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6B Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter, , www.readingclubfun.com . Ltgr AnnimillskkO '!©2014vl apples, mini sandwiches and raisi s 1-43   ,,,,, Which of my ideas will you use to brew a safer Halloween? Match f Hey!   ,-l' the first part of each idea to the second part to make good' sense,  JY  'WhTCh'and ,' 1 trick-or-treat A tosee and be seen / 'wTch'- 2. have an adult or a friend  B. brightly colored clothes aren't they 3. carry a flashlight C. walk with you homophones? 4. have Morn or Dad check D. only at homes of people you know I 5. wear E. will allow you to see things better I O O O .6" wearing make-up instead of a mask F. all treats before you eat any ,,) o Y H I{ 010 h I' is ° stealthy ninja guy. I t'V " Fillinthe al Olee ) o ( Mybrother...thenoq - " blanks to spell 5 words that ,, ,, 1. creak (squeaking sound) Ik.Okay, he looks cool./ °• begin with the letter h. 2 moan (low, mournful cry) °° , 1 hau_ted 3 groan (short, strong O O sound from pain) 2. hou e 3. Hallo een 4. how__ing 5. hair-raLing 4. wrack (damage) 5. night (late part of day) 6. chilly (frosty temperature) 7. toad (hopping animal) 8. wail (loud cry) 9. claws (sharp fingernails) 10. soul (your spirit) The words below are called "homophones" because they sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Can you match each word in the first column to its homophone? A. clause (extra point in a contract) B. towed (pulled by rope) C. rack (stores items) D. creek (a stream) E. sole (the only one) F. grown (gotten bigger) G. chili (spicy food) H. mown (cut grass) I. knight (hero in armor) J. whale (largest mammal) Print out free puzzles: Halloween reading log " and certificate set, Monster, Creepy Creatures and Fancy Fall Language @ www.readingclubfun.com .... 13ri! 40 ]* J II I Loch Ness Monster rlJ Ii J J J - J °iI ! J J J J Can you find werewolf and circle 6 words that have an '' sound like the word 'BOO'? A 0 0 0 0 o o o t" tttt .w00n9 a ,,wee00[ Don't VOO love stories and movies =' . -filled with flying bats, moaning ghosts, cot n monsters and creatures that make you I sh;ver? On Halloween many people • dress in costumes to look like scary 9 "J creatures. 11 -- °°b\\;\ns 14 It'= headless horseman Abominable Snowman Can you read the clues and fill in the crossword with the names of magical or scary creatures? -- I 12. in folk tales, a fanged creature that rises at night . in the Himalayas strange footprints in the snow led to stories of this hairy, ape-like creature L Irl I 14. spirit of a dead person showing itself to a living human 15 . 15. human being who can change into a wolf person who practic.eagic:,  2. supreme Spirit of evil ii!  .... 3. giant monster that breathes fire 4. imaginary horse-like creature with long horn on its forehead 5. framework of bones inside us 6. giant movie ape that ran wild in New York City 7. headless character who rode a charging stallion 8. lumberjacks named this mysterious creature after finding huge footprints along the Pacific coast of North America 9. small, evil creatures believed to live in dark places 10. large creature said to live in a deep lake in Scotland 11. Egyptians created this by wrapping a body in specially treated cloth; placing it into a case sealed within a tomb W/00aaaaaa00H, Are TEev "- Do you like my Halloween TM mask? This is my first time out on a Halloween night. I like this bright, smiling thing in front of me, but don't know what it is. 45 • 44• 43 o ,2 •, 51 ,,.,1.2 , ("What did the Jack-O'-Lantern 48 • 49 " 1 i f How did the kid fix 7 0.- _';L saytothe pumpkin? 44..7,'' . his roken oumokin?) 46 4/ 48  °  = 10 Cutt 43 •7 . ° ° ° ° ° ° (CL it ]/7 46-"7 f 3" i f With a''  ° 28 27 ° 7 ° ,,,- ° 11 ku •42/' ( \\; •8 [pumpkin patch! E • 29 26 •zo • t .  ,, J • 3130  , ° 24 • 12 "" •z. 1 I   • 9 1617• 18 "/ " 15• g • 32 . ,9 • 33 A •22 ••14 •40 I 11 •i"4R,;22 o • 34 '.. .") •21 ,, •3 . 32,,I' "/ ")123• { • as \\;L r- - -- -- -- -- -- / -0 • '° "- / .an.... 6/ . .,,..,.li L. ' , o ^- / R" o' ^^ _ • 9A / U • J/ • • €."r • " 37 36 35 V 30 zu o z Can you connect o the dots so I  7- • 41 k • 40 ,(e 39" 38" 37" 36""-----"19 "18 '7 • • 28 27 25 This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by." Jesus (ores jou! ......... o 9 " e o sovereign n Hancock and John Adams'" With malice toward none, with charily for all, with firmness in the right as C-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,J gives us to see  the right, let us strive ... to bind up the nation's wounds ... to do all which may achieve and i   cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations.  ..... i" ~ Abraham Lincoln, March 4, 1865 The general principles upon which the Fathers achieved independence were the general principles of Christianily ... Those general principles of Christianity are as eternal and .  immutable as the existence and attributes of God. ~ John Adams, Second President