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Little Sparkles

Little Sparkles

May 2021
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Little Sparkles innovative package of stories, puzzles, and activities is designed for 3- to 6-year-olds to enjoy on their own and with their parents, grandparents, and loved ones.

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Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bona Ventures
Frequency:
Monthly
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12 Issues

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1 min.
editor

Hello Little Champs, We hope you are safe and enjoyed the previous issue of Little Sparkles. Do you love honey? Do you know 25th May, is celebrated as World Bee Day? We celebrate this day to spread understanding of bees Por us. Read more about World Bee Day on Pg. no. 28. In Today’s issue, you will learn about Superhero habits, make a beautiful heartstring, about a Train Platform school, and much more. And yes, one last item on the menu. You can win a chance to become famous and win excitting prizes. Please send us a of you posing with any Little Sparkles activities such as drawing/painting/craft/food on hello@sparklebuds.com Hugs & love,…

1 min.
the farmer and the well

A farmer Looking for a source of water for his farm bought a well from his neighbour. The neighbour was cunning, though, and refused to Let the farmer take water from the well. On asking why, he replied, “I sold the well to you, not the water”, and walked away. The distraught Farmer didn’t know What to do. So he went to Supa, a clever man and one of the nine courtiers of the King, For a solution. The King called the farmer and his neighbour and asked why the man was not letting the farmer draw water from the well. the cunning man repeated the same thing, “I sold the well, not the water. So he cannot take my water”. To this, Supa replied, “All that sounds Fine to me. But if…

1 min.
heart string

Here’s what we will learn today. We call them Heart Strings, and you can use them for Valentine’s decor, a cute kids’ necklace, or even a scrapbook or card decoration. What you’ll need. * Heart-shaped (card papers) * Various papers :* Buttons * String or fancy thread * Glue * Extra accessories (optional) – I used rhinestones and Stickles glitter glue to dress. • Take the heart-Shaped cut-outs and decorate them with glitter glue, rhinestones, ink, etc. on any one side. • Lay out a piece of string and start designing your heart string, alternating hearts and buttons. You’ll need two of each heart and button so you can glue them together on either side of the string. • Allow drying Por a Pew minutes. That's it! it is such a fun project to do with little ones, although I did help…

1 min.
the other side of the wall

A young woman inherited a beautiful garden from her grandmother. She loved gardening too and was very proud of her garden. One day, she saw a lovely plant in a catalogue and wanted that for her garden. She ordered it and planted it at the base of the stonewall in her backyard. She took great care of the plant, which grew quickly and had beautiful green leaves on it. Months passed, but not a single Flower bloomed on the tree. Vexed, she almost wanted to cut the tree down. At such a time, her neighbour called and said, “Thank you so much for the beautiful flowers, you have no idea how much I enjoy looking at the blooms of the vine you have planted”. Hearing this, the young girl rushes to the neighbour’s side…

1 min.
electric eel

Electric eels are nocturnal, live in muddy, dark vaters, and have poor eyesight. So instead of using eyes, electric eels emit a weak electric signal, which they use like radar to navigate. Once prey is found, electric eels will use a much stronger shock to stun prey, usually smaller fish, Electric eels can grow up to 8 feet (2.5 meters) in length. Despite their appearance, electric eels aren’t actually eels at all! They are more closely related to carp and catfish. electric eels have special organs for generating electric current. Electric eels can produce two types of electric currents, low voltage and high voltage. Low voltage currents are used to sense the surroundings. High voltage currents are used to detect and stun the prey.…

1 min.
our need for water!

• SOMETIMES, TEARS FLOW FROM OUR EYES. • OUR MOUTH WATERS WHEN WE SEE AN ICE CREAM • OUR NOSE RUNS WHEN WE HAVE A COLD. • WHEN WE GET A CUT, IT BLEEDS. WHAT DOES THIS TELL US? TEARS, SALIVA, WATER RUNNING FROM THE NOSE AND BLOOD ARE WIESENT IN OUR BODY. THEY ARE SUBSTANCES THAT FLOW. THEY CONTAIN WATER. WHY DO WE FEEL THIRSTY? WHEN THERE IS A LACK OF WATER IN OUR BODY, WE GET THIRSTY. WE NEED WATER IF OUR BODY HAS TO FUNCTION PROPERLY. LIKE US, OTHER LIVING THINGS, TOO, NEED WATER. A NEW TERM: SALIVA: SALIVA IS A CLEAR LIQUID THAT’S MADE IN YOUR MOUTH 24 HOURS A DAY, EVERY DAY. SALIVA IS JUST A FANCY WORD FOR SPIT! WHY DO WE GO NEAR A WATERHOLE IN A JUNGLE TO SEE WILD ANIMALS? WILD ANIMALS ALSO…