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I OC--January 29, 2004 The Cuba Free Press Z , A Newspaper Activity Page for Young Ple O  o (3, This Week: 2004 by Vicki Whiting, Editor % Snowflakes Jeff Schinkel, Graphics Vol. 20 No. 5 People say no two snowflakes are alike. This fact was discovered by a man named Wilson A. Bentley. 1885 he was the first person to photograph a single snowflake! He figured out a way to attach a microscope to a camera. ,, Bentley went on to photograph more than 5,000 snowflakes during his lifetime, never finding two alike. Standards Link: Earth Science: Weather can be observed, written and described. Earthlings say that no two snowflakes look identical! That's funny. They all taste the same! No. Rain that freezes when it falls is called sleet. Sleet doesn't have the fancy shapes of snowflakes and it forms differently. Here's how sleet and snow are made: water vapor 4, w % =' water vapor Wh,'Lt usually call snowflakes are little Although no two snowflakes are exactly crystals of ice called snow crystals, alike, their shapes do fall into several  categories. Here are four kinds of snowflakes, The water molecules in ice form a six-sided, ice ice vr hexagonal, crystal. That is why most Read the descriptions. Then find each kind snowflakes have six sides, of snowflake on today's Kid Scoop page. water drop 4, SNOW SLEET Most snowflakes. hollow Columns? Standards Link: Investigation: Recognize similarites and differences in common objects. Ideas William A. Bentley combined two tools to photograph a snowflake. Find two items in the newspaper that have never been put together. Combine them to make a new invention. I Standartla Llnk: Writing' Application: Write de that use details to  and support und ; Impressions of things. ,, , , ,, Standards Link: Math: Extend simple patterns. i SNOWFLAKE WATER BENTLEY ICE. PLATES ALIKE DENDRITES FROZEN PENCIL CAMERA TOOL FALL STARS THIN SNOW Find the words in the puzzle, then in this week's Kid.Scoop stories and activities. W R A T S B S E E S T N'R R L E RK P E H E E E L P A I E T I Z M T A L T L N I NOAA FA S AC R I R C W T T J P I D C F O O Y E C I L N G N O I B S N O W E S L Y E L T N E B D Standards Link: Letter sequencing. Recognizing identical words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling patterns. Hot and Cold Select a newspaper picture and have a friend guess what it is by asking you questions that can be answered "yes" or "no." If their guess is close, tell them their "getting hot" or if it's not say, "cold." Standards Link: Listen and Speaking Strategies: Ask questions that seek information. Weekly Writing A Winter Poem Winter Winter is cold with some snow I like to sit in front of the fire and watch No one to call, no where to go, all we do is play snow. Talk to your younger ones, tell them a a nap. Eat ham and gingersnap cookies Remember when winter's gone there will be year. Kendra Winter is fun It's gettin' colder outside New snow's gonna fall Today I'm gonna play in it Every Christmas we're havin' fun Really cool fun Tailer What will I get for Christmas? It is snowing outside! Now what can we do? Thin ice Exciting things happen Reindeers come on Christmas. Anne-Mari Wonderful presents and snow. It is warm inside the house. Nice presents to play with. The presents are very nice to play with. Every Christmas is very fun. Ready to play in the snow. Wonderful Christmas It's snowing Now it's snowing big flakes Two snowballs flying through the air. Everyone is happy. Ready for snow Brittany What am I getting for Christmas. I want a happy Christmas North isn't the way geese go The snowbal ! fight is over Estter my dog is in the snow Rectangle pieces to make stuffing What will I get for Christmas? It snows on Christmas eve. Now when all the children get up Today it is snow End of Christmas I help my dad get down lights Ready to go out and play in the snow Devin What month is it? It's winter you say? Now so quickly? Then I should celebrate. Enjoy December Ready for Christmas? Raquel Will there be a blizzard? It's Christmas Eve! Next Christmas Turkey on the table Eat the turkey Roast pork, oh me! Caroline pIIllllllllllllll I Help sponsor I Newspapers in Educatiott I Send your check along with this box to , Cuba Free Press I I PO Box 568, Cuba, MO 65453 I I The Cuba Free Press sends over 1500 I papers to local schools EACH week/ illlllllllllllllll ll The Woman I Most Who is the woman you admire? Give your reasolaS for this choice. Deadline: February 26, 2004 Published: March 25, 2004 Send your story to: Please include your school and grade. Cuba Free P.. O. Box 568 Cuba MO