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Highlights High Five January 2020

For beginning readers! The stories and poems, crafts and recipes, puzzles and other activities in this read-only digital version of High Five magazine set children on the path to lifelong learning. Each 36-page issue reinforces reading skills, math skills and other areas of learning, and offers activities that help build self-confidence. Visit Highlights.com to learn more. Ages 2-6.

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United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Highlights for Children, Inc.
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a fresh start

The Highlights High Five team has been working on an updated look for several months. From fonts to doodles, photos to layouts, we want each issue to make your child smile, laugh, wonder, exclaim, ask, and learn. Of course, young children also like structure and consistency. That’s why the key characters and elements in High Five continue to remain the same. Our goal every month is to create a joy-filled experience that you and your child share. So dive in and explore with us. We’re so glad you’re here! Sincerely, PS: Speaking of change—Chica-Chick told me that from now on, she wants to be called Lola Chick. We love to hear from you! eds@highlights.com…

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the cleanup dance

“I can’t find the soccer ball,” said Indi. “I can’t find my library book,” said Tex. “And I can’t find my homework binder,” said their sister, Arizona. “Maybe our cats took them,” said Tex, smiling. “Yeah,” Indi giggled. “Maybe Charlie and Cow play soccer, read books, and do homework when we’re not looking.” “Or maybe this room is too messy to find anything,” said Dad. “I’d say it’s time for the cleanup dance.” “What’s that?” the kids asked together. “We set the timer for 10 minutes,” said Dad, “then turn on some happy music and do the cleanup dance!” Soon, everybody was dancing and cleaning and laughing. “Hooray!” said Arizona. “My homework binder was hiding under this pillow.” “Look, Tex,” said Indi. “Your book was in the game basket.” “And here’s the soccer ball,” Tex said as the timer buzzed. “Wow!” said…

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sloth party guide

If you want a sloth to come to your party on a Wednesday, tell him to be there by Tuesday. (As we all know, sloths are usually late.) Sloths are the slowest mammals on the planet, so you have to give them plenty of time to get to a party. If you’re going to throw a party for a sloth, be sure to have the snacks he likes. Put a nice, big plate of leaves on the table, and you’ll have a happy sloth. If it’s hot, make it a pool party! Sloths are great swimmers. As for inviting other party guests, the sloth would be delighted to see two of his closest relatives, the anteater and the armadillo. And last, to make a sloth feel welcome, the most important thing to have at…

1 min.
so many questions!

Lola Chick looked out the window and sighed. The rain kept coming down. “Lola Chick, would you like to go somewhere special?” asked Grandma Hen. “¿Dónde?” asked Lola Chick. “The bowling alley!” said Grandma Hen. “¿Cuándo?” asked Lola Chick. “We can go now,” said Grandma Hen. ¿Dónde? DOHN-deh Where? ¿Cuándo? KWAHN-doh When? “You may invite two friends,” said Grandma Hen. Lola Chick phoned her friends Rabbit and Duck. After they arrived, Lola Chick looked at her grandma. “¿Cómo vamos?” she asked. “We can take the bus,” said Grandma Hen. ¿Cómo vamos? KOH-moh VAH-mohss How do we go there? At the bowling alley, Grandma Hen got them all shoes and bowling balls. Lola Chick held a ball. “¿Cómo?” “You bowl like this!” Grandma Hen rolled her ball down the lane. All the pins fell over. “And that’s a strike!” ¿Cómo? KOH-moh How? Art by Francesca AssirelliSpanish pronunciation by Linda Elman, Ph.D.…