Supplementing Sonlight Level B

Links for supplementing Sonlight Level B

These links complement Sonlight’s Level B package. Please note that these activities may not be intended for the same age-range that this particular Sonlight package is designed for. Also, many of the educational webpages I have found were put together by public school teachers, and are intended for classroom use, so they’ll need to be modified for homeschooling.

What kinds of resources do you find most helpful? I would love for you to leave me a comment at the bottom of the page letting me know!

 

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Intro to World History, Year 1 of 2

Bible

Leading Little Ones to God

History

Archaeologists Dig for Clues

Around the World with Kate and Mack

A Child’s History of the World

George Muller

The Great Wall of China

Tut’s Mummy Lost & Found

 The Usborne Time Traveler

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Rome

Wonderful Homes Around the World

Read-Alouds

Babe the Gallant Pig

Charlotte’s Web

Detectives in Togas

  • See listings for Ancient Rome under Time Traveler above.
  • Sequel: The Mystery of the Roman Ransom scheduled in Sonlight Core G.

Gooney Bird Greene

Greek Myths for Young Children

Happy Times in Noisy Village

Henry Huggins

Homer Price

Kildee House

Little Pear

Mountain Born

Mr. Popper’s Penguins

National Geographic Book of Animal Poems

Owls in the Family

Understood Betsy

The Year of the Baby

The Year of Miss Agnes

Grade 1 Readers

The Best Trick

A Big Ball of String

The Bravest Dog Ever

The Cat in the Hat

A Fly Went By

Green Eggs and Ham

I Can Read It!

Little Bear

One Fish, Two Fish…

Put Me in the Zoo

Supplemental Materials


Audio books are great to listen to in the car… or for favorite stories the kids love to hear over and over, long after Mom’s voice has given out.

I love Dover coloring and activity books! They include wonderful details and are historically accurate, and inexpensive! These are great to give the children something to do during Read-Aloud time.

More activity books and kits:

Supplemental Movies:

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What kinds of resources do you find most helpful? I would love for you to leave me a comment below letting me know!

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I look forward to reading your comments. Thanks for joining in the conversation! ~Karla

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