Week 6- S/Shin Toldot

This week things are going to go a bit different since I am working and my husband will be watching my Littles. This is very difficult for me as I love creating detailed lesson plans and do fun crafts with the Bugs. My work hours cause me to be able to only have a little time in the morning and an hour or so before supper and bedtime routine with my Littles.

Sooooo, here’s my new plan 😀  Let me know what you think!.

Bible Story: Toldot Genesis 25:19-28:9
Vs of week: Matt 6:33-34
Letter of Week: S/shin

Toldot:
Gen 25:19-28:9
6 S shin seek Matthew 6:33-34 Hashem
(The Sacred Name)
Deut 28:58
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
Morning Meeting Youtube Songs
Letter S Memory Song
Toldot Song
Torah Toons Toldot
Circle Time
Youtube Songs
Letter S Memory Song
Toldot Song
Torah Toons Toldot
Circle Time
Youtube Songs
Letter S Memory Song
Toldot Song
Torah Toons Toldot
Circle Time
Youtube Songs
Letter S Memory Song
Toldot Song
Torah Toons Toldot
Circle Time
Youtube Songs
Letter S Memory Song
Toldot Song
Torah Toons Toldot
Circle Time
Read Torah Gen 25:19-34
Listen in Hebrew
Gen 26
Listen in Hebrew
Gen 27:1-29
Listen in Hebrew
Gen 27:30-47
Listen in Hebrew
Gen 28:48-28:9
Listen in Hebrew 

Another option is to check out the Torah trainer.

torahtrainerThis is a very useful tool especially if you have the time. I may have my hubby do this with the Bugs because then he too can read and listen/learn hebrew. We’ll see how that goes 😛

Now that my mornings are a bit shorter with my Littles, I’ve left the youtube songs and videos for my hubby to do. I will now do Circle Time with the Bugs in the morning while we eat breakfast. You can read more about that here.

While I am gone, I’ve made 5 bins that have independent activities and file folders that will be rotated throughout the week. These bins include the subjects of Literacy, Language Arts, Math, and Social Science. I will have to incorporate the art and science activities when I am home because it involves a bit more guided instruction. I have links to each of the bins and will slowly be compiling more, so be sure to check back weekly.

This week I will be including the following activities:

Literacy & Language Arts

  • Sight words we will be learning this week are  See and Said which are pages 30 & 31 of this downloadable

Sight Word Practice PRE-PRIMER (Trace it. Write it. Build from Michelle Hudgeons. My oldest little can easily do these with minimal help from the hubs.

OMWshin1

beginning sounds free printables

  • And have you seen the plethora of FREE activities from the Measured Mom about beginning sounds! I will include as many of these as I can into their bins this week. Depends on how many I can get made 😀
  • Here I have the templates for our Sandpaper Salt letters that we have completed so far sandpaper-abc

icantraces

Math:

Social Science: We have been having a little trouble getting along which is Super for this week’s social studies lesson of saying I’m Sorry. I think that it will be good to discuss how Esau and Jacob are not very kind to each other as well and will need to say sorry. 🙂

I Say I'm Sorry Folder Story

  • This free download from File Folder Heaven will be perfect for the Bugs to work on  while I’m gone.

I am also going to be on the lookout for an old analog clock so I can make something like this –>Image result for afterschool clock

I’m hoping this will help my Littles (and hubby) with time telling but also let them know when a “center” or bin is done and time for clean up and the next activity…but I need to find a clock first 😛

Upon coming home, since I’ve decided to invest in freezer/crockpot meals (YAY!) I’ll have time to do some sort of quality time with my Littles. This is what I have planned for this week.

Art: I love crafting.

Jacob and Esau Soup Craft We have been practicing cutting techniques so I think this would be a great activity to do this week from Sunday School Crafts

Another craft we will probably do involves cutting and gluing like this picture I found on google.

Jacob and Esau Craft idea:

And if I can find time, we’ll do a healthier version of this snack 🙂

Image result for seek god snack

I want to stress to the Bugs that we need to SEEK Yahweh in all that we do, just like Jacob did. Esau was merely a listener not a doer. By staying home, it’s likely that Jacob was able to learn first hand from his grandfather Abraham and learn and SEEK Yah’s ways. What an opportunity! May we always keep our eyes open for ways to get closer to our Creator!

Shalom 🙂

 

 

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