Sparkle Buds May 2021

Sparkle Buds is a monthly kids magazine covering various activities, coloring, puzzles, games & fun education. A magazine created by the kids for the kids.

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Hello Friends, How are you feeling today? We miss our summer outings as the Coronavirus situation has kept us indoors. But no worries! We will rock indoors too! Did you know that 15th May celebrated as lnternational Family Day? Yes, it’s true. Your parents give the best possible start to your life. Most of the time, we take our parents, our family, for granted. lnternational Family Day is an opportunity to share with your family how you feel about them and how grateful you are to your parents, grandparents, siblings, and even extended family for providing you with the necessities of life and a whole lot of Tender Loving Care (TLC). Today, Robo and I have brought you stories, experiments, and crafts with some new life learnings. Warm regards, Bobo & Robo…

let’s get fit!

If lousy weather is producing a bumper crop of couch potatoes around your house, try injecting some movement into it. Jumping Jacks How to do: • Stand up straight. Now, stretch your arms and legs to the sides. • Now jump in this position. • Return legs to the centre and arms to the closed position when closing a jumping jack. • Repeat. Why Jumping Jacks? Jumping is a cardiovascular exercise and gives the heart a healthy and organic workout. Jumping will help you understand your body better. You will develop better coordination overall and lead a rewarding life as both sides of the brain and body work together to maintain balance and coordination.…

two foolish cats

A cat saw a piece of bread the road. But by the time it could reach it, another cat saw it and pounced upon it. Both the cats started Fighting. After some time, the cats decided to divide the bread into two pieces. The other cat agreed. But who would divide the piece of bread? They kept on thinking about this. Meanwhile, a monkey came here. The cats asked the monkey to divide the bread into two halves. The monkey was very cunning and also Feeling very hungry. He made two pieces of the bread and then checked their sizes. Finding one bigger than the other, he ate a bit From the bigger piece. Then he noticed that the other piece was bigger and then ate a bit from that also. He carried on…

summer forest crossword!

Across 3. Small critters that have 6 legs. 7. Branches have many of these attached to them. 9. Leaves are attached to these. 10. The outer covering of trees. 11. People who traverse the forest. 13. A fleshy fungi that grows in the dark. 14. This feathered bird cannot move their eyes, and can twist their head 180 degrees. Down 1. An evergreen tree that produces pinecones 2. This large animal enjoys eating honey and fish. 4. This plant is large and covered with bark and leaves 5. A type of tree that produces Acorns 6. This medium sided animal has antlers. 7. The thickest part of a tree. 8. A nut that drops from oak trees that squirrels enjoy. 10. White trees that have thin bark. 12. A relative of dogs, larger than foxes and travels in packs. 13. A type of tree that produces sap used…

life is simple - tips

Getting Along With Teachers Dear Kids, it’s good to get along with your teacher because it makes the time you spend in the classroom more pleasant. And yes, also because, in general, it’s smart to learn how to relate to the different types of people you’ll meet throughout your life. DID YOU KNOW? Kids who get along with their teachers not only learn more, but they’re more comfortable asking questions and getting extra help. This makes it easier to understand new material and do your best on tests. What Does “Getting Along” Mean? “Getting along” means you and your teacher have a way of communicating that works for both of you, and you both are getting what you need from the relationship. From your teacher’s perspective, he or she wants to make sure you are paying attention,…

the amazing creatures!

COMMON NAME: Tarantulas SCIENTIFIC NAME: Theraphosidae TYPE: Invertebrates DIET: Carnivore SIZE: 4.75 inches long; legs up to 11 inches AVERAGE LIFE SPAN IN THE WILD: Up to 30 years Tarantulas give people creeps because they have large, hairy bodies and legs. While these giant spiders can taka a painful bite out of a human, a tarantula’s venom has low toxicity to people. Tarantulas move slowly on their eight hairy legs, but they are nocturnal predators. Tarantulas are burrowers and typically live in the ground. There are hundreds of tarantula species Pound in most of the world’s tropical, subtropical, and desert regions. They vary in colour and behaviour according to their specific environment. A tarantula doesn’t use a web to trap its prey, though it may spin a tripwire to signal an alert when something approaches its burrow. Amazing Fact! They…