3. European flatfish
7. Arctic whale with
8. Type of duck
10. Breed of dog
13. Showy parrot
14. Venomous snake
18. Elephant ivory
21. Small bird
23. Sparrow hawk
Sudoku Rules: The rules of the game are simple. Fill in
all the squares in the grid so that each row, column and
each of the 3x3 squares contains all the digits from 1 to 9
without repeats or omissions.
Pg 16 - The Sunshine Express
1 - What begins and ends with ¡®e¡¯
but only has one letter?
2 - What¡¯s the biggest type of moth?
3 - What did the sea say to the
Two elderly ladies had been friends for many de-
cades. Over the years, they had shared all kinds of
activities and adventures.
Lately, their activities had been limited to meeting a
few times a week to play cards.
One day, they were playing cards when one looked at
the other and said,
¡°Now don¡¯t get mad at me. I know we¡¯ve been
friends for a long time, but I just can¡¯t think of your
name! I¡¯ve thought and thought, but I can¡¯t remember
it. Please tell me what your name is.¡±
Her friend glared at her. For at least three minutes
she just stared and glared at her. Finally she said,
¡°How soon do you need to know?¡±
Can you color the Tulips in the drawing at right
to match the picture below? How about choosing
your own colors and making a unique master-
piece? Whatever you decide, have FUN!!
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Can you find something
wet in the words below?
COW ATE RICE
Time for a break and some fun!
(Solutions/Answers are on page 15)
Can you find something
fun in the words below?
SING A MEDLEY
1. Long-tailed primate
2. Spiny anteaters
3. Young hen
5. North Atlantic food fish
9. Large plantigrade
11. Bird with long legs,
neck and bill
15. Large wading bird
16. Nocturnal canine
20. Colony insects
¡°The wise man in the storm prays
God, not for safety from danger, but
for deliverance from fear.¡±
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
¡°Colors fade, temples crumble,
empires fall, but wise words
- Edward Thorndike
A commonym is group of words that have a common
trait. For example: the words: A car, A tree, An elephant...
they all have trunks. Can you solve these commonyms?:
1- A Ball, A Salad, A Coin
2- A Bottle, A Baseball Player, A Mushroom