clothing to other children, sharing.

Activity: Bake Blackberry Muffins

Reading: Letter B Books

Bears on Chairs

The Bunny Book

Boz Takes You to the Zoo

Fancy Nancy: Bonjour Butterfly

The Best Nest

 

 

This Week’s Saint: St. Boniface

Missionary and patron saint of Germany. Martyred.

Activity:

Discuss St. Boniface and Missionaries

¬†This Week’s Composer: Ludwig Van Beethoven

Activity:

Coloring page HERE

Listened to Ode to Joy and sang Hymn #477 “Alleluia Hearts to Heaven” from our Hymnal set to that tune.

This Week’s Instrument: Banjo

Activity:

We listened to Banjos HERE!

And we attempted THIS craft.

I quickly learned that these plates were not nearly as strong as they needed to be to hold the rubber bands, but we had fun with them while it lasted!


This week’s Artist: George Henry Boughton

Activity:

Looked at “Pilgrims Going to Church” and discuss.

Draw people using different shapes

 

2 Responses to “Learning Basket: Letter B”

  1. grandmere says:

    What a fun letter! Yay for Beethoven! I love the banjos!

  2. Leah Washburn says:

    I remember my 12th grade English teacher, Mrs. Weigand, because every time she said “B”, she would say, “B, as in boy, bat, bunny, boo!” And now I say the same crazy thing!