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June 2018
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Dear Readers
Photos from Readers like You
The Highlights High Five™ team is thrilled to introduce a redesigned inside front-cover
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“Wrapped with Love” (December 2017).
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“Sweet Strawberry Pizza” she made from our August 2017 issue.
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June 2018
Volume 12 • Number 6 • Issue No. 138
Reading
Ocean
4 The
A poem
Adventures
5 The
of Spot
™
Splinter feels jumpy.
Me Out
6 Take
to the Ball Game
A Tex and Indi TM story
Dumpty’s
12 Humpty
Eye “Egg-zam”
Humpty doesn’t see well.
20 Boats and Planes
Everywhere
An English/Spanish story with
Juan Toucan and Bebo Bear
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16
Puzzles
The Ant
A My First Hidden
PicturesTM Puzzle
A Birdhouse
for Father’s Day
A poem puzzle
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Activities
Pelican Dance
31 The
An action rhyme
Blueberry Pies
32 Mini
A fresh recipe
Café
34 Bird
A craft for the birds
The Silliest
Garden
A That’s Silly!TM puzzle
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Making Chalk Art
36
Back Cover Puzzles
A Look and Look Again TM
puzzle
Flip-Flop Find
Look for Us Inside
26 Wildlife
Rehabilitator
Taking care of animals
Highlights High Five ™
Editor in Chief: Christine French Cully
Vice President, Magazine Group Editorial:
Jamie Bryant
Creative Director: Marie O’Neill
Editor: Meghan Dombrink-Green
Senior Art Director: Kelley Cunningham Lanuto
Craft and Activities Editor: Lisa Glover
Copy Editor: Joan Prevete Hyman
Production Assistant: Susan Shadle Erb
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Reading
The Ocean
By Mairead Daugharty
The ocean is so big and wide,
I cannot see the other side.
Its sandy bottom far below
is too far down for me to go.
And yet from far and wide, the sea
sends her waves to visit me.
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June 2018
Photo by iStock/MaloriMay
Reading
The Adventures of Spot
By Marileta Robinson • Art by Ron Zalme
Splinter is feeling jumpy.
A cricket
makes her jump.
Even Spot
makes her jump.
A leaf
makes her jump.
A bird
makes her jump.
Splinter needs some peace and quiet.
June 2018
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Reading
Take Me Out
to the Ball Game
By Lissa Rovetch • Art by Amy Wummer
“Let’s hold hands so we stick together,” said Dad,
looking for their seats in the giant baseball stadium.
“We’re really high up,” said Tex. “The players are
so far away, they’re hard to see!”
“If you look at that huge TV screen, you can
see everything,” said Arizona.
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June 2018
i
T
and Ind
x
e
After they sat down, a man selling hot dogs
walked by. Mom bought everyone a hot dog.
As the teams started playing, Dad groaned.
“What happened?” asked Indi.
“Our batter struck out,” said Dad.
June 2018
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In the middle of the seventh inning,
everyone stood up. Then the team’s mascot,
a furry seal, helped the audience sing
“Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”
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June 2018
Then the game started again. A few minutes later,
everybody cheered, and a foghorn made a loud sound.
“Now what happened?” asked Tex.
“Our team hit a home run!” Mom grinned.
“I like it when our team is winning,” said Indi.
“It’s nice,” said Dad. “But win or lose, a day at the
ballpark is always a blast!”
June 2018
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Puzzle
My First
Puzzle
Find t h ese objects hidden in the big picture.
Mitten
Olive
Comb
Waffle
Snake
Bean
Baseball Bat
The Ant
By Charles Ghigna
Come see the little ant.
He never says “I can’t.”
And so it comes as no surprise,
He carries things ten times his size!
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June 2018
Crown
Spoon
Art by Neil Numberman
June 2018
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Reading
Humpty Dumpty’s
Eye “Egg-zam”
By Heidi Bee Roemer • Art by Pete Whitehead
Humpty Dumpty bumped into walls.
Humpty couldn’t see well at all.
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June 2018
He squinted whenever he watched TV.
He held books close so he could see.
June 2018
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Humpty Dumpty took an eye test.
He didn’t pass, though he tried his best.
The doctor said, “Well, it seems to me,
a pair of glasses will help you see.”
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June 2018
Now Humpty doesn’t bump into walls.
He doesn’t squint or stumble or fall.
Glasses help him, at home and at school,
and Humpty’s “egg-cited” ’cause that’s so cool!
June 2018
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Puzzle
A Birdhouse
for Father’s Day
By Linda Dryfhout • Art by Silvia Sponza
I made a special gift
for Father’s Day.
A wooden birdhouse
painted white and gray.
My daddy hung it
in the big oak tree.
The birds fly in and out.
Look, there go three!
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How many birds do you see?
What else will you count?
June 2018
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Puzzle
hat’s
Art by Andy Rowland
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June 2018
Silly!
TM
W hat
silly things
do you see?
June 2018
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Read Aloud in English and Spanish
Boats and Planes
Everywhere
By Ana Galán • Art by Roberta Angaramo
Meet Juan Toucan and Bebo Bear, best friends who live in New York City.
Bebo and Juan were strolling by the river in New York City.
They looked around.
“¡Mira, un barco de vela!” said Juan.
“I love sailboats! They can move with the wind,” said Bebo,
opening his arms and feeling the wind on his face.
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June 2018
“¡Mira, un yate!” said Juan, pointing at a boat
gliding down the river.
“That yacht is going so smoothly,” said Bebo, and he
moved his hand like a boat skimming the waves.
¡Mira, un barco de vela!
¡Mira, un yate!
MEE-rah oon BAHR-koh deh BEH-lah
MEE-rah oon YAH-teh
Look, a sailboat!
Look, a yacht!
Spanish pronunciation by Linda Elman
June 2018
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“¡Mira, un helicóptero!”
said Juan.
“The blades on a
helicopter move fast,”
said Bebo. He moved in a
circle like the blades of a
helicopter until he got
a little dizzy.
“¡Mira, un avión!” said Juan, pointing at an airplane.
“I wonder where that plane is going,” said Bebo,
holding his arms like the wings of an airplane.
¡Mira, un helicóptero!
¡Mira, un avión!
Yo puedo ayudar.
MEE-rah oon eh-lee-KOHP-teh-roh MEE-rah oon ah-bee-YOHN YOH PWEH-doh ah-you-DAHR
Look, a helicopter!
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June 2018
Look, an airplane!
I can help.
As they turned to walk home, Bebo said, “I wish I could
fly like an airplane.”
“Yo puedo ayudar,” said Juan. He asked Bebo to hold on
to his feet. Then Juan flapped his wings, and they both
hovered in the air for a few seconds.
“You helped me fly! Thanks, Juan!” said Bebo.
June 2018
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Puzzle
Photo by iStock/Paha_L
Making Chalk Art
How are these pictures the same?
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June 2018
Look and
Look
Again
How are they different?
June 2018
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Reading
Wildlife Rehab
By Marileta Robinson • Photos by Nicholas Piatek
Debra Corrigan
has an important
job. She takes care
of injured animals
until they can go
back into the wild.
She is a wildlife
rehabilitator.
This woodpecker flew into a window and
couldn’t walk. Debra helps him get stronger.
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June 2018
ilitatory
A rehabilitator is a person who helps
animals or people get better after a
sickness or an injury.
At Debra’s house, you might meet
a skunk, an opossum, a woodpecker,
rabbits, or other animals.
This baby skunk lost its mother.
Soon it will be big enough to live
on its own in the woods.
These animals were
all injured or separated
from their mothers.
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Debra’s job keeps her busy.
Each morning and evening,
Debra feeds all the animals.
She spends lots of
time preparing food
and cleaning up.
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June 2018
There are always many chores to do,
but to Debra, it’s worth it!
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People work to care for
animals in many different ways.
Veterinarian
A veterinarian
takes care of sick
animals such as
dogs, cats,
and birds.
Zookeeper
A zookeeper feeds
and cares for
animals in a zoo.
Equine
veterinarian
This person
helps horses.
How could you help animals?
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Photos: top by iStock/hoozone, left by iStock/Bouillante, right by iStock/fotoedu
Activity
T he Pelican
Dance
An Action Rhyme
By Donna Earnhardt • Art by Gary LaCoste
Raise our wings up
to the sky.
Lower, higher,
lap them, ly!
Soar above the
big blue sea.
Dive for fish—
catch 1, 2, 3.
Gobbled lunch,
and now we glide.
We land in sand,
wings by our side.
Photos by Guy Cali Associates, Inc.
June 2018
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Activity
Mini Blueberry
By Sandra K. Nissenberg, M.S., R.D.
You Need
• 1 package of 6 mini
graham cracker pie crusts
• 1 teaspoon flour
• 1 tablespoon brown sugar
• 1 tablespoon orange juice
• 1 cup fresh or
frozen blueberries
Topping
• 2 tablespoons
old-fashioned oats
• 2 tablespoons flour
• 2 tablespoons brown sugar
• ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
• 1 tablespoon melted butter
Before You Beg in
Wash your hands.
Adult: Preheat the oven
to 350 °F.
1. Place pie crusts on
a baking sheet.
3. Add in blueberries.
Stir to coat well.
2. Combine 1 teaspoon flour,
1 tablespoon brown sugar, and
orange juice. Mix until flour is
dissolved.
4. Spoon the blueberry
mixture into the pie crusts.
5. Mix the topping ingredients
together in a small bowl.
6. Put a spoonful of
topping onto each mini pie.
7. Adult: Bake the mini pies for 20–25
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minutes or until topping is lightly browned.
Cool for 5–10 minutes before eating.
Photos by Guy Cali Associates, Inc., except background by iStock/s-cphoto and blueberries by iStock/ermingut
Pies
A berry delicious
summer treat.
June 2018
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Activity
Bird Café
By Lisa Glover • Art by Gary LaCoste
You Need
• Scissors
• Shallow plastic container
with lid
• 2 sheets of 8½-inchby-5½-inch craft foam
• Tape
• Hole punch
• 3-foot-long piece of yarn
• Birdseed
Before You Beg in
Adult: Cut the rim off the
plastic container.
1. Cut a rectangular
window in the middle of
a sheet of craft foam.
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2. Wrap the craft foam
around the container.
Tape the foam in place.
3. Wrap the top of the
craft foam around the lid.
Tape it in place.
Photos by Guy Cali Associates, Inc.
4.
Use a hole
punch to make a
hole at the top of
the foam, about
1 inch from the
side. Repeat on
the other side.
5. Put one end of the yarn
6. Fold the other piece of
through a hole and tie a knot.
Repeat on the other side.
Adult: Make a loop knot
in the yarn about 6 inches
from the top of the yarn.
craft foam in half to make
the roof. Tape it to the bird
feeder. Fill the plastic
container with birdseed
and hang it in a tree.
June 2018
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Thanks for reading
Bebo Bear is pretending
to be an airplane.
What do you like
to pretend?
B
A
Which
pair of
flip-flops does
not have a
match?
C
D
Look for these pictures
inside the magazine.
A. page 14 B. page 18 C. page 16 D. page 20
Art by Getty Images/
DigitalVision Vectors/paci77
Look for the hidden “Smiling
on the front cover.
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