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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 C

September 14th, 2012 by Aubri


Virtue and Vocabulary: Contentment – “But godliness with contentment is great gain.” Timothy 6:6


Letter C writing and craft

Watch Chrysanthemum

Practice writing “C” words

 It’s funny how Lily can now write many letters without seeing them first. I’m amazed at how littles learn these things. I’ve noticed she writes some of her letters backwards, but I’m not saying anything to her about that right now. She actually corrected her “s” all by herself.

Bake Chocolate Chip Scones! Mmmm. I really can’t get enough of these right now.

Saint: John Chrysostom


Read about Chrysostom HERE

Coloring page and Golden Mouth face craft which was totally corny but was fun to let Lily draw a face.

Collect food for a food pantry (I forgot to do this, but want to in the future)

Celebrate St. Chrysostom’s Feast Day on Sept. 13 in some churches or January 27th in others.

Painting Chopin like a real artist.

 Composer: Frederic Chopin


Read about Chopin HERE

Coloring Page HERE

Listen to Chopin

Instrument: the Cello


Listen to a Cello and Bach’s Cello Suite

Artist: Mary Cassatt


Read about Cassatt HERE

Look at her art work, discuss and Paint some of her works HERE, HERE, and HERE. And THIS PAGE has a lot of art to color!


One Response to “Learning Basket: Letter C”

  1. grandmere says:

    What a fun day, the letter “C” is one of my favorites! 😉
    The story about Crysanthemum is so cute; I thought it was funny that she liked macaroni and cheese with ketchup!