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61B Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wemakingavegetable  r00/r.u y/ v N... . ead gc  .L  Ann,mills LLC 2015 V12-04 \\; ...smoothies and spicy chicken; Read these clues about the history of football. Fill in the puzzle! Forecasts and Foot (SuperBowl b go-'ng  w-ch the big football game on 13 Sunday, then pop out of hibernation on Monday m 9dn ts 15 to see if it's cloudy or if the sun is shining. If it's sunny, I'll see my shadow and believe that Winter is going to last longer. If it's cloudy, I'll predict that Spring is coming soon! 1. American  grew out of a rough game played in England called rugby te\\;e'\gn 2. In the early days of football games, the rules were loose, and there were no special pieces of clothing to the head or body. charn/aiooshz 3. A man named Walter Camp, who played and coached football at leather p Yale University, helped to set and write down the for football. 4. In 1920, some professional teams (meaning players got paid to play) started a league (APFA) to better  football. 5. In 1922, the APFA league became the  Football League or NFL. 6. A new league was formed in 1959 called the  Football League or the AFL. 7. During the 1960's the NFL  played against the those of the AFL. 8. In 1969 the NFL and the AFL joined into one  that we know as today's NFL. 9. The football was nicknamed "pigskin" because the ball was covered in a pig's bladder. Today the football is made with a rubber bladder covered with 10. Shoulder pads, helmets, facemasks, gloves and shoes with cleats are some of the protective clothes and  that have been desig.ned for today's players. 11. There are  players on the field for each team. 12. The object of the game is for each team to move the football forward into the other team's end zone to score the most 13. The referees on the field keep  during the game. They make sure the rules are obeyed. 14. The Super Bowl is the yearly game for the 15. Thanks to , it is one of the most watched sporting events in the world ii We made a more  healthful crust, cut 4 the sugar and filled our pie to bursting with berries. 3 / rules -- j 12 L, J . What 1 favorite snacks L.U LU Free 1 i) Stuff# I I league 14 t I )=,..,,,=.=,. I ! I Print out free puzzles: All About Reading, I Presidents of the U.S., Winter Word Fun and our I reading log set @ I i Teams of the N FL Read the team names to fill in the blanks. Once you have spelled them, search for the AFC-North B altimore RaveNs Cin_innati Ben_als Cleve_and Brow_s There are 32 teams in the NFL. The teams are split into 2 groups called the AFC (American Football Conference) and the NFC (National Football Conference). These 2 are then split into 4 divisions: North, South, East and West. Each division is made up of 4 teams. second half of the team name in the puzzle and circle it. The first one is done for you. 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Match the two bold words to the meaning of the new word they make when "added" together! 1. foot + ball (sphere used in games) 2. foot + man (male human) 3. foot + note (short message) 4. foot + wear (clothing) 5. foot + stool (seat with no 6. foot + hold (to have in 7. foot + board (flat piece of wood) 8. foot + hill (sloped area) 9. foot + bridge (built structure) 10. foot + path (walkway) t ;  ' '"; 7  :); 'i A. s we ,= r ape (n B. opposite of the headboard, found at the bottom of bed  t- place to rest or start on a rock climb D. narrow trail for hikers E. sneakers, boots, sandals and high-heeled shoes F. popular sport that is played on the gridiron or field o  G. small hill at the base of a larger mountain.  H. servant who waits on tables or opens doors I. note at the bottom of page that helps explain the text J. place to rest your feet at the end of a long day This Week the Fun Page is Sponsor(',a or." 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