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Spider Magazine Stories, Games, Activites and Puzzles for Children and Kids March 2019

Stories, poems, and nonfiction articles are carefully selected to encourage students to read on their own, drawn along by bright illustrations and detailed drawings by famous children's artists. SPIDER also offers fun ways for young readers to practice critical thinking skills with riddles, puzzles, and other games. Grades 2-4

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doodlebug & dandelion

“HOW MUCH LONGER do we have to do this?” Doodlebug Pinkley asked his cousin Rudyard, trying hard to not sound like he was complaining. “Yeah! What a mega-stinky, deadbeat job!” said Punky, Doodlebug and Rudyard’s often-obnoxious older cousin from a more twisted branch of the Pinkley tree. “OK, let’s stop,” Rudyard agreed. He was bored and tired too. That morning, Rudyard’s father, Uncle Beasley, had asked the three boys if they’d help organize the heaps of junk in his back garden shed. They’d agreed, hoping for cool finds. But all they’d unearthed was the Well-Wisher, a strange battery-operated contraption with a pointy, shovel-shaped end part for digging holes. Then, doing some final scrounging, Doodlebug spied something else in a shadowy corner. “Wow,” he exclaimed, “look at this!” There sat a squatting stone creature with giant…

the giant’s wife

ONE AFTERNOON, THE giant Finn McCoul burst into his hut howling like a banshee. “What’s the matter, my dear man?” asked his wife, Oonagh. Finn protected all of Ireland from wicked witches and frightening fairies, and she had never heard him give such a scream. “Oonagh! It’s that dreadful oversized Cuhullin,” said Finn. “He’s coming for a fight!” “You’re the strongest giant for miles around,” Oonagh said, patting his boulder-sized shoulder. “Not as strong as Cuhullin,” argued Finn. “That bully has more might than a thunderstorm. He’s thrashed every giant around except me.” “Does that mountain of muscle have a brain inside?” asked Oonagh. “Doesn’t need one,” replied Finn. “We’ll see,” Oonagh said with a determined gleam in her eye. Oonagh made two round soda bread loaves. Into one, she baked an iron pan. She left the other…

celtic charm

THE ANCIENT CELTS (pronounced either “kelts” or “selts”) of Northern and Western Europe made distinctive designs on tools, weapons, and jewelry. Create your own Celtic good-luck charm for your backpack. What You’ll Need: ❖ 3-by-3-inch square of cardboard ❖ pencil ❖ school glue ❖ 6-by-6-inch sheet of heavy-duty aluminum foil ❖ black tempera (poster) paint ❖ small paintbrush ❖ tissue ❖ hole puncher ❖ yarn or ribbon ❖ backpack What to Do: 1. Draw a design on the cardboard with your pencil. You can follow one of the Celtic designs here or make up your own. 2. Trace over your design with a thin line of glue and allow it to dry overnight. The glue should be raised and clear when dry. 3. Lay a sheet of aluminum foil over the cardboard; smooth to form the foil around the raised design. Carefully fold extra foil…