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Highlights High Five July 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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being brave

As a toddler, I would run to the deep end of a pool and want to jump in. As a preschooler, though, I hesitated to do that exact same thing. The difference between those two times? Fear. And it took a bit of bravery to get me to jump into a pool again. Young children are constantly having to be brave. They meet new people. They go down the really big slide. They leave the security of their parents to go to childcare. Bravery can mean trying something hard or doing something even when we don’t know the outcome. The story “Beverly Beats the Deep” (pages 20–23) shows one example of bravery. Beverly overcomes her fear in order to do something she knows deep down she can do. You might use…

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to the moon, together

“Vroom, vroom!” said Tex’s friend Niko, zooming a shiny red rocket ship as he ran. “Hey, put that down!” yelled Tex. “Whoa,” said Niko. “You don’t have to yell like that.” “I’m sorry,” said Tex. “But my grandparents just sent it to me. It can break really easily. You can play with this blue one instead.” “OK,” said Niko. Tex thought about what he’d said to Niko about his new toy. It made Tex’s stomach feel funny. Tex handed Niko the red rocket ship. “Here,” he said. “You can play with it.” “Thanks,” said Niko. “I’ll be extra careful with it.” That night, Tex called Gran and Poppy in Colorado. “Guess what,” said Tex. “Niko and I played astronauts with my red rocket ship. We took a trip to the moon!” “That sounds like so much fun,” said Poppy. “I’ve always wanted…

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beverly beats the deep

Beverly’s big sister is going to teach her how to swim. Will she go? NO! Beverly won’t get out of the car. She won’t put on her swimsuit. “Don’t you want to learn to swim?” asks her big sister. “NO!” says Beverly. The other kids are in the pool. They blow bubbles. They dog-paddle. They float. They motorboat. Beverly won’t even put in one toe. “Jump!” says her sister. “I’ll catch you.” Will Beverly jump? NO! “Wait!” Beverly orders. She goes back to the dressing room and comes out with . . . “Now I’m ready!” says Beverly. She jumps, and her sister catches her. Together, they blow bubbles. They float. They dog-paddle. They motorboat. And YES! She’s swimming!…

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i like camp

Lola Chick was excited to go to summer camp for the first time. “Welcome!” said the counselor. “We’re going to start with a song to introduce ourselves.” “Me gusta cantar,” said Lola Chick. “I like singing too,” said Leo, who was sitting next to Lola Chick. Me gusta cantar. meh GOOSE-tah kahn-TAHR I like to sing. Next, the campers went to the arts-and-crafts area. “Who likes to paint?” asked the counselor. “Me gusta pintar,” said Lola Chick. She found an easel and began painting. “I like to paint too,” said Ava, who started painting next to Lola Chick. Me gusta pintar. meh GOOSE-tah peen-TAHR I like to paint. “Look at that! It’s already time to make a snack,” said the counselor. “Me gusta comer,” said Lola Chick. A few of the campers made a fruit salad. Me gusta comer. meh GOOSE-tah koh-MEHR I like to eat. Grandma…