Adventures in My Father’s World

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Adventures in My Father’s World Second Edition A one-year program for 2 nd or 3 rd graders Marie Hazell, M.A.
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© Copyright 2005 Marie Hazell Printed in the United States of America. All rights reserved for all countries. No part of this book may be reproduced by any means without the written permission of the author. However, you may make copies of the “Alternate Pictures for Jesus Poster” in the Appendix for your own family or classroom only. In addition, if you do not sell, give, or loan the original Teacher’s Manual or any copies at any time, then we grant limited permission to photocopy the weekly lesson plan charts (but not the weekly Notes pages) for your personal record keeping and/or state recording requirements. Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION. Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984 International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan Bible Publishers. Maps © 2004, 2006 Geography Matters Rosetta Stone ® is a registered trademark of Rosetta Stone Ltd. Singapore Math ® is a registered trademark of SingaporeMath.com Inc. Published by My Father’s World ® PO Box 2140, Rolla, MO 65402 (573) 426-4600 info@mfwbooks.com www.mfwbooks.com Revised February 2012
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Adventures in My Father’s World Table of Contents Bible Week 1 Names Week 2 Jesus Week 3 Jesus Week 4 Light of the World Week 5 Light of the World Week 6 Bread of Life Week 7 Bread of Life Week 8 Rock Week 9 Rock Week 10 Giver of Living Water Week 11 Giver of Living Water Week 12 Birds Thanksgiving Week Giving Thanks Week 14 The Way U.S. History & Geography Pledge of Allegiance, Map Overview, Leif Ericsson Christopher Columbus Jamestown Native Americans Mayflower and Pilgrims New Netherland (New York) Pioneers in Michigan Benjamin Franklin George Washington The Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson, The Revolutionary War President Washington Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia Thanksgiving Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina Science Overview of Science Introduction to Science Experiments Air Universe, Stars Stars Bread Bread Composition of the Earth Seasons Water Water Birds Pumpkins Birds
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Week 15 The Way Week 16 Immanuel Week 17 Immanuel Week 18 Lamb of God Week 19 Lamb of God Week 20 The Vine Week 21 The Vine Week 22 Head of the Body Week 23 Head of the Body Week 24 Lord of Lords and King of Kings Week 25 Lord of Lords and King of Kings Week 26 Servant Week 27 Servant Week 28 The Good Shepherd Week 29 The Good Shepherd New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina Rhode Island, Vermont, Daniel Boone The Wilderness Road, Kentucky Eli Whitney, Tennessee Pioneers on the Ohio River, Ohio Louisiana Purchase, Louisiana, War of 1812, The Star-Spangled Banner Robert Fulton, Indiana, Mississippi Illinois, Alabama, Going West by Wagon Train Maine, Missouri, Arkansas, Michigan Samuel Morse and the Telegraph, Florida, Texas Iowa, Wisconsin, Gold in California Birds Weather Weather Living Things Animals Plants Plants Human Body Human Body Human Body Atoms and Molecules Santa Fe Trail, Oregon Trail, California Trail, California Minnesota, Oregon, Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln Kansas, West Virginia, Nevada, Nebraska Solids, Liquids, Gases Solids, Liquids, Gases Energy Magnets
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Week 30 The Resurrection and the Life Week 31 The Resurrection and the Life Week 32 The Word Week 33 The Word Week 34 Alpha and Omega Transcontinental Railroad, Colorado Magnets Pioneers on the Plains, North Dakota, South Dakota Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming Utah, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, Thomas Edison, Wright Brothers Alaska, Hawaii, Review Light, Color, Friction, Air Inventions, Sound Air Electricity, Computers
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Adventures in My Father’s World Basic Package includes: Teacher’s Manual Student Sheets (one per student) Bible/History NIrV Discoverer’s Bible for Young Readers The Story of the U.S. American Pioneers and Patriots Map of the U.S./World—placemat size (one per student) North American Indians Red, White, and Blue The Thanksgiving Story The Fourth of July Story Patriotic Songs of the U.S.A. (CD) First Encyclopedia of Science Science in the Kitchen Science with Air Birds, Nests, and Eggs Science Deluxe Package includes the above books plus: Read-Aloud Squanto, Friend of the Pilgrims The Courage of Sarah Noble On the Banks of Plum Creek Sarah Whitcher’s Story In Grandma’s Attic Mountain Born Farmer Boy I Can Do All Things Introduction to Tchaikovsky and the Nutcracker Suite Fun with Magnets Soda Bottle Bird Feeder Art and Music Science
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Overview Adventures in My Father’s World is an optional year that follows My Father’s World First Grade. It is designed for second or third graders, but five- and six-year-olds may join in many of the activities. Adventures in My Father’s World is ideal for: a second or third grader who is the oldest or only child in the family. a second or third grader who does not have older brothers and sisters in the Five-Year Cycle (Exploring Countries and Cultures, Creation to the Greeks, etc.). an advanced six-year-old child who has already completed a full phonics program and is reading and writing well. If a second or third grader has older brothers or sisters in the Five-Year Cycle (Exploring Countries and Cultures, Creation to the Greeks, etc.), he should skip Adventures in My Father’s World and go directly into his siblings’ program. This allows parents to teach just one program to their children. Adventures in My Father’s World is a complete curriculum for Bible, science, U.S. history and geography, art, and music. Some language arts skills are developed informally in the program. You will need to add math and language arts at the appropriate grade level. Bible Learn how wonderful Jesus is as you study about the Bread of Life, the Lamb of God, the Good Shepherd, the Rock, and more. Participate in discussions and related hands-on activities from the teacher’s manual. Learn memory verses for each key concept. Children are enthusiastic as they read the Bible for themselves using the NIrV Discoverer’s Bible for Young Readers. This Bible, based on the NIV and adapted for beginning readers, is written on a beginning third- grade reading level and uses large 12-point type. History/Geography Introduce U.S. history with a number of interesting books, all fully scheduled in the teacher’s manual. Study key figures such as Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, and many others. Learn how faith in God played an important part in the development of the United States. The Story of the U.S. provides the framework for the history topics. American Pioneers and Patriots provides a fascinating look at the lives of boys and girls in early America. Other books provide additional information. Libraries have a wealth of books about U.S. history that will add to your learning. Learn about patriotic symbols such as the U.S. flag, the Pledge of Allegiance, the Statue of Liberty, and the Liberty Bell. Introduce U. S. geography with a brief trip through all 50 states, taking a day for each state, and enjoy related hands-on projects. Integrate history and geography with art, composition, and handwriting as you make a United States Notebook for the year’s history and geography topics. Hands-on projects reinforce learning. Science Explore the fascinating world of science—stars, weather, plants, animals, atoms, energy, gravity, friction, sound, computers, and much more. Enjoy beautiful full-color pictures and interesting information in First Encyclopedia of Science. Science With Air and Science in the Kitchen provide additional information and many hands-on activities to help children really learn. Fun with Magnets, included in the Deluxe Package, is an optional but recommended
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resource used in Weeks 29-30. Library books will be a helpful addition to round out your science program. Art and Music Enjoy hands-on projects related to history, geography, and Bible. Develop a variety of art skills with lessons that introduce drawing, as well as colored pencils, colored markers, and beginning painting, using I Can Do All Things (in the Deluxe Package). This complete art program for ages 6 and up has over 200 pages of wonderful, easy-to-teach art lessons. The book becomes a portfolio as the student does his work right on the heavy-duty pages of this great book. You may photocopy the entire book for additional children in your family. The book also includes one free set of “Paint and Marker Cards” which are printed on thick card stock suitable for painting and markers. You have permission to photocopy them, but copying onto cardstock may be difficult or expensive, so you may want to purchase an extra set(s) for additional children. Purchase art supplies as needed locally. Learn patriotic songs using Patriotic Songs of the U.S.A. Enjoy music from three of Tchaikovsky’s ballets—The Nutcracker Suite, Swan Lake, and Sleeping Beauty (with resources in the Deluxe Package). Language Arts and Math Adventures in My Father’s World is designed for second or third graders, but five- and six-year-olds may join in any of the activities. You will need to add appropriate reading instruction/language arts and math for each age: Kindergarten: Complete the reading portion of My Father’s World from A to Z, as well as the calendar/math activities. The Activities section of kindergarten may be omitted or you may choose to do some of the activities as time allows. First Grade: Complete the reading and math portions of My Father’s World First Grade. The other sections (Bible, science, hands-on activities, etc.) may be omitted or you may do some activities as time allows. Second Grade: Add math; we recommend Singapore Math ® Primary Mathematics. Add Primary Language Lessons and Spelling by Sound and Structure. However, if your child is not reading well, and has not completed a thorough phonics course, then we recommend the complete phonics program in My Father’s World First Grade. Third Grade: Add Primary Language Lessons, Spelling Power, Cursive Connections, and math. We recommend Singapore Math ® Primary Mathematics. Foreign Language—Optional Rosetta Stone ® is recommended. Read Aloud A number of read-aloud books are included in the Basic and Deluxe Packages. An extensive list of suggested library books is provided in the Appendix.
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Week 11 Jesus the Giver of Living Water President Washington Water Memory Verse John 7:37 (see notes) Bible Jesus the Giver of Living Water (see notes) Spelling Memory Verse John 7:37 Bible (see notes) Memory Verse John 7:37 Bible (see notes) Memory Verse John 7:37 Bible (see notes) Spelling Spelling Spelling English English English Dictation American Pioneers and Patriots p68 (this as a review of history lessons so far) p69-71 Nathan’s Horse American Pioneers and Patriots p72-74 The President American Pioneers and Patriots p75-76 The Ride Home p78 Questions (Things to Do is not assigned) Notebook George Washington** (see notes) Book Basket Patriotic Songs of the U.S.A. #3 Yankee Doodle; Yankee Doodle Dandy American Pioneers and Patriots p77 How People Used Open Fires Activity—Make Johnny Cakes (see notes) Book Basket Patriotic Songs of the U.S.A. #3 Yankee Doodle; Yankee Doodle Dandy (see notes) Book Basket Book Basket Math Science in the Kitchen p8 Wet and dry Math Math Science in the Kitchen p9 and p22 Math Math Reading Reading Reading Reading Reading I Can Do All Things Beginning Painting (see notes) Foreign Language Music Nutcracker Highlights** (see notes) Foreign Language I Can Do All Things Beginning Painting (see notes) Foreign Language I Can Do All Things Beginning Painting p141+ Foreign Language Nature Walk Read-aloud Sarah Whitcher’s Story p81-92 (see notes) Read-aloud Sarah Whitcher’s Story p93-95 Read-aloud (see notes) Read-aloud
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Week 11 Notes Materials dried peas (or beans) to fill a small container, 4 sugar cubes (T) jar of apple butter and one cup of cornmeal (TH) cucumber, 2 slices of bread, 2 small plastic bags for the bread (TH) Monday Memory Verse …“If anyone is thirsty, let him come to me and drink.” John 7:37 Bible “Do you remember how God gave his people manna (bread) in the desert? Of course they also needed water. But, you know, they didn’t learn their lesson. Instead of praying and asking God, they started to complain again. God still was good to them. He found a very unusual way to give them water.” Read Exodus 17:1-6 (page 110). “How did God provide water?” “This was just regular water, so after awhile the people in the desert got thirsty again. But it was an example to us of how Jesus, our Rock, wants to give our spirit living water so that our spirit won’t be thirsty.” “If you read John 7:37-39 (page 1728) you will discover more about what this living water is.” [Holy Spirit] Patriotic Songs of the U.S.A.— Yankee Doodle/Yankee Doodle Dandy Read the following about the history of Yankee Doodle Dandy: George M. Cohan wrote the words and music for You’re A Grand Old Flag and Yankee Doodle Dandy. When he was young George and his sister joined their parents’ traveling singing group known as “The Four Cohans.” He began to write songs and vaudeville sketches as a teen-ager. Cohan became a leading figure in the American theater during the early 1900s. He wrote more than 40 plays and musicals; and he produced, directed, and starred in most of them. His shows were noted for their high spirits, dazzling showmanship, and distinctive American flavor. Used by permission of Twin Sisters I Can Do All Things Read aloud pages 141-145. This section has much useful information, so review it as needed. Do Lesson #101, pages 146-147. Do just the first part of the lesson, which uses colored pencils. Stop before “Take out Paint Card #1.” Plan to finish the next time you work in this section of your book. Read-Aloud—Sarah Whitcher’s Story The song sung in this chapter, the Doxology, has been sung for more than three hundred years. It was written in 1673. Here are the words. If you know this hymn, you can sing it now. If you do not yet know this beautiful song, then you can find it in most hymnals or listen to it online by doing an Internet search. Perhaps someone at your church knows it and would teach it to you. The tune is called Old Hundredth because it was first sung to words based on Psalm 100, All people that on earth do dwell….
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