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Kid Nectar for Knowledge and News • DECEMBER 2017



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Making the World a Better Place, Dancing Salt Experiement, Fun Winter Puzzles, and more!

Phyllis G. Merlino, DDS

As we move into the holiday season, many of us start thinking about winter weather. This edition includes many great opportunities for winter fun. You can enter our Winter Scene contest, build your own snowman, test your puzzle skills with our wintry puzzles, make snowman cookies, and more!

always have the right equipment, stay hydrated by drinking water even if you don’t feel thirsty, play with friends or a parent, and play in the daylight so that you can always be seen through piles of snow that can block the vision of cars on the road.

Don’t forget that this time of year also has us thinking ahead to the New Year and changes that we’d like to make. Read about how to make the world a better place by doing positive things in Buzzworthy and learn about which right is right in Character Counts. Spend some time during the holiday break from school thinking about new things you’d like to try next year...maybe a new sport, food, activity...maybe you want to read more, study harder, help around the house. Whatever it is, these will be great goals for you in 2018.

Have a great start to the holiday and winter season and we look forward to a great 2018!

While we may have a snowy winter, always remember to be safe when playing outside. Dress warmly (and in layers) with hat gloves, boots, etc., use sunscreen (yes, it’s true that you can still get a sun or wind burn in winter), be careful when sledding to avoid streets and

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A Bit From Buzzer..................................... 2

Brain Buzz Solutions................................. 12

Superintendent letter................................. 3

Bee Published............................................ 12

Catholic Identity/Values Infusion............ 3

Honeycomb Corner................................... 12

Buzzworthy................................................ 5

Math Corner............................................... 13

Editorial: Heather Wawrzyniak Jennifer Downing Lindsay Wanko Laura Edwards Paige Sanchez Dr. Susan Miller Sara Collins Mary Lee

Write to the Point....................................... 6

Education At It’s Best............................... 13

Character Counts....................................... 6

A Winter Scene Contest............................. 15

The Wonders of Science........................... 7

Build A Snowman...................................... 16

Illustrator: Hannah Tuohy

Our Buzzing Kidz Buzz Artists................ 8

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Calendar..................................................... 9 It’s Your Birthday.....................................10 Brain Buzz.................................................. 11



A message from the Regional Superintendent Dear Parents and Students of Staten Island Catholic Schools,

today, He is the central figure of the human race.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I include here this month one of our favorite poems about our Lord, Jesus Christ. It causes us to reflect on the gift that God has given us - His only Son. This Christmas season, pause to remember those that make a difference in your lives and celebrate the birth of our Lord.

All the armies that ever marched, All the navies that ever sailed, All the parliaments that ever sat, And all the kings that ever reigned, have not affected the life of man on this earth as much as that One Solitary Life.

One Solitary Life He was born in an obscure village, the child of a peasant woman. He worked in a carpenter shop until He was thirty. He then became an itinerant preacher.

He never held an office. He never had a family or owned a house. He didn’t’ go to college. He had no credentials but himself. Twenty centuries have come and gone and

Blessings of the Season,

Zoilita Herrera, Regional Superintendent

Catholic Identity / Values Infusion By: Paige Sanchez, Associate Superintendent for Mission Effectiveness, Archdiocese of New York

Happy New Year! Celebrating Advent

On December 3, the Catholic Church celebrates the First Sunday of Advent which begins a liturgical season that lasts for four weeks. This time is given to us by the Church, so that we can spiritually prepare for the birth of Jesus, which we celebrate on December 25. In church, pay attention to the color the priest wears and the color of the cloth on the altar. What is it? It is purple, the color of penance and preparation. Advent is a time to ask God to forgive us for our sins as we prepare for the arrival of the baby Jesus. God enters the world as a baby on Christmas, because He wants to be loved by us!

Advent Wreath Almsgiving Creche Expectation Jesse Tree Las Posadas

Values Infusion Program: The Value for the Month of December is Compassion Compassion means to suffer together. How has compassion helped you to see Christ? “Moved with pity, Jesus touched their eyes. Immediately they received their sight, and followed them” (Matthew 20:34).

Try to find all the words associated with the celebration of Advent in this word search. Words can be found backwards and diagonally, too!


Longing Nativity Penance Preparation Saint Andrew Novena


Mastering mathematics. Counting blessings.

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by Laura Edwards

Make the World a Better Place


id you know that you can make the world a better place? In fact, you probably already do make the world a better place every day without realizing it! Whether you treat others the way that you want to be treated, or do random acts of kindness, your actions have an impact. It’s easy to doubt that one person can make a difference. However, when you take steps every day to improve yourself, your actions will inspire others to do the same. Three of the most important steps to take are to treat everyone with respect, do not judge especially because you do not know what other people are going through, and educate yourself so you are aware of faiths, traditions, or customs that are different than your own. By starting with these steps, we will be able to reach more people and make the world a better place every day! There are many ways that we can make a difference on our own. For example, we can hold the door for the person behind us or smile at people that we pass on the street. But, we can make a bigger impact with some help. The following are a few other things that we can do on our own, or with the help of our family.


Do positive things · Donate clothes, toys, and food to those in need · Listen without judging others · Be positive · Focus on the good · Adopt a pet · Don’t litter · Recycle · Take care of yourself · Don’t focus too much on mistakes · Give a person in need your seat while waiting for or traveling on a bus or train · Be considerate · Say thank you · Volunteer for a cause · Give a gift without expecting anything in return · Compliment someone · Read positive stories about hope and love · Give people your full attention · Be patient · Be grateful Continue to Make the World a Better Place.


By: Jennifer Downing, 5th Grade Teacher, Fountain Woods Elementary School, Burlington Township, N.J.

Tea Anyone?

“Awe, I can’t believe this!” “What’s wrong?” my best friend Abby said. “I have to write this essay about a time in US History. I decided to write about the Boston Tea Party, since it happened on December 16th. I just got done reading my Social Studies book about it. I know all of the facts, but now I’m stumped! My teacher said my writing should make the event come alive for my readers and I don’t even know where to begin!?!” “Sounds like you need to wake up those five senses and travel back in time and experience it”, Abby said with a mysterious look. “Sure, but how can we do that?” I said. “Sure, but how can we do that?” I said.

“Take a sip of this tea and just let your senses take over!” she answered. “OMG, it’s so dark in here, what is all that commotion I hear, where are we?” “Shhhhh, we are in the closet at the town meeting hall in Boston, it is December 16, 1773.” Abby whispered. “Who is that man speaking?” “That’s Samuel Adams, shhhh listen up, he’s yelling at the crowd!” Sam Adams: “My fellow Sons of Liberty, first it was the Stamp Act, then the Sugar Act. They nearly ruined us. We had no say in these taxes that the King of England has put on us!

Writing Prompt: Choose a Historical Event to recreate with sensory details. CCSS.ELA.Literacy.W.5.3D: Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.

I see men with faces red with anger. Sam Adams starts to talk again, “Now, he is passing another Tax, the Tea Act! The time has come, we must protest. This is taxation without representation!!!” The whole crowd is running out the door! We follow them. It is dark and very cold. I can see my breath in front of me. I hear the crowd shouting. I see the boats in the harbor, floating at the docks. I can hear the water slapping the sides of the ship. The crowd piles on the ship, brown containers are flying through the air and plunging into the sea. A man starts to shout, “Only the Tea, throw only the Tea overboard!” I look out and see hundreds of mini islands

of Tea floating away! Another man screams, “The Redcoats are coming!” I see men arrive in red uniforms and funny tri-pointed hats. They stare out into the sea of tea before

them. One says, “They are gone and the damage is done!” “Time for another sip of my tea,” Abby says as she pulls out her sports bottle. The warm sweetness touches my tongue and as I swallow I see my desk, my Social Studies book and my paper. “Yay, I love my room! We are back and my

paper is complete!” “Remember that writing is easy if you let your senses do the work!” Abby yelled.

Which Right Is Right? Knowing which right is right can be tricky. When choosing which right is right consider the following: 1. Will my actions hurt me? The word “right” has many meanings. It can mean what is good or acceptable (doing the right thing). It can also mean true or correct (the right answer). Finally, it can mean a legal entitlement, freedom (you have the right to vote when you are 18). As American citizens, we have many rights (freedoms). But how do you know which right (freedom) is the right (correct) or right (good) thing to do? When considering which right is right, it is important in a free country to understand that the many cultures that make up our nation have different beliefs or customs. A great example of this are the many holidays celebrated around this time of year in the United


States such as Diwali, Christmas, Hanukkah, Saturnalia, Kwanzaa, Yule or Lunar New Year. There is no ONE holiday that is right to celebrate. It is your right to celebrate the ones your family believes are right for your family based on your culture, religion, or values and beliefs. Standing up for what is right (good) is not easy because people may have different ideas or opinions about what is right. It is everyone’s right to have an opinion or differing beliefs. Therefore, standing up for what is right can be difficult at times because of these differences. A great example of what was right in history would be Rosa Park’s bravery to stand up (or sit down in this case) for civil rights.


2. Will my actions hurt others?

3. Will my actions make the world around me better? If your answers to these questions are no, no, and yes then go for it! Be an upstander. If your actions help you to stand up for what is right (good) without harming anyone, then you’ve made the right (correct) choice. You will be well on your way to learning which right is right!


Lindsay Wanko, Teacher of the Deaf, K-3, JFK Elementary School, Berlin Township, NJ

Sound in Motion: Salt Dance Experiment Sound SoundininMotion: Motion:Salt SaltDance DanceExperiment Experiment

Have you ever thought about how you can hear sound everywhere, but you can’t see it? Try this simple experiment and you might catch a glimpse of how sound is truly waves in motion! All you need are a few things found around the house. Background Information:

Sound is a type of energy that is caused by vibrations. When an object vibrates, it causes the air particles to move. These particles continuously bump into one another, causing a disturbance in the air. We call the movement of particles, sound waves. Sound waves can vibrate through solids, air, and water.

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• 1 glass bowl • Parchment paper • 1 large rubber band • Salt or colored sand • Food color (optional) • A portable bluetooth speaker • Phone with music or free tone app like Simple Tone Generator or Tone Generator Pro


** Optional - if you want your sand to stand out against the parchment paper, you can dye it with some food coloring. Just be sure it dries before trying the experiment. ** 1. Place your bluetooth speaker inside the glass bowl. 2. Cover the bowl with parchment paper and use the rubber band to secure it

around the bowl. 3. Spread the salt or colored sand over top of the parchment paper. 4. Turn on your music or tone app and connect it to your bluetooth speaker. Experiment with different notes or songs. 5.What happens to the salt as you play high- or low-pitched sounds? What does the salt look like when the tones or sounds happen? Do different songs make the salt move in different ways? Have fun dancing along with your salt!



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St. Rita 7th Grade students used their Halloween candy to create Animal and Plant Cells. See more online on our website.

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Grade 7 art students from St. John Villa Academy Elementary School studied Pointilism.

Great holiday drawings from Notre Dame Academy Elementary School students.


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3 Kinds of Cookies

Jasmine baked cookies for Aladdin for the holidays. Half the cookies she made were Snicker doodles, one Quarter were Chocolate Chip, and the remaining 20 were Sugar cookies. How many cookies did she bake in all?


Share with Friends Aladdin, and his friends each had 2 cookies. All together, they ate 16 cookies. How many friends helped Aladdin eat the cookies? How many cookies were left?





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3 Kinds of Cookies Answer: 80 Cookies Solution: ½ + ¼ = ¾, so the remaining 20 cookies were ¼ of the total. 20 × 4 = 80

Share with Friends Answer: 7 Friends and 64 cookies Solution: 16 ÷ 2 = 8 people total. Aladdin plus 7 friends = 8 people. Take the 80 total cookies from Question 1... 80 - 16 = 64

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1. Mix cream cheese and cookie crumbs until blended. 2. Shape into 48 (1-inch) balls; place in single layer in shallow pan. Freeze 10 min. 3. Dip balls in melted chocolate; place in shallow waxed paper-lined pan, allowing excess chocolate to pool at bottom of each ball. 4. Decorate with remaining ingredients to resemble snowmen. 5. Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve. Prep Time: 30 min. / Total Time 2hr. / Servings: 48

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Christmas – Percent of a number

By: Dr. Susan B. Miller, Director of Math Instruction, Archdiocese of New York As we approach the Christmas season, there are many ways that math becomes a critical part of our lives. While you may be making that special list for Santa, you may also be thinking of presents for your parents, siblings, and friends. No one ever has as much money to spend as they might like, so it’s best to shop when there are sales. You might see signs that say 25% off, 50% off, or even 75% off! Do you know there are some quick ways to figure out the new price? When an item is 10% off, that means that the item is discounted by 10%, and you pay the remaining 90%. We can easily figure out 10%, since that is one tenth of the amount. To find one tenth of the amount, we can divide by 10. Take a moment and think through these questions. What is 30 ÷ 10? What is 90 ÷ 10? What is 120 ÷ 10? You are probably seeing a pattern. When we divide by 10, we move the decimal over one place to the left. Therefore, 30 ÷ 10 = 3. 90 ÷ 10 = 9. 120 ÷ 10 is 12. Do you see how we can quickly divide by 10? What about 5% off? Well, we can find the 5% off, by finding 10% off, and dividing that in half. So, if 10% of 40 is 4, then 5% of 40 is half of that, or 2! Let’s try another. Can you fill in the missing blanks? If 10% of 60 is ____, then 5% of 60 is _____. In the same way, if we know 10% of the number, we can

find 20% or 30% pretty easily too! 20% is two sections of the 10%. So if 10% of 70 is 7, then 20% of 70 is 2 groups of 7, or 14. 30% of 70 is 3 groups of 7, which is 21. Let’s put this all together. Again, you can fill in the blanks. Imagine you want to buy a special sweater for your mom. The original price is $20, but the sign says it is 30% off. So, 10% of 20 is ____, therefore 30% is three groups of ____ which is _____. So, if the sweater is 30% off, that means the price is discounted by $6, and now only costs $14! Are you ready for a harder one? What if the jacket for your dad is originally $40, but it discounted 15%. Can you find 10%? Can you find 5%? Then you can find 15%! Let’s give it a try. The $40 is discounted 15% which is 10% + 5%. 10% of 40 is _____. 5% of 40 is _____ (hint – it’s going to be half of the 10% amount your just wrote!). So, therefore, 15% of 40 is the sum of those two amounts which is ______. If the jacket is originally $40 and it’s now $6 off, how much does the jacket cost? Now you are all set to shop the sales!! Most importantly, during this special season, don’t forget to COUNT your blessings, ADD love, and TAKE AWAY loneliness.

Education At Its Best By: Sara Collins, Blended Learning Coordinator, Archdiocese of New York

December is a month full of celebrations, family, and fun. But did you know that December 4th-10th is National Computer Science week? During this week, students from all over the world dedicate one hour to learning how to program computers through learning computer “code.” is a fantastic, free website that students like you can use to learn computer programming. These tutorials are inspired by the most popular movies of the day. You can learn to code with BB8, Moana, the characters from Minecraft, and so many more. There are coding tutorials for every grade level that are fun and easy to follow. So if you are curious about how computers run and what it takes to make them work, why not get on and try a tutorial or two.



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A Winter Scene

could win you a Gift Certificate to a favorite local place As we are all getting ready for cold and snowy days, there are so many things that make us think of winter. * Use the Bee Published form in the paper to submit your entry. Submissions should be received by the 15th of each month in order to be eligible to win.

Use the list below and draw an original winter scene using all of the items. Be creative, colorful and have fun! (Be sure to draw on unlined paper).

• Snowman • Snowflakes

• Hot Chocolate • Fireplace • Dog

• Games • Ice Skating Rink with skaters

• Sledding hill with kids

• Mittens • Scarf • Hat • Gloves • Shovel • Boots

Check out Buzzer’s picks this month... they are all about all about winter and other seasons. The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter’s Wonder By Mark Cassino, with Jon Nelson

Did you know that snow crystals need “specks” of dirt, ash, salt, or bacteria to start growing into snowflakes? Did you know six-sided snow crystals can be shaped like stars, plates, or columns? Did you know they’re rarely perfect? Or that a snowflake is actually made up of many different snow crystals? The great illustrations show, step by step, how water vapor sticks to the speck and grows into a hexagon-shaped ice crystal with six branches or arms.


Bartholomew and the Oobleck

And Then It’s Spring

King Derwin of the Kingdom of Didd grumbled at the sky. He growled at the spring’s rain, the summer’s sunshine, the autumn’s fog, and the winter’s snow. “Every year the same four things! I’m mighty tired of those old things! I want something NEW to come down!” The magicians promise the king a new substance to fall from the sky: OOBLECK... a sticky green mysterious substance. Find out what happens when the King’s wish comes true but the Oobleck gets bigger and bigger.

Readers will enjoy the anticipation of the next season as they read page by page. They see the brown of late winter/early spring slowly change to the full green of spring. Experience, as you read, the impatient time between late winter and spring, when you balance between your winter coat and gloves to your spring coat at the first sign of warm sun. As you wait for spring, pay attention to the changing sounds, smells, tastes and sights around

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Cut out the pieces to build your original snowman. Color and send in using the Bee Published form to have it published in our next edition.

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