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The Cuba Free Press August 21,2003--- 5B Page for Young People AMP ring, Editor Jeff Schinkel, Designer/illustrator Vol. 19 No 34 is not the only place in the world with ancient The first peoples of Mexico also built pyramids. :story below tells why the Mexican flag has a picture le sitting on top of a cactus eating a snake. But of the words from the story are missing. Can you the words on the pile of stones to fill in the blanks? Circle each of the following things that you think can be found in i Mexico. , t .................................................................................................................... l A. Beaches popular with swimmers, I divers and sunbathers B. Dry cactus-filled deserts C. Tropical forests filled with colorful birds and flowers D. Snow-capped volcanoes E. Pyramids and ruins of advanced ancient civilizations ioo!xo u! punol aq ueo ajouJ pu s!q, ;o IIV "Llfi!J eJ noA iOhJ8 &lie uJeq, OlOJ!O nol, P!O :H3Iv%SNV M00ICOI Week 12 Passport to Adventure stamp How many peppers can you find on this __ on the Mexican flag SYmbol from the Aztecs, a group who ruled Mexico for about until they were Spanish. According to an , they were told ::::i" god to city in the they saw an eagle a snake. They discovered in 1325 and established (tay-NOSH-teet-lan). This site is still the capital of Mexico, called Mexico City. , I | Link: Reading Comprehension: Follow simple written directions. History: Understand traditions, customs and characteristics of various r-00_d from folklore. lied with toys and Blindfolded children take a stick at the i II. to be the first to Find the two identical pifiatas,   % , 'Mixe  . _ , /"---7 \\; ICreatures e is a creature   ' It PatSalfand J   / K / \\;l \\; IMake your own creatures. ,=9  j .;:.:, ::.  / \\; . : l alebnje by ,  ::: ...... cutting out .adonkey w,th ! /  iii!il iit \\;"-$3 / ywingsora  l    | newspaper with an eagle's -----" . .pictures or !It is said that the        "/I different parts  who carve :: of animal and iie get their ideas r-------  /   / 1 /llaum,an,b? dies .:heir dreams.  \\;Ik   d /|i: " ] 1,1 .and gumg I , ).  ,---------'-   r------  tlaemoacK at all the squares I "r/I '  / .'--' 1" together to ,t. Mix and match I - % I / la -II / / mare new - s u and unusual q ares to make as  I(a (D D 11  / f," II/ , / ure )'different _  --.-,::- //l r-/  l creat . :Ures  I C_ t" I / ?./ Is,standards L lrlk" Rn.e- as you can. 17 " a -- " -- t  TL.___ . I , :usoa.vart M_  " no from fnlklom. - .... I " mqllL ' klnk: History: Understand traditions, customs and characteristics of various cultures orawing rom folklore. I .... ' ' I " I i ', P Me Fred the words in the puzzle, xican jumping bean is about the size of a kernel of MEXICO " " The beans do not wear sombreros (hats) or jump then in this week's Kid Scoop stories and activities. +3+2+2 hermit crabs make the husk bean their home. As the moves, so does the bean. They do rock around a little, and sometimes do scoot a short distance. To find out what makes bean jump, find the answer that adds up to 23. I | s+ +a The heat of the [Mexicansun it fro the inside: When actually cooks % thelam, aeves;s I thebeans. As boiton move.  ,  theinside, they Science: Students know different plants and animals inhabit different environments. SNAKE JUMPING ALEBRIJE DREAM EAGLE TROPICAL BEANS BIRDS FLAG DONKEY SCOOT HATS  HEAD Y E KNODG S HD S COOTNNQA L D N K X I A F E T A R C A P K L H I S Z I O M E A G L E M T B UMG B Q T Z A E J A L E B R I J E U A L O C I X E M R Q L A C I P O R T D R Standards Link: Letter sequencing. RecognizjogMentical -- words. Skim and scan eading. Rall spelling patterns. Search ating the snake has become a ice. Look through the symbols, cut them out them onto a sheet of paper. Then, they symbolize. Studies: Students know and understand r Communities. Weekly Writing Jumping beans jump because they're hyper! Amanda 6th grade It's a worm inside the jumping bean and when it tries to walk, it makes the bean jump. Tia 4th grade Thej umping bean was planted on a trampo- line. The bean was very jumpy all the time. Kyndal 5th grade A jumping bean bounces because there's a worm inside the bean that is trying to get out. Jordan 7th grade Once upon a time there was a bean and it ate ten pounds of popcorn in three minutes. Then he got the worst hiccups. He just couldn't stop jumping! Sam 5th grade The beans jump because they are really cow beans and cows can jump over the moon. You can buy some at the Cow Store but not all the beans jump because there was only one cow that could jump over the moon. Becky 7th grade This morning my mom was reading the newspaper and it said, "What is a jumping bean?" A jumping bean is a bean that jumps in a little box. The reason it jumps is be- cause it has a little worm in it. When the light is on, the worm gets all boiled uD,and' pops. ......................... ....... Alex Rose 1st grade Jumping beans jump because they are try- ing to escape. It's because they know they will be put in a pot and eaten and so they jump to get away. Alma 3rd grade Everyone knows they are really alien ba- bies from another planet. The pods will one day hatch and aliens will spread through- out the world. Eric 8th grade  mm mm m m mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m mm mm mm mm mm  I I n Help sponsor Newspapers n N , -- - I ] m Education! . : u Send your check along with u : this box to : 1 I Cuba Free Press 1 :n PO Box 568, Cuba, MO 65453 u I The Cuba Free Press sends over 1500 | __ :  papers to local.schools EACH week/ Ii L mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m m ---- mm mm mm mm m .m -II Solutions ............ Wltit, ii-6rldisroblem that you Would like to see .-.. -..t-  solved? What could you and _or_ __ . '- your frmnds do to help. ( l,  ):] Dead!::September 18,2003 ,,   t,ga.z.t.. I I I I Sendyourstoryto: CubaFreePress  .... / i Please include your P.O. Box 568 ieuo elle lquej. :Ua$NV / school and grade. Cuba, MO 65453