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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014 11B (31ade and I hel ed to store a les, ' potatoes and onions in the cellar. ] ~~ oo p :~,un " - --' = c lor 1-49 MliJ a a u 2 (some)Butt "erflles ' ' ' " Ya, ya, ya I finished l n Pi "l:/ lP Al, s gh: I hate beingI ,before Chatter/ G L I. I II IU I V V I II I. I1 the first flake of the I . 4-'-1 season it's such I Winter will be here soon. Everyone is outside o<;,se a lonely job. I finishing tasksthat need to be doneto get readY for il es 14 . Ill IJI / the long, dark, cold days Some people are cleaning I I I I I I I I 6 tthh:ilr yards. Others are emptging the gutters n their I IT-'-1 / houses that are filled with leaves. Some people like "N! I. "7" I so, eelS n II I1 I / potatoes, carrots and onions for hot delicious r2,o, J*-=n I i i L i / stews and soups. Coats and jackets are being 4 "-I1 F'-'-" Ill rll / " " "" : " ri I Coats 5. bringing in the last of the fruits and vegetables from I J J ILl coats / 6. digging out sweaters, . ,hats, mittens and scarves. - I II I o / 7. putting heavier and,q'- uilts on beds. / ' 91111 IIIII .Z / 8. making sure that and snow blowers are in good shape. ;) " " " / 9. taking down and putting up storm windows. . -hle / 10. bringing and small trees into the house for the winter. Whew' I Print out free puzzles: L J I / 11. cooking larger, hotterand more baked pies and cookies,sure'walk. I I Getting R ead.yf r W ildW eather' I / 12. turning on the earlierand starting to turn up the heat. l "U ( We'.re I NativeAmer!canTri,bes Counting I 13. cutting and stacking into piles. I ; outn ,> ) I I headed I I ,uy I / i 14. signing up for classes toinside or to play indoor sports. I t r ar er I I,I / 15. checking over their skiing, skating and sledding . j / / What Do . A. grow new, thicker fur. Sometimes the new fur is whiter to help ('- / n K ' "'] ]baes ' ' nw ^-'m"l" "n ' . them h,de ,n thes o . Idiet has toI / rJ-' J 'I" " B. go to the bottom of lakes and ponds where the water is warmer. I il I change fo l / DlrU UU IU weaselsano . [] [] iv , i : " . . . u sw mto warmer waters near Hawaii : II . Rahhit, ll:.l .k I / SnoWshoe Rabbits' :, i ,: . - : Get Ready D. eat to increase body weight s, nce there ,s less food. !,/ 4 Red Foxes For Winter? ' E. change their diet completely. In spring, summer and fall they eat,| y / 5 Moose ' berries and insects, but in late fall and winter they eat small rodents. / Match each animal, ears F. gather together into a big ball underground for warmth. ( / in the first part of ([some) bnarKs - "" m "" rtl u. ny as Tar scum as Mexico. ' / / me sentence to me [so e) es second part that / ,tells what it does to | get ready for winter. ( "i'"':""" "' " A. gather acorns so they have a large amount of food stored. | 1 (some) Frogs ,w ,s warmer . ', B. stop growing to save energy. This helps them get through very cold temperatures. | N little 2 Squirrels nere me DOIIOm. / mmmp . L;. usua,y ive in the deep south, but some that live farther north in North Carolina or Georgia / here bKUnKS -- - . ',' busy stay =n dens and slow their metabolism, making them less active so they need less food. / 4. (some) Bats D. turn from hunting only during the night to hunting during the day. ' '"k 5. Trees E. usually travel south for the winter, but those that live in Canada come to the United States, 6. Alligators so you might not notice any change at all! - | I / 7. Robins F. hibernate in close clusters in their caves and holes. Others fly to find a warmer place to live. / I 8. Bobcats G. start to take very long naps, but they do not actually hibernate. / ideinmud, H" all w themselves t be fully fr zen' Their b dies thaw in the spring and are c mpletely fine! / / Why do Ammals and 0 n n 0 o 0 0 s / Birds Go South? I Ol; i People who go to the Y Vo/I I warmer southern states / / 12.JO IIYIFO Ivr ' I >.x, I forthe winter are sometinles Ix` "'b "('nlE-- I nicknamed "Snowbirds." IIY/ I (, O ,3",4 I Animals and birds go 12r& u) o Io r" v (v I I south for thewarmer weather o e I too! Two more reasons l /ro I I 1 oVE x o l/rTl ,/ o II .Y . l o Yl /1Y/okl I animals and birds travel I I I OF" I I/IVl Vo/l south during the season of ) "/ I I I I I-- V -/ I l 'Y/d o Y / o K,I deep cold and snow are for: Y /A YTZOJ2.)I OI/N I O o, I'/1 Y I I I O ( ~l I rhzs week the fun Page is Sponsored by: : 5mUd 2 lanthropist :, dustriousness resulted in the Colgate-Palmolive Company. Clearly he recognized Jesus as God s Son and the value of the Word: . The only spiritual light in the world comes through Jesus Christ and the inspired Book; 1= 1= redemption and forgiveness of sin alone through Christ. 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