Week #3 Joseph
To integrate Science this week, read and research about animal husbandry and domesticated animals. Learn about famine and how its effects on this industry. Don't forget to write interesting facts about your reading in the Science section of your notebook.
To integrate History this week, read and research about Family Trees and make one of your own. Or, read a biography about an interesting family.
Don't forget about Math and playing outside today!
Week #3 Joseph
Genesis Chapter 37, 39, 41-45. You child can read the story here.
Use the Verse of the Week for Bible, Handwriting, Spelling, and Grammar.
Verse of the Week: Genesis 50:20 You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good. He brought me to this position so I could save the lives of many people.
Bible: Talk about the verse...
People do bad things. What are some bad things Joseph’s family did?
God plans good all along. What is the good that came from Joseph’s troubles?
God puts us where we belong. How did things constantly go well for Joseph?
Read Romans 8:28. How is this true for Joseph? How is this true for YOU?
Handwriting: Write one phrase at a time per day to complete the verse by the end of the week.
Spelling List: harm, good, could, people, many (note: good and could rhyme, but not spelled the same)
Spelling Activities: See last week.
Grammar: You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good.
Every sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period. Identify the first word and the ending punctuation. The period indicates this sentence is just a statement of information -- also known as a Declarative Sentence.
Capitalize Proper Nouns. Identify the proper noun (the name = God).
This sentence is actually two sentences combined; it is a Compound Sentence. The comma (,) and the word but is one way to combine two complete sentences together. "But" is used as a conjunction in this sentence.
Who is the this sentence about in the first clause? Who is this sentence about in the second clause? Since this is a compound sentence, there is also a compound subject.
How should brothers treat one another?
What is surprising to you about the story of Joseph?
What is your favorite part about Joseph’s story?
Recognize Art, Poetry, and Music. (Psalm 45:1 Beautiful words stir my heart...)
Art: Joseph’s Bloody Coat by Velázquez
Music: Faith of our Fathers by Frederick Faber
Poem: God’s Wheel by Shel Silverstein