Supplementing Sonlight Level F

Supplementing Sonlight FThese links complement Sonlight’s Level F package. Please note that these links 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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Eastern Hemisphere

History

100 Gateway Cities

God’s Adventurer: Hudson Taylor

Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere

Living Water in the Desert

Mary Slessor: Forward into Calabar

Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes

Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?

William Carey: Obliged to Go

Read-Alouds

All the Small Poems

Beat the Story-Drum, Pum-Pum

Breaking Stalin’s Nose

Call It Courage

Cornelia and the Audacious Escapades of the Somerset Sisters

Daughter of the Mountains

  • online quiz
  • audiobook*
  • Also see listings for China under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

The Horse and His Boy

I Rode a Horse of Milk White Jade

  • See listings for China under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Journey to Jo’burg

The Land I Lost

  • student journal
  • Also see listings for Vietnam under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

A Long Walk to Water

The Master Puppeteer

  • activities
  • Also see listings for Japan under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Rickshaw Girl

Seven Daughters & Seven Sons

  • See listings for the Middle East under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Shadow Spinner

Teresa of Calcutta

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze

  • See listings for China under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Readers

Ali and the Golden Eagle

  • See listings for the Middle East under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Around the World in Eighty Days

The Big Wave

Born in the Year of Courage

  • See listings for Japan under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Burying the Sun

  • See listings for Russia under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

The Cat Who Went to Heaven

  • discussion guide
  • Also see listings for Japan under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

A Girl Named Disaster

  • activities
  • Also see listings for Africa under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Habibi

  • audiobook*
  • Also see listings for Israel under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

House of Sixty Fathers

  • See listings for China under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Just So Stories

  • audiobook (free recording in the public domain)

King of the Wind

The Kite Fighters

  • study guide
  • audiobook*
  • Also see listings for Korea under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Li Lun, Lad of Courage

  • See listings for China under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Listening for Lions

Mission to Cathay

  • See listings for China under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

A Moment Comes

  • See listings for India under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Red Sand, Blue Sky

  • See listings for Australia under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

The Turning

  • See listings for Russia under Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere above.

Water Sky

Supplementing for Younger Children

If you have younger children sitting in on Level F here are some titles from the lower levels of Sonlight that I found fit very well with our study of the Eastern Hemisphere:

From Pre-K:

  • The Gods Must Be Angry (Thailand)
  • New Toes for Tia (Thailand)
  • People (various countries)
  • Stories from Africa (Africa)
  • Lion Storyteller Bedtime Book (various countries)
  • Stories from Around the World (various countries)

From Level A:

  • Sonlight’s Create-a-Calendar (various countries)
  • The Good News Must Go Out (Africa)
  • Return of the White Book (Southeast Asia)
  • A Grain of Rice (China)

From Level B:

  • Around the World with Kate and Mack (various countries)
  • Catching Their Talk in a Box (various countries)
  • The Great Wall of China (China)
  • Wonderful Houses Around the World (various countries)
  • Little Pear (China)
  • Mr. Popper’s Penguins (Antarctica)
  • The Year of the Baby (China)

From Level C:

  • Gladys Aylward (China)
  • Peter the Great (Russia)
  • Window on the World (various countries)
  • With Two Hands (Africa)
  • And the Word Came with Power (Philippines)

Grade 3 and 4-5 Readers:

  • Marco Polo (China)
  • A Question of Yams (Papua New Guinea)

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

 

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

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