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> Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 7B Q't wait fr the pumpkin pie... e  r,,00U '"and the fami'y ftba" game'. 2' y( v \\;. www.readingclubfun.com Annimills LLC 2014 Vl 1-48 l  , " '" ,7 , f Happy Th, tnevsgiving, .,.,,e yone. \\; 00get down to business. __ J '  "" - Time to talk turkey! Read the clues to fill in the puzzle with everything "turkey":':T\\;IrllL "qa __ _____I 4 I . I co,s.r,t00e o..o00.00merca _ "" --'=. 2. In a year, a female turkey can lay between 80-100.__ - about 1,000 per lifetime. 8 / 0 / 3. Turkey eggs are brown and speckled. They are than chicken eggs. . 1 rl ,I . I . r - ts 4. A baby turkey is called a._ -,-. (Wow! That looks delicious.),,,Ah' }'- i-- 11[ ---1- run 5. - "="  t 9 Female turkeys are called , .II.,::. J-- -- ' 12 t oeStS 6. Male turkeys are called __ . . ,7. Turkeys sometimes sleep in -- animals -- | " 8. Only wild turkeys can . They travel short distances, up to 55 miles per hour! 3! J 9. If you scare a turkey, it can up to 20 miles per hour. , . __ Free 10. Male turkeys can to 4 feet long, and females to 3 feet long (including tail). 5  . 3 Native Americans  re,Stuff/ 11. Wild turkeys eat plants and nuts, seeds, Fill in the showed the Pilgrims J flowers, ants, grasshoppers, small frogs and lizards, blanks to spell how to grow ., 12. In diaries describing the Pilgrims' "Thanksgiving," it doesn't say the 3 sisters: the 3 sisters: Print out free puzzles: that the Pilgrims and Indians ate , but only "wild fowl." _ q u a_ h Native American Tribes, 13. Since the Wampanoag People - the Native Americans who ate the harvest Counting Fun, Our National with the Pilgrims- ate wild turkey, it is thought that they introduced it to the Pilgrims. 2. co n Parks bookmark puzzlers, 14. Today, it is thought that at least 90% of families enjoy turkey for their dinner. .6 and the new reading log and 15. The average wild turkey, about 12 pounds while a potatoes came certificate set @ turkey sold in the supermarket averages about 15 pounds, the Americas too. 3. _ ea s www.readingclubfun.com_., ( i"Ig)GGno P'I, e ! (-Haveyoueverheardof _ iJ"  IPi? I don't mean the apple - '"'""  - or pumpkin kind! I m talking  aboutthePiusedinmath. Piisanumber. lts \\;'y '  the number you get when you divide the  "line around" the \\;.Vj/ \\;.1 outside of a circle by the "line going across" the middle point kJ: ,c:::: "1 of the circle. Pi is the same for every circle!    I Pi is the number 3.14159...the numbers to the right side I of the decimal point never end - they go on and on forever. - .....  LEven supercomputers have not found the last number in Pi. 6, Lj, This "pie chart" shows the parts  J'l i radius used to find "Pi." _. f  J J T J J J . j th "m Why do people care about Pi? It can tell you the area  .......  ('We ae e pu p' s>. of a circle or the volume of a sphere (basketballs and  | i .. used for pies! ./ soccer balls are spheres). Why should you have to learn about Pi? Because Pi is used in the math people use to design or build everyday things we need, such as machines. Read these statements to learn how Pi helps us. Then fill in the puzzle with the words in bold print: 1. Architects use Pi to design patterns like curves and arches in houses and buildings. 2. Scientists use Pi to learn how molecules work in our body, which helps them design new medicines. 3. Designers use it to make the curves in the print you are reading on this page! 4. Engineers use it to design every part of a bridge: arches, beams, wires. 5. Parts of a car- steering wheel, engine belts, tires and gears - are designed using Pi. 6. When an airplane travels around the earth it is on the path of an arc. The path must be figured out in order to know how much fuel the plane will need. 7. The computer program an artist uses to create 3-D drawings and artwork will use Pi. 8. TVs and radios are designed using Pi to let them receive programs over the air. 9. Sports stadiums and their domes were figured out and built using math with Pi! 10. Your bicycle tires and gears were designed using math that has Pi in it, Joining Friends for Dessert!  ikeHteY'wFa;:d''thrnUlttYar's  J"'3 yuse for Thanksgiving dessert A (will there be pumpkin pie? 7 C/y - and dollops of real whipped cream! Help Little Mouse and Fred find their way to Star's house. \\; [ /I love having friends over for pie! J J E c --J E - t- j Z This Wee): the Fun Page is Spo:q',;,)re'(l by: i any venlure,  'a nation. V'en the Founding Faers set about to establish the bedrock that would, d:ine America's greatness, they went to the source, declaring that all human beings are "endowed by their Creator with certain noble Rights." The Bible contains'the foundational truth that God is the Source of all life, sovereign over history and our only hope for the peace, happiness and true liberty we all crave. In Genesis, the "book of beginnings," we witness God's creation of heaven and earth by His powerful the beginnings of man's rebellion and sin, and God's calling of a covenant people through which He would bring salvation to all the peoples of the earth through His one and only Son. > Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 7B Q't wait fr the pumpkin pie... e  r,,00U '"and the fami'y ftba" game'. 2' y( v \\;. www.readingclubfun.com Annimills LLC 2014 Vl 1-48 l  , " '" ,7 , f Happy Th, tnevsgiving, .,.,,e yone. \\; 00get down to business. __ J '  "" - Time to talk turkey! Read the clues to fill in the puzzle with everything "turkey":':T\\;IrllL "qa __ _____I 4 I . I co,s.r,t00e o..o00.00merca _ "" --'=. 2. In a year, a female turkey can lay between 80-100.__ - about 1,000 per lifetime. 8 / 0 / 3. Turkey eggs are brown and speckled. They are than chicken eggs. . 1 rl ,I . I . r - ts 4. A baby turkey is called a._ -,-. (Wow! That looks delicious.),,,Ah' }'- i-- 11[ ---1- run 5. - "="  t 9 Female turkeys are called , .II.,::. J-- -- ' 12 t oeStS 6. Male turkeys are called __ . . ,7. Turkeys sometimes sleep in -- animals -- | " 8. Only wild turkeys can . They travel short distances, up to 55 miles per hour! 3! J 9. If you scare a turkey, it can up to 20 miles per hour. , . __ Free 10. Male turkeys can to 4 feet long, and females to 3 feet long (including tail). 5  . 3 Native Americans  re,Stuff/ 11. Wild turkeys eat plants and nuts, seeds, Fill in the showed the Pilgrims J flowers, ants, grasshoppers, small frogs and lizards, blanks to spell how to grow ., 12. In diaries describing the Pilgrims' "Thanksgiving," it doesn't say the 3 sisters: the 3 sisters: Print out free puzzles: that the Pilgrims and Indians ate , but only "wild fowl." _ q u a_ h Native American Tribes, 13. Since the Wampanoag People - the Native Americans who ate the harvest Counting Fun, Our National with the Pilgrims- ate wild turkey, it is thought that they introduced it to the Pilgrims. 2. co n Parks bookmark puzzlers, 14. Today, it is thought that at least 90% of families enjoy turkey for their dinner. .6 and the new reading log and 15. The average wild turkey, about 12 pounds while a potatoes came certificate set @ turkey sold in the supermarket averages about 15 pounds, the Americas too. 3. _ ea s www.readingclubfun.com_., ( i"Ig)GGno P'I, e ! (-Haveyoueverheardof _ iJ"  IPi? I don't mean the apple - '"'""  - or pumpkin kind! I m talking  aboutthePiusedinmath. Piisanumber. lts \\;'y '  the number you get when you divide the  "line around" the \\;.Vj/ \\;.1 outside of a circle by the "line going across" the middle point kJ: ,c:::: "1 of the circle. Pi is the same for every circle!    I Pi is the number 3.14159...the numbers to the right side I of the decimal point never end - they go on and on forever. - .....  LEven supercomputers have not found the last number in Pi. 6, Lj, This "pie chart" shows the parts  J'l i radius used to find "Pi." _. f  J J T J J J . j th "m Why do people care about Pi? It can tell you the area  .......  ('We ae e pu p' s>. of a circle or the volume of a sphere (basketballs and  | i .. used for pies! ./ soccer balls are spheres). Why should you have to learn about Pi? Because Pi is used in the math people use to design or build everyday things we need, such as machines. Read these statements to learn how Pi helps us. Then fill in the puzzle with the words in bold print: 1. Architects use Pi to design patterns like curves and arches in houses and buildings. 2. Scientists use Pi to learn how molecules work in our body, which helps them design new medicines. 3. Designers use it to make the curves in the print you are reading on this page! 4. Engineers use it to design every part of a bridge: arches, beams, wires. 5. Parts of a car- steering wheel, engine belts, tires and gears - are designed using Pi. 6. When an airplane travels around the earth it is on the path of an arc. The path must be figured out in order to know how much fuel the plane will need. 7. The computer program an artist uses to create 3-D drawings and artwork will use Pi. 8. TVs and radios are designed using Pi to let them receive programs over the air. 9. Sports stadiums and their domes were figured out and built using math with Pi! 10. Your bicycle tires and gears were designed using math that has Pi in it, Joining Friends for Dessert!  ikeHteY'wFa;:d''thrnUlttYar's  J"'3 yuse for Thanksgiving dessert A (will there be pumpkin pie? 7 C/y - and dollops of real whipped cream! Help Little Mouse and Fred find their way to Star's house. \\; [ /I love having friends over for pie! J J E c --J E - t- j Z This Wee): the Fun Page is Spo:q',;,)re'(l by: i any venlure,  'a nation. V'en the Founding Faers set about to establish the bedrock that would, d:ine America's greatness, they went to the source, declaring that all human beings are "endowed by their Creator with certain noble Rights." The Bible contains'the foundational truth that God is the Source of all life, sovereign over history and our only hope for the peace, happiness and true liberty we all crave. In Genesis, the "book of beginnings," we witness God's creation of heaven and earth by His powerful the beginnings of man's rebellion and sin, and God's calling of a covenant people through which He would bring salvation to all the peoples of the earth through His one and only Son.