Highlights of this week’s events:
Shekinah: There are different ways to learn salvation. One of them is the ABC’s of salvation – Accept, Believe, and Confess.
A.J.: I learned how to multiply 2-digit and 3-digit numbers. His advice? Be sure to put your “0” where you need it.
Kaidnce: Enjoyed the Bible drill this week. Saints had to locate the referenced Bible verse, read it aloud, and identify key words in God’s message. The Faithfulness girls won this activity!
Jacob: Learned how to do lattice multiplication. He says it’s a weird way to multiply!
Evan: Enjoyed learning about compound words through a game of Concentration! This was a way to enhance this week’s spelling words. Amanni was the winner of this activity. She had quite a keen memory for individual base words and how they fit together to form a compound word.
Eyn: Learned about the word “confess.” Eyn says that if you confess to God, He’ll forgive you and take away your sins.
Amanni: Learned how to multiply with larger digits, such as 14,000 X 800.
Yes, we have covered quite a range of multiplication over the past several weeks! Saints are winding down their practice work! The math test for ACO 4.4 will be given on Tuesday, November 25. (Estimating products, solving for actual products, and solving word problems by using multiplication.)
In Bible, our lessons have catered to how to receive salvation. We’ve done this through the three R’s of salvation: Realize, Recognize, and Receive; the ABC’s of salvation: Accept, Believe, and Confess; and God’s message of salvation in the New Testament: Believe, Repent, and Confess. This week’s Bible verse is Philippians 2:10-11. Can you help your saint determine the key words in God’s message from these verses?
We did a little dissecting in class on Monday. Students took a flower apart and used magnifying glasses to locate the petals, pistil, stamen, pollen, and anther. Students are also aware of how each part contributes to the seed making process. Look for our dissections hanging outside of the Faithfulness Fruit Stand.
In closing, we hope that you and your family have a blessed Thanksgiving! CCA will close early on Wednesday, November 26, in recognition of the Thanksgiving holiday.